Iconic Wisconsin

The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore encompasses 21 islands in Lake Superior just off the tip of Bayfield County.

The Dane County Farmers' Market is the largest in the United States.

Frank Llyod Wright’s boyhood home Taliesin includes six Wright-designed structures on the estate.

Legendary Lambeau Field has been in continuous use since 1957.

Chalet Cheese Co-op in Monroe is the only place in America that makes the notoriously odd-smelling Limburger cheese.

The Milwaukee Mile is the oldest major racetrack in the world.

The International Snowmobile Racing Hall of Fame is located in St. Germain.

Wisconsin hosts the largest cross-country ski race in North America, the American Birkebeiner.

Eagle River is home to one of the largest snowmobile races in the world, the World's Championship Snowmobile Derby.

Each August, Oshkosh hosts EAA AirVenture, the largest aviation event in the world.

Hayward is the home to the largest Muskie in the world, a four-story replica at the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame.

The world's largest carousel is located at House on the Rock in Spring Green.

America's largest outdoor waterpark, Noah's Ark, and America’s largest indoor waterpark resort, Wilderness Territory, are located in Wisconsin Dells.

Kewaunee is home to the world's largest grandfather clock, which stands 35 feet tall.

Milwaukee's Summerfest is the world's biggest outdoor music festival, drawing nearly one million visitors per year.

Potosi is home to the National Brewery Museum.