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With miles of bike trails, a spacious arboretum and sparkling downtown lakes, Madison is regularly recognized as a great place for those who enjoy being active.
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Summer is the perfect time to visit Wisconsin's funky capital. Whether you're browsing the farmers' market or biking around a lake, it's easy to get swept up in Madison's...
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Buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the National Mustard Museum and the Chazen Museum of Art are just a few of the free things in Wisconsin.
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Consume calories and burn ’em on Madison-based Capital City Food Tours’ three-hour Around the Square Tour, covering five stops during a 1½-mile stroll.
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In Wisconsin’s quirkiest city, Christmas trees and Festivus poles reside under the same roof, and fried cheese joins charcuterie on appetizer menus. Madison visitors can craft a holiday trip that...
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Madison—the capital of Wisconsin and the home of the University of Wisconsin Badgers—is often billed as an active, athletic town. But it's also a great place to bring your family. Whether you...
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Madison offers a wealth of free or low-cost entertainment options to keep you entertained, including the Olbrich Botanical Gardens, the State Capitol, and the University of Wisconsin Arboretum.
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Lakes and a famous market encourage outdoor fun—such as learning to paddleboard—in Wisconsin’s capital city.
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The state capital tempts with locavore eateries, outdoor rec, museums—and Badger fandom.
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This university-anchored city gets an extra dose of sophistication from its role as state capital. Lakes and a famous market encourage outdoor fun. Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat...

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