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W188 N11020 Maple Road
Germantown,  Wisconsin  53022  US
LAT: 43.217757 LONG: -88.14137
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (262) 251-7700 Fax: +1 (262) 251-7919


Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Germantown, WI

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Explore Regional Attractions from Our Germantown Hotel

The Country Inn & Suites, Germantown puts you a short drive away from the Milwaukee area’s most exciting things to do. Our hotel’s location off highways 41/45 and 167 makes it easy to access the Dheinsville Settlement and the Bast Bell Museum. Downtown Milwaukee, full of exciting music, museums and restaurants, is located a 30-minute drive southeast from Germantown. Be sure to include the nearby Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion, the Holy Hill National Shrine and the Museum of Wisconsin Art on your itinerary as well.

The following attractions make Milwaukee intriguing:

  • Bast Bell Museum (3.1 miles)
    More than 5,000 bells from around the world are on display in this museum, housed in a restored 1870s barn. Don’t miss the 1,063-pound bell in a tower constructed from an old silo.
    Phone: +1 (262) 628-3170
  • Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion (21.4 miles)
    Tourists gawk at the neo-Rococo styles and elegant furnishings of this mansion, which once belonged to beer baron and sea captain Frederick Pabst.
    Phone: +1 (414) 931-0808
  • Cedarburg General Store Museum (18 miles)
    This old timey general store museum includes vintage grocery and apothecary items. You’ll experience the charm of yesteryear in the 1860s-era building.
    Phone: +1 (262) 377-5856
  • Dheinsville Settlement (2.4 miles)
    You might think you’ve found a door to the past when you roam through all 22 original, historic structures, built by the German immigrants that founded this hamlet.
    Phone: +1 (262) 628-3170
  • Downtown Milwaukee (23 miles)
    With an abundance of restaurants, the nation’s largest natural history museum and four professional sports leagues, Milwaukee is an ideal vacation destination.
    Phone: +1 (414) 220-4700
  • Erin Hills Golf Course (15 miles)
    After hosting the 2011 U.S. Amateur Championship, Erin Hills will soon accommodate the world's greatest players for the 2017 U.S. Open. Erin Hills was sculpted in part by man and by glaciers, and it offers stunning views of the countryside, beautiful fairways and a challenge for golfers of all skill sets.
    Phone: +1 (866) 772-4769
  • Holy Hill National Shrine (12 miles)
    This architecturally stunning facility was constructed on an ancient site held sacred for hundreds of years. Climb the stairs for a breathtaking view from the tower.
    Phone: +1 (262) 628-1838
  • The Museum of Wisconsin Art (16 miles)
    Intriguing for even the smallest guests, this museum features a stunning collection of the works of Wisconsin-based artists like Carl von Marr.  
    Phone: +1 (262) 334-9638
  • Wisconsin Automotive Museum (17.3 miles)
    Fans of classic and unique cars can see an ever-changing collection of vintage vehicles and artifacts, including a 1913 steam locomotive, at the state’s largest car museum.
    Phone: +1 (262) 673-7999