Galesville Area

 

Chamber of Commerce

GALESVILLE, WISCONSIN

  Galesville is located about 20 miles north of La Crosse, Wisconsin, in the Coulee Region of the Mississippi Valley. The city sits among rolling hills, towering cliffs, forests and spring-fed streams. We are home to Apple Affair, Lake Marinuka, A. A. Arnold House (Eastside Farm), Old Main Historical & Community Arts Center and the Swinging Suspension Bridge to High Cliff Park. In 2008, Galesville was awarded the prestigious Scenic Beauty Award from Citizens for a Scenic Wisconsin.

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Thanks for visiting us.

What's Up & Coming

  • Farmers Market
    Saturday On the Square
    8am-noon June-September

  • Friendly Rabbit Club Show
    14th Annual Event
    Trempealeau County Fairgrounds,
    19780 Park Dr, Galesville
    Sat., June 25
    & Sun., June 26th

    Judging begins at 9am

  • Founders History Day
              Event Details
    Saturday, June 25th 10am-4:30pm

  • G-E First Responders, Inc.
              Chicken-Q
    Galesville Fire Dept on Mill Rd
    Sunday, June 26th 11am-3pm

  • Summer Tours at Arnold House
    19408 Silver Creek Rd, Galesville
           Sundays 11am-4pm


  • Gale Star Summer
    Concert Series at Old Main
      
    Old Main Historical & Community Arts
    Center, 20869 S. College Ave., Galesville

  • Monthly Chamber Meeting
       Wednesday, July 13th 7:30am:
    Galesville Public Library Community Room

 

 

 

 

Our Nationally Acclaimed
10 foot Apple Pie is featured
on The Food Network's
"Outrageous Thanksgiving"

 

 

 

Judge George Gale founded Galesville in 1854. He also established Galesville University, later known as Gale College.

 Galesville has three historic districts and several of our stately homes appear on the National Register of Historic Places.

Click here to view our 19-page brochure touring historic Galesville.

The centerpiece of our downtown square is the bandstand built in 1912.  You are welcome to go up into the bandstand and let your imagination take you to the era of "The Music Man."  It continues to be used for city celebrations, special performances and Farmers Market on summer Saturdays.

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