No matter why you seek epic thrills, Wisconsin has an adventure for you. Here are nine to try with the little ones, each with a thrill rating ranging from 1 (mild) to 10 (wild).
We think an art-inspired road trip is in order, and we’ve already made a list of museum stops with some truly fascinating and thought-provoking exhibits.
These Wisconsin-based children’s museums provide numerous ways for families to laugh, learn and play together.
Paddling is one of the most enjoyable ways to experience Wisconsin’s waters. Here are five spots for beginners to give it a try in Wisconsin.
Many walls symbolize separation, but not those of Madison Mural Alley, one of Wisconsin’s newest public art destinations. Here, they celebrate collaboration.
With 15,000 lakes, 84,000 miles of rivers, and the majestic lakes Michigan and Superior shorelines, Wisconsin is the perfect place to cool off and have some summer fun with the kids. These family-friendly attractions offer relaxation, recreation and opportunities to make memories.
In her hit “Big Yellow Taxi,” singer Joni Mitchell lamented that “they paved paradise and put up a parking lot.” At the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the alumni association has done just the opposite. It removed a parking lot and replaced it with Alumni Park, celebrating UW alumni and traditions.
Pie is a gorgeous vehicle for seasonal fruits, a genius way to make vegetables delicious and the best thing to hurl at a frenemy during a food fight. We’ve got eight places making some of Wisconsin’s most unique and tasty varieties—but don’t even think about starting a food fight at them!
We’ve got seven electrifying facts about Wisconsin-born guitar star Les Paul.