Middleton is a community filled with fun and fascinating attractions. Tour a world-class brewery. Take a step back in time at the historical museum. Explore a pristine nature preserve. No matter what your interest, you’ll find something to enjoy in Middleton.
7734 Terrace Avenue
A working regional micro-brewery specializing in German lagers, with Gift Haus. Tours Friday at 3:30pm and Saturday at 1:30 and 3:30pm. Seasonal entertainment in the outdoor Bier Garten, including live music and movies.
Death’s Door Spirits
2220 Eagle Drive
High quality gin, vodka and whisky made from Wisconsin-farmed products.
Greenway Station Farmers’ Market
Greenway Station—TGI Friday's parking lot
Shop for locally grown produce and freshly made products. Every Thursday 8am-1pm, May-October.
Middleton Farmers’ Market
Terrace Avenue parking lot
Discover what’s in season! Every Tuesday 3-6:30pm, May-October (generally).
Middleton Historical Museum
7410 Hubbard Avenue
The building is a historical landmark built in 1867. The museum contains information, collections and artifacts donated by early settlers. Open from 1pm to 4pm Tuesdays and Saturdays from mid-April through mid-October or by appointment for group tours.
Middleton Train Depot & Museum
1811 Parmenter Street
Built in 1856, this depot was an active passenger station until 1960 and a freight depot until 1975. Today, it is listed on the National Registry and serves as a visitor welcome center and home of the Middleton Tourism Commission.
National Mustard Museum, The
7477 Hubbard Avenue
Featuring more than 5,000 jars, bottles and tubes from 50 states and more than 60 countries, the National Mustard Museum is the world’s mustard mecca. The best place on earth to taste, see and discover the fascinating world of mustard.
Orchids Garden Centre & Nursery
4823 Highway Q
Waunakee, WI 53590
Specializing in blooming orchid plants. We complete your orchid purchase or gift education to grow it. Also featuring annuals and perennials.
Performing Arts Center
2100 Bristol Street
The beautiful new Performing Arts Center at Middleton High School is a work of art fit for many types of cultural performances, presentations or meetings. A distinctive glass exterior designed by James Moravec of Potter Lawson gives way to a stunning interior featuring wood paneling and brick.
Pheasant Branch Conservancy
P.O. Box 628242
The 550-acre conservancy protects Pheasant Branch Creek, which supplies Lake Mendota with 1,800 gallons of crystal-clear water every minute. Visitors will find nature trails running throughout this oasis of pristine woods and wetlands.
6517 Elmwood Avenue
Built between 1853 and 1855.
Not open to the public.