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  • The A-Z of Wisconsin Cheese Curds

    Last Updated: 5/7/2013

    Yellow or white, fried or fresh, seasoned or plain, but always a tasty treat. Wisconsin Cheese curds are usually made from fresh cheddar, mozzarella, or Colby, and yes, they really do squeak when you eat them!

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  • Wisconsin Architecture’s Unique Appeal

    Last Updated: 3/21/2013

    Wisconsin is known nationally for its state parks, lakes, and rolling hills. But the state’s man-made beauty is just as fascinating. From grandiose to off-the-wall, Wisconsin architecture has something to capture every visitor’s interest. Here’s a sampling of our favorites!

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  • Fun for Teens in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 12/13/2012

    Fun for the whole family doesn’t just mean kid-friendly. It’s got to be teen-friendly too. That’s why we’ve compiled some activities and adventures so entertaining, they’re guaranteed to interest your coolest, hardest-to-please family member.

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  • Make the Season Bright with a Wisconsin Sleigh Ride

    Last Updated: 12/6/2012

    This season, the jingle of sleigh bells aren’t just reserved for Christmas songs. You can hear the jubilant sound as you dash through the snow on your own sleigh or carriage ride, right here in Wisconsin. Whether it’s with your sweetheart, your friends, or the whole family, you’re sure to find holiday cheer on these classic rides.

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  • Fall in Wisconsin: Seasonal Beer Recommendations

    Last Updated: 10/8/2012

    With a nip in the air and the scent of fall on the breeze, Wisconsin’s craft breweries are busy preparing the tastes of the season. With undertones of pumpkin, apples, cinnamon and cranberries, these brews are well worth sampling. We’ve gathered some tasting notes on fall’s seasonal beers below. Get them while you can because these tasty treats come in short supply!

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  • Weekend Trip Ideas: Viroqua and Westby

    Last Updated: 7/14/2012

    Check out Viroqua and Westby in Vernon County for farm-fresh produce, local crafts and scenic biking trails. Read on for details and weekend trip ideas.

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  • Celebrating Native American Culture in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 7/10/2012

    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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  • The Perfect Getaway for Any Occasion: Board a Charter Cruise

    Last Updated: 6/29/2012

    Wisconsin is home to numerous lakes and miles shoreline. Charter cruises are easy to book and cater to any taste, whether you’re planning a wedding or just need a few hours in the open air, any occasion is made more special with a view from the water.

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  • Wisconsin’s Beautiful Botanicals

    Last Updated: 5/7/2012

    Spring is the perfect time of year for botanical gardens to flaunt their true colors. We rounded up a handful of Wisconsin gardens known to truly blossom in the spring… pun intended.

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  • Art & History in Mineral Point

    Last Updated: 4/10/2012

    It’s no wonder that Mineral Point was named Best Historic Town by Wisconsin Trails magazine. Learn about the city’s rich mining history at Pendarvis, a collection of stone-and-log cottages built by English miners in the 1840s.

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