This unique Colonial Revival home is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1901 by Charles Ringling, one of the founders of the Ringling Brothers Circus, and was constructed with some of the finest materials and modern conveniences available. It has remained in the Ringling family for over 100 years, until now. You can be one of the first to experience the grandeur of this phenomenal home!
We are located within walking distance to downtown Baraboo businesses and events.
When booking through our website, you get a 10% discount. Use code USEUS15 when checking out! Additionally, when booking multiple nights, you will get an additional 10% discount.
Every sixth night of your stay is free!
Many things are included with your stay: Off-street parking, Wi-Fi, home cooked breakfast, snacks, beverages, and use of common areas.
Learn about this history of the Ringling’s in Baraboo with pictures displayed throughout the house.
Our B&B has adjoining rooms in most of our suites, if you wish to stay with family or friends.
Baraboo has been ranked as a favorite among Midwest Living readers small town getaways and one of the top five small towns to visit in the US by Smithsonian Magazine in 2013, based on its abundance of natural beauty, cultural and historical offerings, museums and activities.
Devils Lake State Park, a mere 3.5 miles from Baraboo, has been ranked in the top 10 state parks in the nation by readers of USA today and 10 Best. It is a great place to explore and reconnect with nature and your loved ones.
Your innkeepers will be happy to help you find the best local restaurants, activities, drives, events, deals, and places to relax in the area! Please ask us!
Bob Carls is a full-time studio artist creating functional and decorative lathe-turned wood vessels. In his work, he uses traditional and contemporary woodworking processes, both on and off the lathe. He brings to his work a lifetime of study in art forms that range from improvisational music to the visual arts, especially photography, sculpture and film. Turned woods vessels by Bob Carls can be found in the permanent collection of the Minnesota State Historical Society, St. Paul, MN; corporate and private collections worldwide.
Amy Sharpe calls herself a weaver who writes, or a writer who weaves, depending on her current project. She also works in fiber, paper and mixed media, does photography and loves to cook for friends. A former newspaper editor, for 16 years she published “Homespun,” a magazine “celebrating the art of creative living.” She leads workshops including “Writing Inspired by Art,” nature printing and journaling. She dreams in color.
River Arts Inc. is a nonprofit organization that includes a Performing Arts Center and Exhibit Gallery located adjacent to Prairie du Sac’s middle and high school and the River Arts on Water Gallery located on the river front in downtown Prairie du Sac. For going on fifteen years, River Arts, Inc. has hosted performances, visual arts exhibits, community and school plays, as well as countless school district and community events. River Arts on Water is a beautiful gallery space on the banks of the Wisconsin River where people can explore, celebrate and advance the arts and cultural forms that express the inextricable bond between humans and the landscape in which they dwell. Devoted to the cultural and ecological vitality of the community, it is a retail gallery, concert, workshop and gathering place. The community plays an integral in continued support for the organization. River Arts provides a vibrant arts and cultural center for the larger Prairie du Sac community.
The mission of the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and educate the public about quilts; honor quiltmaking traditions; and embrace the evolution of the art and craft of quilting.