Gov. Scott Walker
Press Release

Executive Residence 2017 Summer Public Tours Kick-Off June 1

The Wisconsin Executive Residence is located at 99 Cambridge Road on Madison’s northeast side in the Village of Maple Bluff.

By - May 1st, 2017 03:35 pm

Madison – Tours of the Wisconsin Executive Residence and Executive Residence gardens will kick off next month, starting June 1. Tours this summer will be held every Thursday from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. beginning Thursday, June 1 and running through the end of August.

Walker and I are excited to open Wisconsin’s Executive Residence for another season of public tours,” First Lady Tonette Walker said. “We greatly enjoy sharing the beauty of the house and gardens with visitors and hope the citizens of our great state have the chance to visit this summer.”

Tours are free of charge and cameras are allowed. Parties of 20 or more are asked to make a reservation by calling (608) 246-5501. Parking is available directly outside the residence gates. The Wisconsin Executive Residence is handicapped accessible and handicapped parking is available upon request at the time of arrival.

The Wisconsin Executive Residence is located at 99 Cambridge Road on Madison’s northeast side in the Village of Maple Bluff. To learn more about the Wisconsin Executive Residence, click here.

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