Fall is approaching, and with the change of seasons, comes a change in seasonal beers. Here’s what to look for from Wisconsin craft brewers as we head into fall.
For a fall weekend along Lake Superior shores, you can’t beat Ashland and Bayfield in northern Wisconsin.
Whether it’s a beer-and-brats crawl along Milwaukee’s Old World 3rd Street or gazing up at colorful murals in Ashland, Wisconsin is loaded with walking tour options, including these seven.
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.
Nearly every major city has an arts hotel but downtown Milwaukee’s Saint Kate Arts Hotel—open since June—takes the concept to the next level.
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…