Wisconsin’s ‘Ringling House’ Is the Perfect Place to Stay and Clown Around
I'm sure by now you know that Baraboo, Wisconsin is often referred to as 'Circus City' thanks to the fact that the Ringling Brothers Circus started there, but did you know you can actually stay at one of the Ringling Brother's houses when you go there? Yeah, me neither.
Welcome to the Ringling House Bed & Breakfast in Baraboo, Wisconsin
According to onlyinyourstate.com;
The house was built in 1901 as the home of Charles Ringling, one of the circus barons. It covers an acre and includes a carriage house, the Conway Cottage, and a small barn.
The Ringling House is not only an eye-popping yellow, but it even has a large elephant statue on the front lawn...
Now let's get to the 'clowning around' part of your stay at the Ringling House Bed & Breakfast. The estate has 6 different guest rooms, (each dedicated to different Ringling family members and performers) to choose from, and all of them have a private bathroom. The Ringling House is filled with beautiful antiques and grandeur, plus you will learn some amazing stuff about circus life while staying there.
The Ringling House is on the National Register of Historic Places and located within a short distance of all the beauty, shopping, adventure, and eating Baraboo has to offer.
The fall season is a hot time for guests at the Ringling House Bed & Breakfast, so if you're thinking a Big Top getaway is just what the doctor ordered, you better book your spot now!