1000 N Oak Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449
Marshfield Clinic is a national leader in delivering high quality, cost-effective care. It provides patient care, research and education with 57 locations in Wisconsin. It is an integrated, nonprofit, private group medical practice with 765 physicians representing 86 medical specialties.The Clinic employs 7,355 support personnel, including 500 mid-level providers, such as dentists, optometrists, podiatrists, nurse practitioners,physician assistants and physical therapists.
611 St Joseph Avenue, Marshfield, WI 54449
Marshfield Clinic's flagship hospital cares for patients from throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan. Marshfield Medical Center offers primary, secondary, tertiary and Level II Trauma Center hospital services provided by Marshfield Clinic specialists. Hospital services include: Nearly 40 specialties including cancer, heart and orthopedics care, a 24-bed Children's Hospital, and access to a Level II Trauma Center.
2000 W 5th St, Marshfield, WI 54449
UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield is one of 13 locally-owned campuses, which, collectively, are the UW Colleges, the liberal arts transfer institution of the University of Wisconsin System. The UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield campus was built and is maintained by Wood County and the city of Marshfield. The University of Wisconsin provides the faculty and other support to make UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield a world-class university.
503 E Ives St, Marshfield, WI 54449
Your one stop shopping experience in Marshfield with over 25 local and brand stores. Stop in and pamper yourself at Bath and Body Works, enjoy a game of laser tag at Hub City Adventures or grab a new to you book to pass the time at Books 'n More. Whatever your looking for you can find it at one convenient location.
513 E 17 St, Marshfield, WI 54449
Marshfield Fairgrounds, home to the World's Largest Round Barn, is a 55+ acre complex. Facilities include one-quarter mile dirt track, two lighted softball fields, numerous fair exhibit buildings that are used year-round for many activities and are available for rental through the Fair office, and ample parking. Come join us this summer for the National Fur Takers Convention, the Central Wisconsin State Fair (NEW DATES), the Central Bull Riders Association - National Finals, or check out all 3!
608 W 17th St, Marshfield, WI 54449
The zoo covers over 60 acres and houses many different animals. Key exhibits include the Kodiak bears, cougars, fox, wolves, and lynx. Black-tailed prairie dogs spring out of the holes in their exhibit to peek at spectators while the great horned owls and bald eagles cautiously observe all of the activity. The zoo also features Sensory Gardens, which includes a wide variety of flowering and non-flowering plants designed to encourage the visitor to experience the senses.
M222 Sugarbush Ln, Marshfield, WI 54449
This hidden gem features the sculptures of local artists Clyde & Nancy Wynia. While Clyde enjoys paleontology and re-creates excavated creatures that inhabited the nearby marsh during the "iron" age, the "Hobbit House" features Nancy's hand blown glass jewelry. Come and hear the humorous tales of the creatures unearthed from the marsh while marveling at the art created by this talented couple.
212 W 3rd St, Marshfield, WI 54449-2706
The restored home of former Wisconsin governor William Henry Upham, this house represents mid-Victorian architecture at its finest. Constructed in 1880, the mansion is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It now serves as the center for the North Wood County Historical Society exhibits, activities, and local history research. The mansion is the site of the annual Pie and Ice Cream Social held during Marshfield's Dairyfest. The mansion is also open to a festive Christmas Event.
1000 N Oak Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449
Visit New Visions for a series of dynamic exhibitions displayed in a 1,600 square foot, secure, climate-controlled gallery. Exhibits change every 6 to 8 weeks. Each features a variety of art forms including national traveling exhibits, significant works on loan from private and public collections and quality regional art. New Visions also maintains and interprets a fine permanent collection of art. Contact their office for guided tours.
208 S Chestnut Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449
The Chestnut Center for the Arts is Marshfield's nonprofit community venue for the visual and performing arts, educational classes, workshops and special events. The arts center also houses individual artists' and musicians' studios. The center also provides opportunities to rent spaces for teaching, rehearsing, performing and the beautiful “Chapel on Chestnut” is available for wedding ceremonies. Be sure to check out Downtown Friday Nights for local live music!
10853 County Rd HH, Marshfield, WI 54449
In addition to an exciting weekly racing program, Marshfield Motor Speedway hosts a Fall Shootout in the middle of September each year. The two day event showcases numerous divisions taking to the high speed oval for a showcase of speed. For those fans who enjoy metal mangling mayhem, look no further than the Eve of Destruction programs, featuring crazy stunts and novelty racing events of every variety. Check them out online for this years schedule of events.