In 2000, a four-state segment of the Great River Road (including Wisconsin’s Highway 35) was designated a national scenic byway, placing it in the company of such iconic byways as Historic Route 66, the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Santa Fe trail.
An easy 10-minute car drive south of downtown is the gateway to Bay View – Milwaukee’s dining and imbibing neighborhood of the moment.
Take any Saturday any time of year — weather permitting — and you’ll likely see a group of cyclists bicycling along the shores of Lake Monona.
Exact numbers will never be known, but archival records indicate that between 1842-1861 100+ escaped slaves appear to have found freedom by way of Wisconsin.
Combine a botanical garden and a child’s book collection and you get a creatively wonderful destination for families located…
In Wisconsin, a Bloody Mary is more of a meal than a cocktail. If you think a Bloody Mary is just tomato juice, vodka and a pickle, these Bloody Mary professionals have a surprise for you.
Like the majestic white pines they cut down, lumberjacks of yore loom large in our collective memory. Timber still represents a key piece of Wisconsin’s economy.