Just a short 40-minute drive west of Madison is the scenic Spring Green area and, its extremely popular Spring Green Arts and Crafts Fair.
Despite Milwaukee’s founding by beer barons who emigrated from Germany, it wasn’t until seven years ago that beer gardens popped up again in Milwaukee County.
Known as Wisconsin’s Cheese Curd Capital, Ellsworth produces 180,000 pounds per day and goes through 2.5 tons of cheese curds during their two-day festival.
Craving a change of pace for your next Wisconsin vacation? From lakeside locales to stylish abodes, look no further…
More than a quaint and affordable way to eat, a diner is an edible snapshot of the communities they serve.
Few Midwest hotels are older, and the Pfister’s bygone opulence remains a show-stopper. Its dedication to art remains unmatched as well, as no hotel in the world has a larger collection from this era.
Wisconsin embraces the fish fry as an expected and much-loved dining option on Fridays. Find a fish fry in casual to stylish settings throughout the state.
Bundle up and head out on foot to one of these parks or hiking trails, where you can decompress and chill out (literally!).
What Wisconsin lacks in warmth during the winter it makes for in comfortable, cozy locales with roaring fires and warm beverages.