Introduction to Elm Grove, Wisconsin
Elm Grove History
The part of Wisconsin now occupied by Waukesha County was a part of Michigan until 1834, when Milwaukee County was organized. In 1846, Waukesha County was formed, and Curtis Reed became the first chairman.
Elm Grove and nearby Attractions
- Milwaukee Public Museum
- Pike Lake State Park
- Discovery World Museum of Science, Economics & Technology
- Betty Brinn Children's Museum
- Harrington Beach State Park
- Eisner Museum of Advertising & Design
Things To Do In Elm Grove
Local golf courses include the Greenfield Park Golf Course, the New Berlin Hills Golf Course and the Brookfield Hills Golf Course. The Clark House Museum, the Waukesha County Historical Society and Museum and the East Troy Electric Railroad Museum are all accessible from Elm Grove as well. The Kettle Moraine State Forest, the Richard Bong State Recreation Area, the Harrington Beach State Park and the Aztalan State Park offer recreational opportunities to the visitors and residents of Elm Grove.
Elm Grove Transportation
General Mitchell International Airport is nearby.
Elm Grove Higher Education
Higher education in the area can be pursued at Carroll College, Waukesha County Technical College and Marquette University.