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  • Fun Family Activities

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    So you’re trying to plan another quick getaway for the whole family, but just aren't sure where to start? Naturally, we have some ideas. From arts and culture to zoo excursions, Wisconsin offers a little something for everyone.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • A Snowshoe Romp to Wisconsin’s Waterfall Capital

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    In the solitude of a winter landscape you might expect the sound of falling water to be absorbed by the cushioning buffer of a carpet of snow. But what you hear actually is more pronounced, due, perhaps, to the absence of much competition save for the faint clomp of your snowshoes.

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  • Wisconsin Amish Communities

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Journey to west central Wisconsin, known as Amish country, and glimpse a life without automobiles, telephones and computers. While traveling through one of Wisconsin's largest Amish settlements, it is not uncommon to see horse-drawn buggies moving down the road and colorful quilts drying in the summer breeze.

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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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  • A Trip to Wine Country

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    If you think Napa Valley when it comes to wine, think again—these three Wisconsin wineries give you plenty of ways and reasons to toast the season.

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  • Milwaukee Winter Biking Brewery Tour

    Last Updated: 12/12/2006

    Milwaukee is still the brew city, and there's so much more than Miller. If you're here to visit the kids at college, to watch the Bucks, Brewers, Admirals, or Wave, for a trip to the Calatrava, or a concert at the Pabst, it is essential that you get here early or stay a little late to imbibe the convivial atmosphere of the city's riverfront breweries and brewpubs.

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