Wisconsin Wagon Company
507 Laurel Ave.
Janesville, WI 53548
Contact: Karen Ferguson
Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday by appointment, Saturday and Sunday closed.
Closed to tours from Nov. 1 – Jan. 15
Established in 1978
Relive your childhood memories through the smell of fresh cut wood and the feel of a wooden toy in your hand. Only in Janesville can you tour the manufacturer of handcrafted JANESVILLE Coaster Wagons and other solid wooden toys patterned after historic products of the first half century.
Season: Mid January - December. Closed to tours from Nov. 1 – Jan. 15
You can spend 1 hour on average at this attraction, but it can be done in 30 minutes if the group is small.
A selection of the most popular products is available. Other products made on order.
Checks, Cash, Mastercard, Visa and Discover are accepted.
There are no refreshments available.
Restrooms are available for emergency use. One is on the first floor and a second one is up a flight of stairs.
Tours are free for individuals or families - Preferable times are 10am Mon. or Tues.
There are four steps on the tour, but they can be avoided.
Seating is available if needed during the tour.
Group reservations should be made through the Janesville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau at 800-48-PARKS or 608-757-3171.
Group tours available: Mondays, Tuesdays morning or afternoon and Thursdays morning only. Call to make reservations
Cost for groups is $3 per person excluding the guide and bus driver.
Parking is available and will accommodate motorcoaches.
Please note: Wisconsin Wagon can be difficult to find. If traveling on Interstate 90 take Exit 171A and head into town on Milton Ave./Hwy. 26 for a little over 3 miles. Then turn right at light onto Centerway. Go over Rock River. Turn right onto Academy. This is the 5th street past the river. Laurel Avenue is the first left and WI Wagon is the large old building at the corner of Academy and Laurel. WI Wagon is in a large brick building built using several brick colors giving it an off appearance. There is a big red wagon sign on the side of the building.