Wisconsin Travel Guide
Do like the UW Badgers and hang out at this Italianate-style palace, with a terrace that has prime lake views.
As a United States Olympic Team training site, Milwaukee's Pettit National Ice Center has hosted speed-skating stars like Bonnie Blair and Apolo Anton Ohno. But the arena also operates one of the largest skating schools in the nation.
Housed in an 1840’s barn, check out this shop for 19th- and 20th-century American paintings and estate jewelry.
Grab your suits and hit one of America’s largest indoor waterparks, the 125,000-square-foot park at Kalahari Resorts.
Sit back in a horse-drawn carriage and view a mile of magnificent cliff-walled gorges.
The Sugar River State Trail in Brodhead offers up some 23 miles of biking trails, which wind through woods, fields, and farms, and by a beautiful covered bridge.
In winter, hit the slopes at The Mountain Top at Grand Geneva Resort, which also has snowboarding, snowshoeing, and night skiing.
In warm weather, the museum’s roof is the setting for concerts and films.
The garden features beautiful rose perennial, woodland, and herb gardens and promotes sustainable gardening practices and classes.
Hit the slopes on one of 17 trails; trek the 1.8-mile mountaintop snowshoe trail or challenge yourself with jumps and a quarter-pipe.