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  • Take the Ghost Walk in Bayfield

    Last Updated: 1/25/2007

    The town is well known as the gateway to Lake Superior’s Apostle Islands, and as a vacation destination in its own right. But not many people know its colorful history. Virginia Hirsch, a storyteller and amateur historian, is out to change all that.

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  • The Wright Place - A Trip to Taliesin

    Last Updated: 1/25/2007

    This signature work of wood and stone from one of America’s greatest architects, Frank Lloyd Wright, is dramatic yet subdued, awe-inspiring yet perplexing. It’s a study in perfect harmony and contrast.

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  • Eclectic Soho in Racine

    Last Updated: 1/22/2007

    Tucked away between major art players Milwaukee and Chicago, the Racine Art Museum (RAM) is not only a sight to see, it is a genuine destination - surrounded by restaurants, bars, shops, galleries, and an urban beat reminiscent of Soho in New York—only sm

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  • Frank Lloyd Wright Tour

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Frank Lloyd Wright is widely regarded as America's greatest architect. Wisconsin, Wright's former home, is rich in public buildings and private residences created by the architect, including his own estate. This two-day tour of Wright's designs affords tr

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  • Historic Theater Tour

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    As fall’s cooler temperatures steal into Wisconsin, an outstanding season of performing arts warms historic stages across the state. Here’s a three-day tour of some of the grandest Victorian opera houses Wisconsin – and the Midwest – has to offer.

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  • Self-taught Artist Tour

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Folk art. Self-taught art. Outsider art. Pop art. Whatever you choose to call it, Wisconsin has long been famous for the unique creations of these self-taught artists.

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  • Wisconsin Opera

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    If you love the intimate interaction of song and story, the incomparable depth and range of the human voice and the magnificent spectacle that only the opera can provide, spend an evening with one of Wisconsin’s intriguing opera companies.

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  • East Coast Visual Arts Tour

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    From sophisticated cities to quaint fishing villages, the Wisconsin harbor towns dotting the state's 1,100 miles of scenic Lake Michigan coastline promise a visual art adventure.

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  • 25 Highway Friendly Historical Markers

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Here's a list of some of the many interesting, note-worthy, or otherwise popular historical "stops along the way."

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  • Wisconsin's Most Unusual Museums

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    To most people, the word "museum" conjures up visions of dinosaur skeletons and prehistoric artifacts. Visitors to Wisconsin have no shortage of opportunities to view world-class archaeological treasures. However, the Badger State also boasts a roster of first-rate museums dedicated to more unusual interests.

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