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Things to do in Wisconsin
Abbotsford - sample and learn about Colby Cheese
People in the area of Abbotsford have been enjoying Colby cheese since its creation back in 1874. It has been named after the small village in which it was made and produced at that time. This is a semi hard cheese which has a very mild in taste and interesting colour. It is ideal for eating with biscuits, crackers or in a sandwich, but it is not often used for cooking. Call in to the factory to learn about the production process and to sample some of this tasty end product.
Brookfield - spend money at Brookfield Square
To satisfy all your shopping needs take a trip to Brookfield Square where you will find a wide variety of shops providing almost everything you could want from a shopping mall. Serving the community since 1967 the Mall has a number of the main chain stores you would expect to find along with some interesting small boutique shops and a food hall for when you get hungry.
Green Bay - visit the Hazelwood Historic House Museum
Take a trip back to the end of the 19th century and relive the lifestyle of the time when you visit the Hazelwood Historic House Museum, which is located in the impressive, Hazelwood House. The outside of the house is Greek revival in design whilst its 10 interior rooms are finished in a variety of styles from the period. The Museum is open on the weekends in May and Thursday to Sunday between June and August.
Green Bay - vist the Packers hall of fame
The Green Bay Packers have been playing football for over 90 years. Much of their history can be found in their Hall of Fame, in Green Bay. Here you will find a wide range of exhibits including the 3 Superbowl Trophies that the Packers have won in their time, along with details of the inductees to the Hall of Fame, together with their uniforms and playing equipment.
Jefferson - take a day trip through the countryside
The countryside around Jefferson is filled with small hamlets tucked away in small valleys. Each comes with their own history. They are hidden from prying eyes amongst the trees that are all over the state. It was in this area that Abraham Lincoln discovered his horse had been stolen after his discharge from the army Here you will be assured of a friendly, warm welcome in any of the hamlets or villages that you visit.
Madison - explore the Wisconsin State Capitol
Located between 2 lakes the Wisconsin State Capitol has one of the nicest of the various State capitols around the country. It is the proud possessor of the only granite dome in the United States. A tour around the interior shows the lavish finish that the designers opted for at the time, and reflects the diversity of the populace of the State.
Madison - hike at the Ice Age National Scenic Trail
The landscape of Wisconsin was created by the glacier that covered much of the United States in the last Ice Age. The 1,200 mile long Ice Age National Scenic Trail, winds its way through the State. Take a trip along part of the trail and see evidence of the path of the glacier in the form of lakes, valleys and rolling hills, and enjoy some of the pastimes on offer, as a result of the changes the glacier made.
Milwaukee - float on water at Lake Michigan
Take a relaxing tour down the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan on one of the pontoon boats that ply the river. They offer unique views of the city. Informative guides will give you a commentary on the city and how the river has affected its growth over the years. There are also special wine and brewery river tours for those that would like to try something a little out of the ordinary.
Milwaukee - get close to the animals at county zoo
Created in 1892 as small mammal and bird exhibit, the Milwaukee County Zoo has grown in to one of the best zoo's in the country. It is home to an impressive number of birds and animals, currently over 2,500 from a wide range of species. The zoo has an impressive number of American animals that are seldom seen in the wild anymore, including bears and deer. Be sure to take time to look round the extensive collection of birds, considered to be one of the finest in the country.
Milwaukee - grab a beer and tour the Milwaukee Brewing Company
Milwaukee is recognized as being the brewing capital of the United States. Many of the best beers come from the region, possibly as a result of the large number of German immigrants that settled in the area, bringing their brewing skills with them. Take a tour around the Milwaukee Brewing Company’s Brewery and see how they make their unique beers of different styles and taste and then sample some of the finished products.
Introduction of Wisconsin
When exploring the state of Wisconsin, you have a great choice of good hotels to choose from, from charming bed and breakfasts to log cabins and cottages, as well as an excellent choice of accommodations and motels to suit all budgets. There are so many fun towns and cities to explore in the city. For nature lovers, stay overnight in simple Wisconsin hotels located in and around the scenic state parks or discover charming hotels located in Bayfield, the gateway to the picturesque Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, a wonderful place for boating, hiking and fishing. Shopaholics should visit Mineral Point for great and unusual arts and crafts or visit Princeton for its fun weekly flea market. Sports fans should visit Miller Park in Milwaukee or try a game of bowling in one of Wisconsin's charming historic bowling alleys. Or for a spot of nostalgia, visit one of the cool drive-in movie theatres dotted around the state.