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One of America’s best displays of modern architecture waits in Columbus, which knows how to blend small-city hospitality with modern style.
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Illinois’ third-largest city spent years watching travelers whiz by on Interstate-90 on their way east to Chicago. Now, thanks to a revitalized downtown, an emerging foodie scene, new cultural...
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Enjoy a spring festival, explore a wildlife sanctuary, kick back at a farm. Our spring getaway inspirations include trips to cities, small towns and the countryside across the Midwest.
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Every March, you can follow the heady scent of syrup to northern Ohio, where the Maple Madness Driving Tour links historic farms and modern sugarhouses—and one village has flapjack fever for a whole...
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Along the Cannon River, 45 minutes south of the Twin Cities, Northfield and Faribault draw visitors with Victorian downtowns, funky boutiques, cafes, riverside bike trails and parks, and cultural...
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Play cowboy at a working ranch, discover six-shooter duels, and walk in the tracks of Wyatt Earp on a family vacation in Kansas.
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An appealing mix of culture and nature flow through Winona—a treasure of a city sitting on a giant Mississippi River sandbar.
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People arrive from around the globe to watch Decorah’s most famous residents—a pair of bald eagles nesting by the Trout Hatchery. But Decorah offers much more than these web celebrities, including a...
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Oakley, Colby and Goodland offer I-70 travelers more than just a place to gas up, eat and overnight. First-class museums, giant artwork and natural wonders make for a destination getaway.
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You don't need a student I.D. to appreciate Manhattan. Kansas State University’s vibrant hometown easily fills a weekend, but take time to explore nearby towns.

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