This historic home was built for Judge Marvin Rosenberry in 1908, where he lived until 1916. The home features beautiful stained glass windows, wide halls, a carved oak stairway that leads to the second floor, and a sweeping front porch overlooking Franklin Street.
Our neighborhood offers long blocks of spacious old yards and a memorable mix of historic homes, all part of the Andrew Warren Historic District. We suggest a leisurely walk up Franklin Hill to view some of Wausau's many beautiful, historic homes. The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum is located atop the Franklin Street hill. The museum's respected wildlife art collections and ever changing gallery shows have established it as a premiere regional art center. The Marathon County Historical Museum is also located nearby in a lovely Classical Revival house from 1900.
The Rosenberry Inn is located within walking distance of the River District shops. At the south end of the street stands Washington Square, the old Winkelman's Department Store, renovated with style and full of wonderful shops. A few steps away is Wausau Center, the finest shopping mall in Central Wisconsin.
Close by, are the YMCA and YWCA, who offer membership exchange priveleges. Perhaps you can attend a live performance at the magnificently restored Grand Theater.
Wausau is surrounded by hills and spectacular views of old farms and ginseng fields. Hike Rib Mountain State Park in the Summer or ski Granite Peak in the Winter. Cross country skiing is a must at Nine Mile Recreation Area.
Many Wausau residents reserve the entire Rosenberry Inn for weddings and reunions. Gift certificates are also available for any denomination.
All year long, Wausau holds exciting events. From the Badger State Games in February to Artrageous Weekend in September.
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