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  • Trains, Planes and Automobiles; Wisconsin Museums Cover Them All

    Last Updated: 1/16/2015

    Transportation buffs love Wisconsin. We keep their motors running, literally and figuratively, with a brace of transportation museums that are unparalleled short of the Smithsonian. If it’s got wheels and an engine, Wisconsin’s got a museum for it.

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  • Wisconsin Historic Sites Put Heritage in Holidays

    Last Updated: 12/11/2013

    In Wisconsin, we treasure our past, preserved in museums and historic homes throughout the state. During the holidays, many of those properties host special tour opportunities. Here are some of our best historic holiday traditions.

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  • Wisconsin Dinner Theatres Feed the Body and the Soul

    Last Updated: 5/30/2014

    Once upon a time, “dinner and a show” was a date in two places; first you went to dinner, then to a show. Today, in venues across Wisconsin, it’s a date in one place where you do two things – dinner and a show.

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  • Five Great Niche Retreats

    Last Updated: 1/30/2015

    You needn’t be Martha Stewart to go on or to organize an arts & crafts retreat. Here are some hands-on opportunities available around Wisconsin.

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  • A Joy Ride through American History

    Last Updated: 4/22/2014

    American history, pop-culture, artistry and daredevil sports. No, it’s not a new cable network – it’s the Harley-Davidson Museum, with something for everyone in the family. No wheels required.

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  • Wisconsin's Gangster Tour

    Last Updated: 2/4/2015

    Go “on the lam” and experience the rich lore and legend of Wisconsin's history as a playground and hideout for Prohibition- and Depression-era gangsters. See locations used in the "Public Enemies" movie filmed in Wisconsin.

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  • The Flying Pig Gallery

    Last Updated: 1/5/2015

    The unbridled creativity of folk art and gardens so natural the owners have been asked if they pipe in the lively sounds of a fully-populated marsh is behind the vision-driven differences offered at The Flying Pig Gallery and Green Space in Algoma.

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  • Caulker, Ko-Thi Still Inspiring At 40

    Last Updated: 4/5/2013

    Find out more about Ferne Caulker, founder of Ko-Thi, one of the nation’s leading African dance companies.

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  • A Tour of Black Point Mansion

    Last Updated: 4/23/2014

    Black Point Mansion, built by a German-born beer baron in 1888, has changed little throughout the years. Find out more about one of Wisconsin's newest museums on the shores of Lake Geneva.

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  • “Inviting People Back to Our Land”

    Last Updated: 4/21/2014

    Wisconsin has the most Native American tribes east of the Mississippi. Find out more about cultural travel opportunities for each of the 11 tribes here.

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