On July 13 and 14, Paul and Brenda visited the unique Colonial Revival home is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1901 by Charles Ringling, one of the founders of the Ringling Brothers Circus, and was constructed with some of the finest materials and modern conveniences available. It has remained in the Ringling family for over 100 years, until recently. Baraboo is known as Circus City as it was the wintering location for the Ringling Brother's Circus. Paul has always wanted to go inside this home. The town also has the Al Ringling theater and Mansion. I totally recommend touring the theater as it is awesome. The Mansion offers haunted tours which we were scheduled to attend but the weather turned ferocious and we canceled. Paul has been working on getting a private investigation of the theater. The B and B is supposedly haunted but we did not experience any activity while there.