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Wisconsin is a classic mix of European cultures, following the settlers from Europe calling the state home in centuries gone by. Bordered on the north by Lake Superior, Lake Michigan to the east and on the west by the great Mississippi River, Wisconsin offers a diversity of seasonal activities as well as Native and American culture for all seeking a change of pace.
In Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s largest city, you’ll find lakefront music and ethnic festivals, performing arts, professional sports and great shopping. The Milwaukee Art Museum hosts a stunning collection and the world renowned Quadracci Pavilion designed by Santiago Calatrava. And a trip would not be complete without a visit to the Harley-Davidson Museum.
Madison, famous for its ideal mix of cosmopolitan atmosphere and natural beauty, is the state capital and home to one of the largest universities in the world.
Take in a game and be part of the ultimate tailgate party with the Packers in Green Bay, get your ‘cheesehead’ ready and explore the world famous Lambeau Field.
Frank Lloyd Wright is widely regarded as America’s greatest architect. Wisconsin, Wright’s former home, is rich in properties created by the architect, including his own estate. Take some time to explore the many homes and buildings in the Wright legacy.
The Great River Road, a 250-mile roadway along the Wisconsin bank of the Mississippi River, is a treasure in countless ways – rich in history, ecology, small-town character, recreation and simply, natural beauty. Charming small towns along the river, nestled into majestic bluffs, where one can enjoy day or overnight cruises on a paddlewheel boat or just take in the scenery, bird migrations and autumn colour.