These Wisconsin towns are famous for their Christmas spirit, and you can finish your holiday shopping with a hot cocoa in hand as you peruse their shops.
Long before television, radio or movies, community “opera houses” were the center of arts, culture and entertainment throughout rural America.
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.
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.
Spend the last days of summer in the most WonderFair way at the 2019 Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular® August 1 – 11.
Wisconsin is blooming with historic gardens. Take a stroll in a wonderland of flora at these three historic Wisconsin gardens.