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Madison, Wisconsin, Trip Guide

The state capital tempts for weekend getaways with its famous farmers market, locavore eateries, outdoor rec–and Badger fandom.

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Where to stay

HotelRed New in 2011, a 48-room boutique hotel across from Camp Randall Stadium offers a sophisticated stay. From $159. Read Midwest Living's review. (608) 819-8228; hotelred.com

Arbor House Organic mattresses and sustainably harvested wood characterize this green lodging. From $150. Read Midwest Living’s review. (608) 238-2981; arbor-house.com

Best Western Inn on the Park Capitol Square Perks at this convenient downtown hotel include sizeable, clean rooms and free parking. From $104. (800) 279-8811; innonthepark.net

The Mansion Hill Inn A luxe B&B in the Mansion Hill district is within walking distance of downtown. Ten rooms feature plush linens and gas fireplaces. From $200. (608) 255-0172; mansionhillinn.com

The Speckled Hen Inn This lodging opened in 2000 on 50 acres of bucolic land just outside town. Flowers come from cutting beds outside the front door, and breakfasts feature eggs from the inn's chickens and herbs grown on-site. From $135. Read Midwest Living’s review.  (877) 670-4844; speckledheninn.com

For more information: Greater Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau (800) 373-6376; visitmadison.com

Prices, dates and other details are subject to change, so please check specifics before making travel plans.

 

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