The Great River Road is an American treasure, and lucky us—a portion of it winds along the Mississippi River on the state’s western border. Here’s your five-day itinerary for what not to miss.
Fall and winter is the perfect time to visit a new winery to expand your tasting palate—and savor Wisconsin’s scenery.
Long before television, radio or movies, community “opera houses” were the center of arts, culture and entertainment throughout rural America.
Wisconsinites are called cheeseheads for a reason—so embrace the state’s cheesiest destinations (in a good way) in these high-quality cheese shops.
Dan Jacobs and Dan Van Rite own DanDan, EsterEv (an intimate dining experience located inside of DanDan with a guest-chef series) and Fauntleroy, all located in Milwaukee’s Third Ward.
Wisconsin is best known nationally for cheese quality, but meat matters here too. At least 240 licensed meat establishments do business in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin in winter has a “flurry” of activity. Welcome the snow and head out to enjoy some of the best outdoor experiences the state has to offer.
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.
Eau Claire’s Red’s Mercantile is the modern-day version of the old-timey general store concept, with a bit of everything: clothes, shoes, household décor items and bath and body products.
These Wisconsin-based children’s museums provide numerous ways for families to laugh, learn and play together.
Wisconsin is home to the largest concentration of Native American tribes in any state east of the Mississippi. Check out these unique ways to experience their culture.