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Madison, Wisconsin

The state capital tempts with its famous farmers market, locavore eateries, outdoor recreation—and Badger fandom. Things to do in Madison include the Chazen Museum of Art, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and the Dane County Farmers' Market.

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