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At top wildlife-viewing areas like Horicon Marsh, spring arrives with throngs of migrating birds.
Wisconsin's cities, lakes and rivers, and small towns draw families eager to explore the state's beaches, museums, wildlife parks and other kid-friendly attractions.
Where do Midwest Living editors love to travel in Wisconsin? Here's a list of 10 of their top picks!
If you love to discover how things are made, Wisconsin has a free tour for you! Learn about jellybeans, motorcycles, wine, bath fixtures, beer and more--all without charge.
An autumn tour reveals tree-lined main streets, solitary beaches, and sunsets that splash pink and orange across the horizon.
Learn about the people and history of this area in Wisconsin.
On your way to a football game in Madison? Stop at this southwest Wisconsin town of about 2,600 and take in the art.