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.
A visit to Ten Chimneys, the historic Genesee Depot estate of Broadway greats Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, will send you away feeling like a guest of the Lunts in the mid-1900s rather than a 21st-century tourist.
The free tour of Madison’s majestic state Capitol takes only an hour, but you’ll remember it for years to come. The Wisconsin statehouse ranks among the most impressive public buildings in the country, and for good reason.