The state of Wisconsin is known for its vast forests, lakes and the many outdoor activities that are featured throughout the year. In winter, people take to the cross country ski trails that wind throughout the state. In summer, visitors enjoy the beaches, hiking, fishing and boating offered by the state’s many lakes.
The Milwaukee Art Museum is on Lake Michigan along with the annual Summerfest celebration. The Harley-Davidson Museum is a fun place for motorcycle enthusiasts. Miller Park features the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team. The Milwaukee County Zoo is a favourite for families with young children. The domes at the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory are always blooming with amazing plants and trees.
Football fans will enjoy a tour of Lambeau Field where the Green Bay Packers play and the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame. The Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is a refuge where families can walk nature trails and see live animals that populate the state.
House on the Rock
The House on the Rock was inspired by architect Frank Lloyd Wright and built by Alex Jordan, Jr. The Japanese-style house rests atop Deer Shelter Rock near Spring Green and features the Infinity Room with 3,000 windows, a carousel and various antique collections.
This family-friendly outdoor amusement park in southern Wisconsin features more than 100 attractions. These include boat tours, amusement rides, circus animals, live entertainment, museums and a waterpark.
Visitors can enjoy 21 miles of scenic and historic walking tours around Lake Geneva in southern Wisconsin. Late 19th century mansions surround the lake. Guests can enjoy waterparks, waterfalls, hayrides and beach activities. Dozens of restaurants offer various American and international cuisines that will fit any budget.
Baraboo near Madison offers tourists hikes in Devil’s Lakes State Park. The famous International Crane Foundation is headquartered here along with the Aldo Leopold Foundation. Mirror Lake State Park offers some of the best cross country skiing in the Midwest.