Amazing autumn colors in the rural landscape
Bales of hay in grasslands in Slinger Hills
Milwaukee skyline at sunset on the shores of Lake Michigan
Brown County Courthouse in Green Bay
Winding boardwalk through the Witch's Gulch, a slot canyon in the Dells
Fish-herding pelicans in the sleet on Tichigan Lake in Racine County
Windhover Hall, the grand entrance hall for the Quadracci Pavilion at Milwaukee Art Museum
Ice formations at the Apostle Islands National Lake Shore
The striking architecture of the Milwaukee Art Museum
Tulips outside the state capitol building in Madison
- Major Airports:
- General Mitchell/Milwaukee (MKE)
- The Badger State
Adventures to discover on land and sea
Drones over Wisconsin
Getting lost here is something you’ll want to do, especially once you take in the gorgeous glacial landscape cross-stitched with lakes and counting forests and bluffs among its many charms. No stranger to quintessential white winters, Wisconsin’s natural assets can be enjoyed year round. Climb lighthouses for views of the Great Lakes. Hike to scenic bluffs and hidden waterfalls, or explore amazing sea caves. Take a scenic drive in autumn to see the stunning foliage.
Visit wineries, eat local, fresh-from-the-farm fare and stay in a cozy cabin. Or upgrade to a spa experience and a little fine art followed by world-class golfing. You can tour cheese factories, visit a motorcycle museum or walk a trail that dates to the Ice Age, so build some room into the itinerary for exploring Wisconsin’s contributions to culture and history.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Trail features nine sites designed by the Wisconsin-native architect.
Although the town of Warrens only has 400 residents, it draws 100,000 visitors each September for the world’s largest cranberry festival. Wisconsin produces 60 percent of the USA’s cranberries.
Make room for dessert! The first-ever ice cream sundae was served in Two Rivers, Wisconsin in 1881.
Must see places