|Marshfield is rich in Wisconsin lore. Lumber, farming and railroads all made a mark on the area. At one time, 50 trains stopped at the station each day with passengers traveling out west or heading back east. In the early years of the Marshfield Clinic, some doctors rode the trains to serve patients in outlying communities. |
Today, visitors can still enjoy a bustling vibrant city. Marshfield offers small-town friendliness and a sense of community along with an active city scene. Foxfire Gardens are naturally landscaped gardens displaying eastern and western planting styles. Built in 1880, the Upham Mansion has been restored to its Victorian beauty. The mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Wildwood Park and Zoo covers over 60 acres and is home to over 200 animals and birds. The New Visions Gallery in the lobby of the Marshfield Clinic is the place for visual arts. Exhibits change every four to six weeks. Marshfield offers a variety of accommodations and restaurants to serve your meeting attendees.