What's Hot in Wisconsin in 2019
Posted on: 4/10/2019
MADISON, Wis. – What’s hot in Wisconsin, you ask? A whole lot. Here’s just a sample: Pabst Blue Ribbon’s 175th, EAA AirVenture’s 50th, museum openings, new restaurants, new breweries, first time sporting activities… the list goes on. So let’s raise a frosty mug to the new and the trendy straight from the source, TravelWisconsin.com.
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Let the Celebration(s) Begin: 2019 Anniversaries as Diverse as They are Plentiful
This year Wisconsin celebrates several big anniversaries. We invite you to join us as we toast these major milestones across our great state.
What’s New on the Water
Head to the shores of Lake Michigan to explore these new dockside attractions.
From new exhibitions to museums built from the ground up, history comes to life with these 2019 museum openings.
Eat Drink and Be Merry
In 2019, Wisconsin will welcome several new eateries and destinations. From award-winning restaurants to unique supper clubs and hotels, there’s always something new to explore in Wisconsin.
Destination Overview: What’s New in Milwaukee
A new NBA arena. A new streetcar. New construction, hotel conversions, foodie hubs. Not to mention new host of the 2020 Democratic National Convention. It’s an exciting time in the city, and this new growth promises even better things to come over the next five years.
Wisconsin Craft Bottles and Brews
Several new breweries and distilleries are opening this year, carrying a delicious range of spirits and brews. We invite you to visit for observation, tours and tastings.
Sporting events can be measured in points, goals, runs, wins and losses. They can also be measured in memories made. Here are a few new events in 2019 guaranteed to be remembered.
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