Wandering through Wisconsin

Madison -
Madison, Wisconsin's state capital, is surrounded by four lakes and actually sits on the Lake Manona and Lake Mendota shorelines.

Wisconsin State Capitol -
Exploration of Madison should begin by visiting Wisconsin State Capitol. Completed in 1917.

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art - The permanent collection housed at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art includes works by Andy Warhol, Cindy Sherman, and Robert Mapplethorpe. 

Monona Terrace -
Officially called the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center, this building in Madison was designed by Wisconsin native Frank Lloyd Wright.

Milwaukee -
Milwaukee is Wisconsin's most populous city and deserves several days of your time. 

Harley-Davidson Museum -
Mention Milwaukee to a motorbike enthusiast and they'll reference just one name. Well, two in fact: Harley-Davidson. 

Discovery World -
Milwaukee's state-of-the-art science and technology center is known as Discovery World. 

Miller Brewing Company -
Wisconsin is noted for its beers, with another famous brewer being Miller, known for its best-selling Miller Lite. 

House on the Rock -
Not far from Taliesin East is another well-known residence, House on the Rock. Perched on Deer Shelter Rock in Spring Green, it was built in 1959.

Circus World Museum -
If you're exploring the state with kids, don't miss the colorful and quirky Circus World Museum in Baraboo.

Dells of the Wisconsin River -
Wisconsin's natural wonders extend to the Dells of the Wisconsin River, a spectacular gorge on the state's largest river. 

Door County -
Door County is one of the top leisure destinations in the United States. Set on a peninsula between Green Bay and Lake Michigan.

Sturgeon Bay -
The region is known for its lighthouses. Pictured is Sturgeon Bay Canal North Pierhead Lighthouse, constructed in 1903.

Ephraim -
If you intend to linger in Door County, consider a stay in Ephraim. 

Lambeau Field -
Green Bay is the location of Lambeau Field, the home field of the Green Bay Packers. Opened in 1957.

Copper Falls State Park -
If exploring the great outdoors is your thing, organize a hike through Copper Falls State Park. 

Mellen -
The small town of Mellen is where to base yourself if planning to trek the park over a few days. 

Ice Age Trail -
The daunting Ice Age Trail passes through Rock County as part of its epic 1,609-km (1,000-m) route from from Potawatomi State Park to St. Croix Dalles.

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