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Featuring the only remaining building of the American Fur Company complex built at La Pointe in 1835, making it the oldest structure on Madeline Island.
Located in Madison, the Wisconsin's Historical Museum is full of wonderful stories and artifacts detailing the State's rich history.
Experience Victorian life during the 19th century as you visit the estate of one of Wisconsin's most prosperous families. Located on the banks of the Mississippi River at Prairie du Chien.
A thousand-mile footpath that highlights Ice Age landscape features while providing access to some of Wisconsin's most beautiful natural areas. One of the premier hiking trails in the United States.
Located on the western shore of Lake Winnebago and is banked by the Fox River and Lake Butte des Morts in Winnebago County. Lake Winnebago, the largest fresh water lake within the state.
One of the finest orchestras in the nation with 83 musicians that perform 140 concerts each season.
A 100-year-old warehouse transformed into a luxury boutique hotel that delivers an authentic Milwaukee experience. The first upscale hotel geared for business travelers and motorcycle enthusiasts.
The best of American design and culture – seasoned with freedom and rebellion, showcased in a landmark building. One of Milwaukee’s top tourist destinations.
The Fox Cities are 19 communities in the greater Appleton area along the Fox River in East Central Wisconsin. We're known as Wisconsin's Shopping Place.
Explore the National Landmark Site and original buildings of the Ringling Bros. Circus.
Mt. Olympus, located in Wisconsin Dells, beckons as a land of myth and adventure where the only thing you will never be, is bored.
Many wonderful attractions from the family-friendly Henry Vilas Zoo, Madison Children's Museum, Wisconsin - Madison campus, Olbrich Botanical Gardens and the UW-Arboretum.
Entertainment, Celebration and Fun are the essence of Milwaukee's rich cultural experience. A joy to discover, an easy city with a warm brand of hospitality sure to surprise & delight.
Baker Eric Olesen describes the 60-plus year history of Racine's famous O & H Bakery and how their flagship pastry, Kringle, has put Racine on the culinary map.
Travel by horse-drawn wagon to watch the blacksmith, see a working water-powered sawmill and stroll among the country's most extensive collections of restored carriages.
Discover the grand summer estate of Wisconsin's first governor, Nelson Dewey and learn about the rise of turn-of-the-century dairy farming.
Tour "Gangster Hideaways." The movie "Public Enemies" was filmed on location at some of these places.
Located in the Wisconsin Dells. Over 70,000 square-feet and features: "The Black Hole," Water Thrill Ride, the "Fantastic Voyage," Ransack Ridge, and more.