America’s Most Artistic Towns – Expedia

With strong theater roots, Spring Green maintains its passion for plays at the exceptional American Players Theatre. Founded in 1977, and with a brand-new stage in 2017, the company is constantly creating fresh takes on favorites… Read More

7 of Wisconsin’s Most Romantic Towns – Discover Wisconsin

The renowned American Players Theatre, located on 110 rolling acres a few miles south of Spring Green, provides a unique ambiance thanks to the driftless area that surrounds this natural amphitheater. After you’ve taken a spin through the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center & Taliesin, do some underground spelunking at Cave of the Mounds in nearby Blue Mounds or discover eclectic exhibits and a fabulous view of rural Spring Green from the House on the Rock. Read More

12 Spring Green Hot Spots – OnMilwaukee

Located on the banks of the Wisconsin River, Spring Green is small in population (about 1,600 people) but grand in reputation.

“We have so many unique activities in our small village that often times people don’t realize what they are stepping into,” says Kris Stoddard, executive director of the Spring Green Area Chamber of Commerce. “Visitors often come to Spring Green with a purpose and leave with a feeling of ‘wow, all that in such a small place!'”  Read More

The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in the Midwest – The Culture Trip

With its majestic rolling green hills on the banks of the Wisconsin River, it’s no wonder architect Frank Lloyd Wright built his summer paradise in the beautiful town of Spring Green, Wisconsin. Read More

The Best Small Towns to Visit in 2014 – Smithsonian Magazine

11. Spring Green If you’ve heard of Spring Green, Wisconsin, it might be because of the American Players Theater, a classical theater just outside of the town that attracts over 100,000 patrons each year. But there’s more to the tiny town (population 1,622) than Shakespeare and Molière… Read More

50 Best Small Town Downtowns in America – Best Choice Reviews

#14 Spring Green Wisconsin. Spring Green, Wisconsin has a very small year-round population. However the town brings in more than 100,000 visitors each year. Read More