We invite you to become a part of our community!
Just off of I-43 and Highway 83, the Village of Mukwonago lies in a unique setting in southern Waukesha County, rich with recreational and cultural assets and a strong quality of life. The area is unique, offering big city accessibility and conveniences with an appealing small-town feel. We are fortunate to have a Village Administration focused on Economic Development, an award winning school district, a large choice of churches and real estate a plenty – all great reasons to consider Mukwonago if you are relocating your business or family to the area.
If you are just coming to spend the day, enjoy our antique shops, gift stores, quilt shop, coffee houses and quaint restaurants. We also have many unique tourist attractions, such as the Elegant Farmer, East Troy Electric Railroad, Old World Wisconsin and Pieper Porch Winery & Vineyard. Our community is surrounded by lakes and historical venues that offer an abundance of recreational activities as well. Whatever your cup of tea, you will want to call on the Chamber, as we have a wealth of knowledge on the area amenities that will give you a true taste of what Mukwonago is all about.
The village of Mukwonago lies in a unique setting in Southern Waukesha County beckoning the shopper who looks for more than the usual shopping experience. The area abounds with the ambiance of history and charm. A walking tour brochure is available at the Chamber of Commerce office. Discover unique shops, restaurants and accommodations. Come spend a day or a weekend. From I-43 exit on Hwy 83 North or I-94 exit Hwy. 83 south. The heart of the village is located at the intersection of Highways 83 and ES.