Rudolph is a village of approximately 400 in Wood County Wisconsin. It is best known as the site for the "Grotto Shrine", a Catholic shrine built on the grounds of the local Catholic church, St Phillips. Largely conceived and built by one man, Father Wagner, over 40 years, the shrine includes a man made cave (the Wonder Cave) and numerous monuments and gardens.

Get in

Rudolph is located approximately 7 miles from Wisconsin Rapids on Highway 34.

Get around

No car rental agencies are located in Rudolph, nor does it have any public transportation. Walking down Main Street is the best way to see this village.







No motels or hotels are available in Rudolph but there are several good choices in Wisconsin Rapids, seven miles away. The Mead Inn and the AmericInn are two of the better choices.

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Routes through Rudolph

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