The world’s largest “M” symbolizes Platteville’s mining history.

Platteville

The scenic rolling hills around Platteville were one of the first locations to be settled by Europeans who were drawn there by rich lead deposits. The lead miners gave Wisconsin its nickname, the “Badger State.” Platteville’s early mining heritage is showcased in The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums, a three-acre campus built atop the 1845 Bevans Lead Mine with a cultural history collection of more than 20,000 items from the late 1800’s.

Explore Platteville

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Make Music Platteville 6/21/2020 Platteville - 1.08 miles away
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Heritage Day Celebration 7/04/2020 Platteville - 1.29 miles away
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Platteville's 4th of July Celebration & Patriotic Program 7/04/2020 Platteville - 1.69 miles away
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Veteran's Memorial Park Event 6/06/2020 Hazel Green - 14.16 miles away
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Jammin' on the Porch 6/12/2020 Mineral Point - 18.35 miles away
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Gallery Night 12/06/2019 - 12/08/2019 Mineral Point - 18.36 miles away
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Mineral Point Celebrates the Fourth 7/04/2020 Mineral Point - 18.38 miles away
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Tour of Fairy Homes 6/06/2020 Mineral Point - 18.56 miles away

Average Weather

From soaking up the summer sun to hitting the trails after a fresh snowfall, Wisconsin has no shortage of activities for every season. Here's an idea of what the weather in this area is like to help get your planning started!

Summer

High 83° F
Low 61° F

Winter

High 30° F
Low 11° F

Fall

High 60° F
Low 40° F

Spring

High 59° F
Low 48° F