A group of historical societies, museums and attractions.
The Washington County Park System includes more than 1,200 acres of breathtaking views, wooded trails and serene lakes and ponds. Spring, summer and fall activities include hiking, picnicking, boating, swimming, canoeing, fishing, basketball and sand volleyball. Winter is bustling with activities such as ice fishing, sledding, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. Use soccer fields, dog parks,…
Almost 30 years in business with quality dealers offering an exciting mix of antiques & collectibles in a clean, well displayed setting. An eclectic mix of country primitives, formal, shabby chic, retro & repurposed. You’ll find pottery, glass, jewelry, clothing, holiday, fishing & sports items, toys and all sorts of oddities. Open 7 days a…
Maintained by the Germantown Historical Society, the six way crossroads settlement park includes 3 museums plus pre-Civil War buildings of the original hamlet. The Wolf Haus, the 1862 Christ Church, the Bast Bell Museum, Fire Hall, and a genealogy research library. Organizers of the annual Oktoberfest held the last weekend of September.
Preserving & celebrating German Heritage. Organizers of Maifest, held in May. A traditional German festival celebrating the arrival of spring. Polka bands, ethnic dancers, including the traditional Mai Pole celebration, and authentic German food. Live music both Friday and Saturday night.
Award winning Super 8 Motel, conveniently located off Hwy 41/45, Exit #52 County Line Road. Indoor pool, whirlpool, all rooms have microwaves & refrigerators, in room coffee makers, iron & ironing board, SuperStart Breakfast, and walking distance to restaurants and shops.
The Germantown Chamber provides many diverse opportunities to exchange ideas, make business contacts and promote your business while showcasing historic Germantown as a destination for the highest quality products and services.