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Port Washington

New England Charm and Midwestern Friendliness

A combination of New England fishing village charm and midwestern friendliness, Port Washington welcomes you. Nestled among seven hills, Port Washington is 30 miles north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on the shore of Lake Michigan. Your initial view of the city will captivate you, as you come down the hill toward the lake. The downtown is lake level, and adjacent to the marina . Port Washington history surrounds you with the largest collection of pre-Civil War buildings in the state, which insures a place for Port Washington on the National Register of Historic Places. You can also visit our many specialty shops specializing in antiques and crafts and located in historic storefronts. Than try one of our great restaurants; the cuisine ranges from gourmet to sandwiches, but casual attire is welcome at all times. There is a also microbrewery in town that offers tours; its products are available at many of the local establishments.

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