Wisconsin offers something for any traveller, from romantic getaways to family activities to outdoor adventures. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee offers a wealth of cultural and entertainment opportunities including music and ethnic festivals, performing arts, professional sports, as well as great shopping and dining. Iron Horse fans should flock to the recently opened Harley Davidson Museum. Travelling west, the capital city of Madison is home to a lively atmosphere starting with State Street and continuing through diverse cultural events and attractions. Fun is very much the name of the game in nearby Wisconsin Dells with its water parks, family attractions and scenic beauty.
Following Wisconsin’s western border, the mighty Mississippi River provides the perfect backdrop for visitors to La Crosse and other cities along the river. Visitors can enjoy spectacular river views from the bluffs, explore small-town shops or hop aboard a paddlewheel riverboat. Northern Wisconsin is famous for its woods and water, including Lake Superior. Its lakes and rivers are among the best in the country for fishing, canoeing, rafting and kayaking. Northern Wisconsin is famous for its woods and water, including Bayfield, the gateway to the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior.
||56,138 sq. miles|
||6 hrs behind the UK|
||Average Temperature: 43°F (summer: 67°F, winter: 16°F)|
||Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Ice Age National Scenic Trail, St. Croix National Scenic Riverway.There are 4 Parks|