Wisconsin Travel Guide

Warm up or cool off at the indoor/outdoor Moose Mountain Falls Waterpark.

The annual event offers rock bands on multiple stages.

The entire fleet runs on propane.

Experience iron mining in an underground train tour of 2,600 feet of drifts and tunnels—400 feet below the surface.

This museum houses the USS Cobra, a completely restored World War II submarine.

Explore this re-creation of working farmsteads and settlements.

Why It’s Cool: Stretching three miles along the Milwaukee River, this wooden-plank-and-concrete bike-and-walkway features such local haunts as the Wisconsin Cheese Mart, which stocks 175 state cheeses; its Cheese Bar sells beer-and-cheese flights pairing Wisconsin blue Affinée, G

This sanctuary amid 26 forest acres has a pretreatment ritual so soothing you may forget there’s more to come: start by scrubbing yourself down with Precambrian sandstone under a rainfall shower, then enter the fragrant steam and dip into the plunge pool.

Cool Wisconsin weather is no match for Miller Field’s retractable roof; the ballpark’s signature structure can open and close in about 10 minutes.

Book an excursion on one of five full-time boats.