Welcome to Boscobel Wisconsin
Boscobel, Wisconsin, the birthplace of The Gideon Bible, on the lower Wisconsin River, is your gateway to the unglaciated "Driftless Area" of Wisconsin, truly one of the state's most beautiful and pristine regions. Here in the southwest Wisconsin city of Boscobel, you'll find the charm of years gone by and the conveniences of today.
The historic Boscobel Hotel, built in 1863 and originally known as the Central House, is the birthplace of the Gideon Bible. Located in the heart of downtown, this native limestone landmark is one of two buildings in Boscobel listed on the National Register of Historic Places. If you love history, you will want to visit our museums and attend Muskets & Memories, one of the largest Civil War reenactment events in the Midwest.
The thriving downtown community offers a wide variety of restaurants, stores, and unique shops. Excellent schools, churches, parks, recreation programs, library and senior center support an enriching community life. Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics is a full-service medical facility providing 24-hour emergency care, in-patient and out-patient care, and long-term nursing care.
A modern Industrial Park is home to businesses that employ a workforce known for high productivity, low absenteeism, and an excellent work ethic. Boscobel businesses enjoy the advantages of the Boscobel Municipal Airport and local freight train service.
We welcome you to the city of Boscobel, Wisconsin! We hope you enjoy our wonderful community. Please contact the city office with any questions or concerns. 608-375-5001
Boscobel Community Christmas Festival - December 7, 2013
Come take part in a variety of activities throughout the day, including the Ugly Sweater 5K Fun Run/Walk, Santa & Mrs. Claus coming to town, free movies at the Blaine Theatre, the Boscobel Rescue Squad all you can eat chili & soup supper, the Festival of Trees, the Parade of Lights and much more!
Calendar Restricted Parking
For a period of 48 hours beginning at 1 a.m. on any day in which there is a snowfall of 2 or more inches no person shall, during the period beginning November 1st and ending April 1st, between 1 a.m. and 8 a.m., park or leave standing on any City street any vehicle on the odd numbered side of the street on an even numbered day of the month, or on the even numbered side of the street on the odd numbered day of the month.