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Posted on: 6/13/2013
In the rolling hills of southern Wisconsin, you’ll find a pretty little town where the Alpine-style buildings are adorned with flower-filled window boxes. The breeze might carry the sound of yodeling, or the scent of sausage smoking. You’re in New Glarus, America’s Little Switzerland.
Posted on: 6/8/2013
Whether you’re a lifelong cheesehead or a weekend visitor, trust us, you have a lot left to discover when it comes to the wonders of Wisconsin. Let us give you a head start, with 10 amazing Wisconsin facts to add to your list.
Posted on: 6/6/2013
Traces of the Chequamegon Bay region’s rich past are evident in the craftsmanship of Bayfield’s enduring hillside mansions and in the names of the city’s founding figures still visible in the sandstone blocks on historic downtown buildings. But beyond such incidental evidence there are a number of places dedicated to the important work of preserving stories of the past.
Posted on: 6/2/2013
Atop Wisconsin’s State Capitol dome stands the statue “Wisconsin.” This golden lady wears a badger-bedecked helmet and holds a shining, eagle-topped globe. Imagine standing in Wisconsin’s golden shoes with Madison at your feet. Well, you’re on your own when it comes to wearing the gold leaf and statement accessories, but if you dream of enjoying Madison from above, we can help make it happen.
Posted on: 5/29/2013
With over 15,000 inland lakes – not to mention those two Great ones – and 84,000 miles of rivers, Wisconsin offers endless opportunities for boating fun. You don’t need experience, and you certainly don’t need to buy a boat, to take advantage of Wisconsin’s waterways. Across the state, you’ll find boating rentals, lessons, and guides to get you started.
Posted on: 5/23/2013
Dreaming of warm weather and tiny-umbrella-clad cocktails? The tiki bar phenomenon is a fun, kitschy American take on tropical style. You can relax with exotic drinks among palm tress, volcanoes, hula girls, fish traps, torches, and wood carvings. Plenty a Wisconsin tiki bar can make those dreams come true.
Posted on: 5/21/2013
Since moving to Wisconsin to begin work in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Margot Schwartz has discovered there can be much more to Milwaukee – and Wisconsin – than may meet the eye (and ear, for that matter). She shares what the state has to offer, both in the arts and otherwise.
Posted on: 5/16/2013
It starts in Prescott and flows south through Kieler. While the Mississippi River stretches far beyond the state line, Wisconsin’s Great River Road covers 250 miles and 33 charming river towns. Tackle the route for a road trip and you’ll encounter some of the state’s best hiking, biking, and bird watching, along with quaint farm-towns, museums, and more.