Experience it all in Wabasha-Kellogg!
Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, the National Eagle Center offers live eagle programs daily, interactive exhibits and wild eagle viewing. Open year round. Check out our website for special events!
Named “One of the Top 10 Best Toy Stores in the World!” by USA Today. Featuring original pull toys, hand-carved carousel, mini-golf, puzzles, games, toys, cafe, bookstore, llamas, toy museum, fudge and much more!
Satisfy your sweet tooth! See the 70-foot-long “Origins of Chocolate” wall mural! Old fashioned candies and chocolates, ice cream and beverages.
Stroll down the historic Wabasha downtown district and see a little piece of Minnesota history for yourself. Walk past the Historic Anderson Hotel and stroll by the beautiful red brick buildings that add a unique atmosphere to our river town.
The family fun spot along the river. Serving everything from old favorites like the Slippery Burger to steak and shrimp. They offer riverside dining at its finest.
Free musical concerts every Friday in the summer at 7pm. in Heritage Park, Main Street, Wabasha. Seasonal art gallery and film screenings are shown at the Wabasha Public Library 168 Allegheny Ave.
Homecooked meals, specializing in homemade soups and pies. Friday night all you can eat fish and shrimp fry. Prime rib Saturday night, with all you can eat shrimp. Breakfast served all day.
Visit our unique boutiques: Anderson House Boutique, Barton’s Brickhouse Boutique, Grandpa’s Barn, 5th Grant Boutique and Stonegate Art Studio and Gallery. May 1st – 26th AND Sept. 6th – Oct. 26th, with over 150 vendors! Find handcrafted items for your home, garden, & gifts.
Skillet omelets and cinnamon french toast. Breakfast anytime. Soup, salads, burgers and sandwiches. View our menu on Facebook! Hours: 7am – 2pm. Closed Tuesdays Year Round & Mondays during the Winter.
Offering daily guided tours, rentals, and kayak lessons, stand up paddleboard, fat bike, and road bike tours in the scenic waters of the Mississippi River’s tributaries, blufflands, and old growth floodplain forests.