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Genius. Murder. Affairs. No architect packed more drama into a lifetime than Frank Lloyd Wright, who left a thousand stories in a collection of Midwest homes open for tours.
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With more than 80 sites to choose from, the Midwest offers explorers of every kind the perfect place to celebrate more than 100 years of the national park service.
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In northwest Wisconsin, days bring hiking in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and paddling the Namekagon River; nights bring campfires, cozy cabins and starry skies. Check out our picks for...
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Midwest restaurants turn grilled cheese sandwiches into a gourmet entrée your grade school self would never recognize.
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Milwaukee maintains ties to its German heritage while celebrating the present at a motorcycle museum and fantastic festivals along Lake Michigan. Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat and...
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The Milwaukee Art Museum has been a scene-stealer since 2001 due to its soaring 217-foot-wide steel wings that rise above the Quadracci Pavilion each morning. Since its $34 million renovation and...
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In any of the Midwest’s most populous states, you’re probably within a weekend drive of a luxury hotel and spa. But residents of the upper Midwest—specifically the greater Chicago and Milwaukee areas...
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The best time to visit Wisconsin's Door County? Don't be surprised to hear many visitors say, "Winter." Besides the obvious advantages—great deals on lodging and no summer crowds—...
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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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