Wisconsin, which is bordered by Lakes Michigan and Superior, has a variety of landscapes and attractions that are fun to explore.
Wisconsin State Capitol, Madison
The Wisconsin State Capitol is among the most beautiful. It was finished in 1917 and has a 284-feet-tall dome on top that is only three feet shorter than the Capitol building in Washington, D.C.
Great Outdoors: Door County
This region of exceptional natural beauty is situated on a peninsula with a view of Lake Michigan and is about 46 miles northeast of Green Bay.
Oshkosh is a small community northwest of Milwaukee on Lake Winnebago that is well-known for two things: its prominence on the international airshow circuit and the well-known line of children's clothes.
Circus World Museum
Children of all ages can learn a lot about the daily operations of a professional circus at the Circus World Museum.
A Harley-Davidson motorcycle is the epitome of "freedom," and tourists visiting Milwaukee, the birthplace of the fabled "Hog," are well aware of this.
For the outdoor winter enthusiast there are places that offer the variety and access of cold weather sports.
The Dells of the Wisconsin River
This region of exceptional natural beauty, part of which is contained inside the same-named state park, is home to numerous distinctive sandstone rock formations and canyons.
Copper Falls State Park
Copper Falls State Park is one of the most well-liked waterfall sites in Wisconsin. Just a short drive north of the tiny community of Mellen.