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  • Native Wisconsin: Four Must-Visit Natural Attractions

    Last Updated: 5/20/2015

    Natural beauty is everywhere you turn in Wisconsin. Some of our popular natural attractions are found on Native American tribal lands. Let Discover Wisconsin suggest a few of their favorites in this guest blog. Start exploring!

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  • Six Things to Do in Wisconsin This March

    Last Updated: 2/28/2014

    March in Wisconsin can be magical. Come see what indoor and outdoor fun there is this month in Wisconsin.

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  • Bald Eagle Watching Days

    Last Updated: 12/30/2013

    We’re lucky enough to be able to see the majestic bald eagle right in our backyard, so take the opportunity and attend these events before the season is over.

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  • Fan Favorites: Wisconsin Museums

    Last Updated: 12/16/2013

    Quirky, kitschy, artsy, nifty…you can find it all in Wisconsin’s museums. Our Facebook fans curated this collection of top museums around the state.

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  • Wisconsin's Native American Hidden Gems

    Last Updated: 8/16/2013

    Drums pound, feet stomp and colors swirl. Wisconsin’s rich Native American culture is matched only by the beauty of its stunningly preserved tribal lands and waters.

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  • Celebrating Native American Culture in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 6/30/2013

    Native American cultures are a vibrant part of Wisconsin’s rich history, providing both an education and cultural experience for travelers this summer.

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  • Discovering Wisconsin’s History: Burial Mounds

    Last Updated: 5/13/2013

    Between 800 BC and 1200 AD, Native Americans built over fifteen thousand burial mounds in Wisconsin. That’s more than anywhere else on the continent.

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  • Find a Warm Welcome at Wisconsin's Pow-Wows

    Last Updated: 4/18/2013

    Have you ever heard of a Native American pow-wow, but weren’t quite sure what it was? Maybe you’ve wondered if you can visit a pow-wow, or if it’s a sacred ceremony not open to the public. Read on for a few things you need to know about Native American pow-wows in Wisconsin.

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