Do you know what Wisconsin’s No. 1 fruit crop is? The cranberry, of course.
The Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center is your ultimate guide to cranberries and a must-see destination in the Midwest.
The Museum features information all about the cranberry industry and history of Wisconsin cranberries.
Our one-of-a-kind center is located at the historic Union Cranberry Warehouse in Downtown Warrens.
Make sure to stop by on your journey through Wisconsin or make a day trip to the museum. We hope to see you soon!
Learn more about the history of the Wisconsin Cranberry industry
Quote of the day, by a young man whose Grandma treated him to a double scoop dish of ice cream at the Discovery Center:
"This is the best day, EVER!" 😊
Tell me more about the cranberry
The cranberry is a little, red, tart fruit with a big punch, and Wisconsin produces more of this power-packed berry than any other state in the U.S.
In fact, Wisconsin cranberry growers annually harvest enough cranberries to supply every man, woman and child in the world with approximately 26 cranberries. In 2004, the cranberry became Wisconsin’s official state fruit.
Explore the world of cranberries by visiting the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center at many times throughout the year, including at the height of the cranberry harvest from as early as late September into November.