ALMA Wisconsin
19th Century River Town | National Historic District

View From Buena Vista City Park & Overlook in Alma, Wisconsin
  CHAMBER VISITOR CENTER at WINGS OVER ALMA
110 N Main Street, Alma, Wisconsin 
608-685-3303 | info@almawisconsin.com 

SPRING
in Alma Wisconsin!
Bald Eagles On The River, Migrating Birds, Lilacs Blooming In Alma's Local Gardens make Alma, Wisconsin a beautiful place to visit in the spring.  Alma has to come to life following winter and ready for lots of 2018 visitors.  

Events include Spring Fling, 100 Mile Garage Sale, World Migratory Bird Day, Memorial Day Parade, June Bloom Wine & Food Festival, Fire In The Shire Renaissance Festival and more!  

All of this makes ALMA, Wisconsin the getaway destination of Buffalo County.
VISIT Alma's Tourism Website at "ExploreAlma.com" For More Information
EVENTS IN TOWN

TODAY     
NIGHT VISIONS | Art Exhibit
Now Through August 10th
Sponsor & Location:  Wings Over Alma Nature & Art Center

CHURCH SERVICES At Historic Tell Church
Every Sunday In June
Location:  WI State Hwy 37, 4 miles out of Alma WI

FIRE IN THE SHIRE RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL
June 9th, Events All Day
Sponsor:  Castlerock Arms & Armor Museum

33rd ANNUAL DAIRY BREAKFAST
June 16th at the Farm of Max & Steve Weiss
Diversified Farms, S988 French Valley Road in Alma WI

ALMA SWISS HERITAGE DAYS
July 27th & 28th

100 MILE GARAGE SALE
May 4th-7th
LIVE MUSIC IN ALMA
April 29th, 7:30pm
Guitarist: Hiroya Tsukamoto
Location:  Big River Theatre
GERMAN DINNER FUNDRAISER
October 14th, 11am to 7pm
Location:  Alma American Legion Hall
Sponsor:  Alma Lions Club
GERMAN DINNER FUNDRAISER
October 14th, 11am to 7pm
Location:  Alma American Legion Hall
Sponsor:  Alma Lions Club
JUNE BLOOM WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL
June 2nd, Danzinger Vineyard & Seven Hawks Vineyards
CHURCH SERVICES at Historic Tell Church
Every Sunday in June
Location:  WI State Hwy 37, 4 miles out of Alma WI

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 ALMA'S REVIEWS ON TRIP ADVISOR
ALMA is well known as a Wisconsin birding hot spot.
Spring brings the annual bird migration up the Mississippi Flyway.
Alma is celebrating Great River Birding Month throughout May.
  
Bald Eagles, Tundra Swans, White Egrets, Great Blue Herons & 
American White Pelicans are abundant during spring and fall migration.
Rieck's Lake offers opportunities to view migrating birds and waterfowl.
The Mississippi River and backwaters provide lots of viewing opportunities.

TRAVELING WISCONSIN'S GREAT RIVER ROAD

Alma, Wisconsin is located on Wisconsin State Highway 35, better known as the Wisconsin Great River Road and Wisconsin's only National Scenic Byway. September is "Drive The Great River Road Month"!


Celebrating 80 years of traveling the road!  Whether you are cruising the Great River Road in your favorite car or motorcycle ... or just taking time to travel the Road and checking out the scenery, small historic river towns and views ... we want you to enjoy the ride and explore Alma!
BUFFALO COUNTY Travel Guide With Map
Alma Earns "Bird City Wisconsin" Designation 
The Alma Area Chamber of Commerce working with the City of Alma applied for and received designation in 2017 as a Bird City and we are the 103rd city in Wisconsin to receive this designation since the inception of Bird City Wisconsin in 2010. 

Bird City especially commended the City of Alma for its numerous areas of wildlife habitat and the truly impressive number of activities in our community that focus on birds, conservation & education. 

Actions like these benefit wildlife and help build a connection to nature that will show current and future decision makers just how important it is to protect the natural world.
Discover Wisconsin's 
"Water Trails Of The Driftless" Features Buffalo County 
ALMA, Wisconsin is located directly on the Mississippi River 
and the Upper Mississippi River National Fish & Wildlife Refuge.  
This episode of Discover Wisconsin shows a fleet of kayaks maneuvering 
through Lock #4 in Alma as part of the "Great River Rumble" in 2016.  
IN THE NEWS
MAP OF THE SHIRE (Alma, Wisconsin)
Fire In The Shire Renaissance Festival, June 9th
33rd ANNUAL DAIRY BREAKFAST
June 16th at Diversified Farms
BEST OF THE MIDWEST TRAVEL
For the 5th year, Alma Wisconsin was included in Midwest Living's
 "Best Of The Midwest Travel" as part of their feature on the
Wisconsin Great River Road.  Several local businesses were highlighted.
 FUN IN ALMA!

Enjoy The Views 

From Buena Vista 

Hike on Buena Vista Trail

 from Main Street to the

top of Alma Bluff &

Buena Vista Overlook.

Glass Of Wine With A View

From the outside patio or the pavilion at Danzinger Vineyard you can enjoy a glass of award winning wine and the view of the Upper Mississippi River Valley. 2013 Wisconsin "winery of the year".   True "local" wine ... growing their own grapes ... making their own wine!


Explore Quaint Shops & Galleries

For that one-of-a-kind gift or treasure

explore Alma's Main Street.  Art, antiques,

collectibles and items produced by

local & regional artisans with 20+ 

shops located on Main Street.




Welcome To The Mississippi Flyway!

Take your camera everywhere, you never know when you'll come across a special bird or waterfowl.  The Mississippi Flyway is awesome and you'll find excellent birdwatching throughout Buffalo County.

See Medieval Arms & Armor
Many are surprised that Alma has a museum with a world-class collection of authentic arms & armor.  Castlerock Museum is open afternoons, Friday-Sunday.




Watch Bald Eagles

View Bald Eagles all year in Alma ...

along the Mississippi River,

in the trees, flying overhead &

above the towering bluffs

of Buffalo County.


Paddle The Mississippi Backwaters

We've documented several easy to moderate paddle trails in the Alma area, enjoy!


Fishing Is A Passion

Alma is situated on the Mississippi River and the backwaters are prime for fishing.


The Great Alma Fishing Float is a favorite of locals and visitors throughout the open water season.