Visit these six new (or improved) attractions around the state this year.
Use these locations as a launching point for your next jaunt to the Badger State.
Sheboygan’s new art preserve, theater under the stars, bobbleheads and more: check out our arts & entertainment picks for this summer.
Support Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned businesses across the state while taking in the ambiance of Wisconsin locales.
Baraboo saw the birth of the Ringling Brothers Circus in 1884 and, today, the city — which is about 13 miles south of Wisconsin Dells — is home to the Circus World Museum. But now something more is brewing.
Good Day Shop in Madison is a minimalist, Scandinavian-chic space with home goods, jewelry, apothecary items, artwork and more.
The small town of West Bend, 40 minutes north of Milwaukee — named for being on the Milwaukee River’s westward bend — is quickly becoming an artsy hub.
Every three years, MMoCA’s curatorial staff spend weeks visiting artists across the state, choosing 30 to represent contemporary Wisconsin art.
Those looking for a more creative place to rest their head need look no further than two Wisconsin boutique hotels – Hotel Indigo and Saint Kate Arts Hotel.