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  • Motorcycling Wisconsin’s Great Rustic Roads

    Last Updated: 10/10/2014

    Planning your next motorcycle ride? Escape busy roads and enjoy scenic surroundings by riding Wisconsin’s Rustic Roads. Ride 10 of the Rustic Roads and earn the Rustic Roads Motorcycle Tour patch through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Here are some to check out!

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  • Wisconsin’s Amish Communities: Experience, Shop and Learn

    Last Updated: 8/22/2014

    Wisconsin is home to several Amish settlements and has the fourth largest Amish population in the United States. Shop for wood-crafted furniture and decadent homemade goodies such as pies and jams. Learn more by touring one of these Amish communities.

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  • Native American Travel Itinerary

    Last Updated: 8/8/2014

    Learn more about the exciting Native culture that still lives within Wisconsin on this six day tour. You will travel around the state stopping at our numerous Native reservations where you will meet members from the various Native tribes and learn more about their traditions. Other hot spots on this tour include afternoons spent at the Apostle Islands and inside Devil's Lake State Park.

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  • Great River Road Travel Itinerary

    Last Updated: 7/25/2014

    Travel along the south-western border of Wisconsin on this five day tour winding you through scenic highways and quaint towns. Spend an afternoon boating on the Mississippi River or a day in the National Brewery Museum. This Great River Road tour is sure to excite the traveler looking for some natural beauty filled with a little Wisconsin history.

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  • Become Part of History at Wisconsin Historical Sites

    Last Updated: 7/3/2014

    Immerse yourself in the rich heritage and culture at Wisconsin’s historic sites. From churning butter, to taking the stage at a children’s circus, to feeding farm animals by hand, there’s no better way to learn about the early days of Wisconsin settlers and sites than by joining in! Check out these historic sites offering interactive opportunities for learning.

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  • A Wisconsin Road Trip on the Yellowstone Trail

    Last Updated: 5/2/2012

    Take a trip back in time and join us on the Yellowstone Trail, a 409 mile National Historic Automobile Route through Wisconsin from Kenosha to Hudson.

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  • Visiting Historical Gardens in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 4/23/2012

    Step back in time and savor the beauty, colors and scents of old-fashioned gardens that speak of eras gone by.

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  • The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help

    Last Updated: 1/10/2011

    In a small rural town 15 miles northeast of the hustle and bustle of Green Bay you’ll find yourself in a peaceful surrounding of dairy farms and fields. Then, on a small road in New Franken, you’ll come across a heavenly site... The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help.

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  • Ho-Chunk Nation Offers Cultural Tours

    Last Updated: 7/21/2010

    Like their neighbors of European descent, Wisconsin’s Ho-Chunk people have survived centuries of struggle to develop and preserve a rich cultural heritage. That heritage is illuminated in several cultural tours.

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  • Mineral Point: Where Wisconsin Began

    Last Updated: 7/7/2010

    Lying amid the mineral-rich coulees of the Driftless area in the southwestern corner of the state, Mineral Point has been dubbed the “place where Wisconsin began.”

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