Historical Landmark: Waukesha Spring

Photographed March 2, 2015
Erected by Waukesha Jaycees, Fox Head Brewing Co. and
Weber Waukesha Brewing Co.
Waukesha, Waukesha County, Wisconsin
43.009734,-88.22287
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Historical Landmark
WAUKESHA
SPRING
 Recognized
by the Indians for its
health benefits
* * * * * *
Famous internationally
since 1868
re-activated
June 14, 1953
by
Waukesha Jaycees
Co-sponsors
Fox Head Brewing Co.
Weber Waukesha Brewing Co.


The Waukesha Spring (aka Silurian Spring) marker is located at Waukesha Spring Park at the end of Post Office Circle, north of its intersection with East Broadway Street, Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186.

NOTE: Post Office Circle deadends at the entrance to Waukesha Spring Park. There is plenty of parking behind the post office (see photos below) to access the park and the marker.


Wisconsin Stories: The Power of Water

See also, Silurian Spring, also at this location.

The marker is imbedded into the wall of the building.

The Silurian Spring marker is visible to the left.

 Screenshot of vintage portcard provided by CardCow.com.









It's a short walk from the parking lot to the spring.


There is plenty of parking behind the post office building.

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