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The Weather in La Crosse
Find the La Crosse climate diagram. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 86°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 10° in January. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is July.
Discover the Mississippi with a vacation home in La Crosse, Wisconsin
The Mighty Mississippi is the backdrop for family getaways in La Crosse vacation rentals. Enjoy exciting bike trails, walking tours, museums and more as you explore this wonderful Midwestern town.
Best places to dine in La Crosse
For fine dining in La Crosse, visitors can't beat the Waterfront Restaurant and Tavern. This welcoming American steakhouse and seafood establishment also offers outdoor dining from spring through autumn, with its unique roofing system. You can enjoy your meal there, rain or shine, while overlooking the river below.
For local cuisine, try Piggy's. This casual restaurant offers great smoked meats and locally-produced beer, and sits across the street from the river. Uptown Cafe and Bakery on Caledonia Street, meanwhile, is the perfect place to grab a morning pastry and a coffee. The coffee is well-known in the area, and those who are looking for heartier fare than a bagel will find an array of offerings on the breakfast menu that are sure to please.
Museums, culture and art in La Crosse
The young and old alike can create, imagine, and explore at the Children's Museum of La Crosse. This hands-on place for fun and discovery is located on Fifth Avenue in the city.
On another day, explore the history of the Mississippi and its importance in the area at the Riverside Museum. Exhibits, a video, and artifacts from "The War Eagle" will fascinate and delight the entire family.
The Commercial Historic District of downtown La Crosse offers interpretive walking tours of this historic city. Six blocks of buildings cover the different phases of building styles from the 1860s to the 1940s. Contact Downtown Main Street for a map of your own.
Excursions in and around La Crosse
Head to Grandad Bluff for a panoramic view of the Mississippi River and the three states at this junction: Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa. The 570 feet summit sits at the east end of Main Street and offers picnic areas, a shelter house, and coin-operated binoculars, so you can really take in your surroundings.
Take a Mississippi Explorer Cruise on the famous river itself for history and nature. You can take in the sites and even have lunch, dinner, or cocktails aboard a charming steam-powered paddlewheeler. The Julia Belle Swain allows you to float back in time as you enjoy an enchanting cruise.
For something a little more active, encounter scenic flora and fauna by biking along the Great River or on La Crosse River bike trails. There's no better way to get your blood pumping as you take in the stunning natural surroundings.
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