Spring Green’s many charms keep visitors coming back. Chelsey Lewis, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Spring Green

While Taliesin and the American Players Theatre rest in the winter, Spring Green’s downtown continues to shine.

The bright and welcoming Arcadia Books is a bibliophile’s dream, with recommendations from staff members throughout and a cozy cafe to enjoy your new purchases in.

The town is a haven for artists, including Milwaukee native and Chicago transplant Ashley Pfannenstiel, who creates beautiful mugs, bowls, plates and more at Wilson Creek Pottery outside of town.

The Opal Man is well, the man when it comes to opal. It claims to be the only store in North America dedicated to selling the beautiful stone, most of which owner Dennis Dahl gets from Australia, which provides 90% of the world’s opal.

Panacea sells jewelry, clothing, body products and home decor out of a bright yellow building on Jefferson St. Around the corner, the No Rules Gallery features the works of 70 local and regional artists, while the attached Bird of Paradise Tea serves up a wide selection of teas, tea accessories, baked goods and beverages.

Stop at the Spring Green General Store for a sandwich and soup before browsing the offerings in the attached retail space, everything from clothing and jewelry to groceries and toys.

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