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The Straits®, Kohler, Wisconsin. Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.
Relax at Kohler Waters Spa
Release stress, reconnect with loved ones and, most of all, reconnect with yourself, at Kohler Waters Spa, one of only 41 five-star spas worldwide. Conveniently located next to The American Club, you can drop in for a nourishing treatment or all-day immersion of our latest therapeutic water treatments and results-oriented facial and body treatments. From soothing, water-inspired treatment rooms to inviting respite room areas and warm relaxation pool, Kohler Waters Spa provides well-being around every corner. Enjoy the enclosed rooftop deck with whirlpool, fireplace and lounge – a relaxing coed area to be enjoyed year-round.
The Carriage House
Part of The American Club is located above the Kohler Waters Spa. All guests receive complimentary access to the Kohler Waters Spa, including a relaxation pool with waterfall, respite room and a rooftop deck with co-ed whirlpool and fireplace. In addition to spa access, guests enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, afternoon tea, and evening drinks and hors d’ouevres.
The Shops at Woodlake
Nestled at lake’s edge, The Shops at Woodlake Kohler has more than 20 specialty shops and boutiques featuring men's and women's apparel, toys, collectibles, restaurants, home furnishing and design stores, and a demonstration kitchen.
Kohler Factory Tour
The factory itself is a "masterpiece of Art Deco industrial design."
– Tracy Will, travel guidebook Wisconsin
The "Industry in Action" factory tour is for anyone who's ever wondered how a KOHLER® bathtub or faucet was made. The tour tells the history behind the nation’s largest plumbing-ware manufacturer and takes visitors through numerous buildings – pottery, brass and foundry – that create everything from vitreous china bathroom sinks to KOHLER Enameled Cast Iron baths.
Kohler Design Center Tour
The Kohler Design Center is a three-level showcase of innovative product design and technology, creative achievement and American history. A fusion of old and new, the space offers a comprehensive representation of Kohler Co.'s state-of-the-art products and stunning examples of the company's contributions to gracious living and interior design.
The building was originally used as a recreation hall for residents of the Village of Kohler. In 1985 it was transformed into a 36,000-square-foot showcase for the Kohler family of businesses. Every detail is presented with energy and innovation to reinforce the company's image as a leader in technology, color and style.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
The John Michael Kohler Arts Center presents contemporary American art with emphasis on craft-related forms, folk traditions, new genres and the work of self-taught artists. One gallery presents works from the Arts/Industry Program, which brings artists to work in studios within the Kohler Co. factory. Another gallery features interactive mediums for children. There are eleven galleries in all to explore.
JMKAC is a not-for-profit organization established in 1967 for aesthetic and educational purposes. Its mission is to encourage and support innovative explorations in the arts and to foster an exchange between a national community of artists and a broad public that will help realize the power of the arts to inspire and transform our world.
Gardens of Kohler
We invite you to experience a true garden community, from the lush gardens of The American Club® to The Shops at Woodlake and the championship golf courses of Blackwolf Run® and Whistling Straits®. Enjoy all the natural areas that weave throughout quaint neighborhoods by taking a guided or self-guided tour.
The seeds for the gardens of Kohler were planted in 1913 when Walter J. Kohler, Sr., traveled to Europe to study garden cities. He then worked with the Olmsted Brothers, whose landscape firm designed Central Park in New York City, to plan the green spaces that beautify the Village of Kohler and Kohler Co. campus – a 50-year master plan.
The idea blossomed for decades, and a second 50-year plan of growth, under guidelines established by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, was completed in 1977. This plan actively called for continued community development in the Village of Kohler with a focus on environmental sensitivity, tree plantings and woodland and wetland preservation, making the village an ideal community for Kohler Co. associates, residents and visitors alike.
A distinguished wilderness preserve and dining club, encompasses ore then 800 acres of unspoiled land, 7 miles of the meandering Sheboyan River and more than 30 miles of scenic woodland trails.