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Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce: 45.862232, -89.707989
Washburn County Tourism Association & Visitor Center: 45.823391, -91.890059
Baraboo Area Chamber of Commerce: 43.473607, -89.769382
Central Wisconsin Tourism Association: 44.539100, -89.576100
Middleton Tourism Commission: 43.095093, -89.511012
Portage Area Chamber of Commerce: 43.539808, -89.459934
Prairie Du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce / Tourism Council: 43.050070, -91.149322
Stoughton Chamber of Commerce: 42.918089, -89.214632
Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau: 43.977967, -90.503587
Wisconsin Dells Visitor and Convention Bureau: 43.626097, -89.775294
City of Glendale Convention & Visitors Bureau: 43.125033, -87.930140
Door County Visitor Bureau: 44.820388, -87.400487
Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce: 42.930795, -88.836636
Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau: 44.500206, -88.056561
Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau: 42.682347, -89.021886
Johnson Creek Area Chamber of Commerce: 43.083527, -88.774760
Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau: 42.584968, -87.821587
Manitowoc Area Visitor & Convention Bureau: 44.075711, -87.699993
VISIT Milwaukee: 43.037935, -87.911040
Real Racine: 42.726173, -87.958268
Lake Geneva & Beyond: Walworth County: 42.627986, -88.600660
Fond Du Lac Area Convention & Visitors Bureau: 43.772243, -88.480976
VISIT Eau Claire: 44.841522, -91.524397
Green Lake Country: 43.863117, -89.017933
Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau: 44.261090, -88.458742
Visit Beloit: 42.500383, -89.033260
Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau: 43.086900, -89.369100
Visit Washington County: 43.353637, -88.181884
Chippewa Falls: 44.933000, -91.400000
Shawano County Tourism Council: 44.763011, -88.609173
Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce: 46.450073, -90.184141
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Baraboo Area Chamber of Commerce

Baraboo Area Chamber of Commerce

Contact:  Bobbie Boettcher
Phone No(s):  608-356-8333
Email:  director@baraboo.com

Located between Madison and Wisconsin Dells, Baraboo is easily reached by Interstate 90/94 and State Highway 12. "Circus City" is nestled amid rolling hills and breathtaking bluffs, offering something for everyone; history, entertainment, culture, and nature. Lodging, dining, and events are second to none! 

 

600 Chestnut Street, Baraboo, WI, United States
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Central Wisconsin Tourism Association

Central Wisconsin Tourism Association

Contact: Sara Brish

Phone No: (715) 344-2556

Email: sara@stevenspointarea.com

Marshfield, Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids are conveniently located along Interstate 39, in the center of Wisconsin. We offer a casino stop, Amish/Mennonite tours, brewery/winery/distillery tours, garden tours, industrial tours and the popular Spud, Berry and Dairy tour (featuring potatoes, cranberries & dairy/cheese). Complimentary welcome reception with overnight tours.
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340 Division Street North, Stevens Point, WI, United States, North America
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Chippewa Falls

Chippewa Falls Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center

Contact:  Jackie Boos
Phone No:  (715)723-0331
Email:  jackie@chippewachamber.org

Chippewa Falls is positioned on the invisible line of the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Not just a destination, but a lifestyle that is vibrant throughout the beautiful four seasons. Nationally recognized attractions as well as our local charm and heritage, we have a lot to show you and your group! 

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1 N. Bridge Street, Chippewa Falls, WI
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City of Glendale Convention & Visitors Bureau

City of Glendale Convention & Visitors Bureau

Contact: Natalie Verette
Phone No: (414) 390-5500
Email: nverette@muellercommunications.com



 As the premier destination on Milwaukee's North Shore, Glendale offers top-notch attractions with a small-town feel. Home to the legendary Sprecher Brewery, Bayshore Town Center, a variety of family-friendly festivals and the award-winning Solly's Grille, Glendale invites you to enjoy the cultural amenities of our great city.

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5909 North Milwaukee River Parkway, Milwaukee, WI, United States
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Door County Visitor Bureau

Door County Visitor Bureau

Contact:  Laura Bradley
Phone No: (920) 818-1137
Email: laurab@doorcounty.com

Few destinations in the Midwest provide a combination of natural beauty, small-town charm and a sense of history as rich as Wisconsin’s Door County. Amidst its beauty are over a dozen quaint villages containing museums, artists’ galleries, boutique shops, wineries and performing arts venues.
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1015 Green Bay Road, Sturgeon Bay, WI, United States
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Fond Du Lac Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Fond Du Lac Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 

Contact:  Liz Engh
Phone No: (920) 923-3010
Email: lengh@fdl.com

Fond du Lac and the Lake Winnebago region is your hub & spoke destination to over 70 attractions. From the endearing charm of Wisconsin supper clubs to historic and agricultural excursions, to hands-on experiences, we invite you to begin your next adventure in Fond du Lac. We invite you to C’mon In.

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171 South Pioneer Road, Fond du Lac, WI, United States
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Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce

Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce

Contact:  Jennifer Welsh
Phone No:  (920)563-3210
Email:  tourism@fortchamber.com

Explore Fort Atkinson where historic sites meet Broadway lights! From Broadway entertainment at The Fireside Dinner Theatre to unique historical attractions, including the Hoard Historical Museum and National Dairy Shrine, to exciting recreational and shopping opportunities, Fort Atkinson offers the perfect mix of big city amenities and small-town charm.

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244 North Main Street, Fort Atkinson, WI, United States
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Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau

Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau

Contact:  Alison Hutchinson

Phone No:  (920)734-3358

Email:  ahutchinson@foxcities.org

Nestled along the Fox River and Lake Winnebago are 20 communities that comprise Greater Appleton, also known as the Fox Cities. 

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3433 West College Avenue, Appleton, WI, United States
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Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau

Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau

Contact: Julie Gerczak
Phone No: (920) 405-1154
Email: julie@greenbay.com

The Greater Green Bay CVB invites visitors to experience Green Bay’s many attractions! Take a culinary or historical tour, go shopping, stop at Green Bay Botanical Gardens, or visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Lambeau Field. We look forward to welcoming you!
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1901 S Oneida St, Green Bay, WI, United States
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Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau

Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau

Contact:  Sara Lemmers

Phone No:  (608) 441-3943

Email:  lemmers@visitmadison.com

Madison may be best known for being home to the State Capitol of UW-Madison. But there's even more to explore! Our don't-miss destination is famous for its farmers' market and food scene, a "museum mile" that's all about arts and architecture, five sparkling lakes and local shopping on State Street. 

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22 East Mifflin Street Wisconsin, United States of America
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Green Lake Country

Green Lake Country

Contact:  Linda Ruggeri

Phone No:  920-294-1050

Email:  linda@glcountry.com

Come relax by the lake, in a spa, on the golf course or down the river in a kayak.  Green Lake County is a four-season destination with music festivals, wine tasting, water and winter sports, and fun-filled family events.  Our five cities are a destination that guarantees year-round entertainment for everyone in the family.  Visit these Green Lake County communities (click on each for more information) Berlin, Green Lake, Markesan, Princeton and Ripon

 

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Green Lake County, WI, United States
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Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce

Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce

Contact:  Rita Franzoi
Phone No:  (715)561-4334
Email: hurley@hurleywi.com

Rich in mining heritage, a visit to Hurley provides visitors with access to: 10 Waterfalls; Outdoor Recreational Opportunities; Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Hiking and Kayaking.

316 Silver Street, Hurley, WI, USA
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Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Contact: Lori Johnson
Phone: (608) 757-3171
Email: sales@janesvillecvb.com

Whether you prefer themed itineraries, industry tours, special events, botanical gardens or museums, your group will be delighted to visit Janesville, "Wisconsin's Great Outside." You'll discover a variety of group friendly lodging options and attractions in this welcoming "hub" location. Janesville is easily accessible-right off of I-39/90.


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20 S Main St, Janesville, WI, United States
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Johnson Creek Area Chamber of Commerce

Johnson Creek Area Chamber of Commerce

Contact: Leigh Price

Phone No: 920-699-4949

Email: leigh@johnsoncreekchamber.com

 Halfway between Madison and Milwaukee, with easy on-off access to I-94, Johnson Creek is within an hour's drive of all that Southern Wisconsin has to offer. Agritourism tours and tastings, history, nature and architecture at 25 National historic Landmarks nearby. Discount designer shopping, gaming at three casinos and year round outdoor sports abound.
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417 Union Street, Johnson Creek, WI, United States
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Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Contact:  Eva Hoey
Phone No:  262-857-7164
Email:  eva@visitkenosha.com

Make new memories on Kenosha’s Lake Michigan shore. Enjoy tasty treats at Tenuta’s Deli, Mars’ Cheese Castle and Jelly Belly Visitor Center. Travel back in time at five museums, climb a lighthouse, tour historic districts, ride electric streetcars, go charter fishing, shop at Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets and more.
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10519 120th Ave. 812 56th St, Kenosha, WI, United States
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Lake Geneva & Beyond: Walworth County

Lake Geneva & Beyond: Walworth County

Contact: Caroline Cornelison 
Phone No:  262-782-6000 / 800-395-8687
Email:  groups@visitwalworthcounty.com

Your group will love their trip to the Lake Geneva area.  With great theaters, unique shopping, historic tours and delicious dining, your hardest decision is "where to next?" From RFP's to custom itineraries to free welcome bags, we are here to make this Lake Geneva-area  trip the best one yet.
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2375 E Geneva St, Delavan, WI, United States
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Manitowoc Area Visitor & Convention Bureau

Manitowoc Area Visitor & Convention Bureau

Contact:  Jason Ring 
Phone No:  920-686-3070 / 800-627-4896
Email: jring@manitowoc.info




 Set your sites on the beautiful Lake Michigan coastline that Manitowoc-Two Rivers has to offer. Filled with the state's largest Maritime Museum and WWII Submarine, collections of fine art, browse-worthy shopping, and fantastic dining, Manitowoc & Two Rivers will welcome you with Midwestern charm and hospitality. Adventure awaits with interactive farm tours, cheese factories, historical villages, and live performances. Come "Coast For A While"!
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4221 Calumet Avenue, Manitowoc, WI, United States
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Middleton Tourism Commission

Middleton Tourism Commission

Contact:  Stephanie Goth
Phone No:  800-688-5694
Email:  sgoth@ci.middleton.wi.us

Minutes from the State Capitol and a short drive from Wisconsin Dells and Sp;ring Green, Middleton offers the area's best group tour-friendly lodging and dining options.  Middleton is also home to great local attractions, including the world-famous Capital Brewery, National Mustard Museum and fantastic shopping at Greenway Station.
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1811 Parmenter Street, Middleton, WI, United States
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Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce

Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce

Contact:  Jane Kincheloe
Phone No.:  715-356-5266
Email:  jane@minocqua.org

The Minocqua area is uncommonly effective at renewing the memories to days gone by.  A destination should be welcoming, relaxing and above all interesting.  Our itineraries will give your travelers a real taste of the north including lumberjacks and Native American culture.  Let us help you plan your next trip north.

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8216 Hwy 51, Minocqua, WI, United States
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Portage Area Chamber of Commerce

Portage Area Chamber of Commerce

Contact: Marianne Hanson
Phone No: (608) 742-6242
Email: pacc@portagewi.com

Historic Portage, located in south central Wisconsin, next to the beautiful Wisconsin and Fox Rivers has roots dating back to the explorers Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet. We invite you to explore our fascinating historic sites, natural beauty along the rivers, performing arts center and our unique downtown.
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104 West Cook Street, Portage, WI, United States
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Prairie Du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce / Tourism Council

Prairie Du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce / Tourism Council

Contact: 
Phone No: (608) 326-8555
Email: pdccoc@mhtc.net

Prairie du Chien is the oldest community on the Upper Mississippi River. Fascinating history, towering bluffs, unique shops, and restaurants, make this area a memorable visit. The city lies at the center of the National Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge, and is internationally known for its premier viewing of migratory waterfowl.

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211 South Main Street, Prairie du Chien, WI, United States
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Real Racine

Real Racine

Contact:  Eileen Arnold
Phone No: (262) 884-6407
Email: eileen@realracine.com

Frank Lloyd Wright Architectural tours, Danish bakery tours, CNH Tractor Co. factory tours, the majestic Wind Point Lighthouse, and the largest collection of American Contemporary Craft Art Museum in the country. These are just a few of the things your groups will see while in Racine.
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14015 Washington Avenue, Sturtevant, WI, United States
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Shawano County Tourism Council

Shawano County Tourism Council

Contact:  Patti Peterson

Phone No:  (715)524-2139

Email:  tourism@shawano.com

View over 320 Barn quilts as you travel our picturesque countryside. Savor authentic Amish home cooking and hospitality. Tour the Sun Drop museum and experience the fun interactive displays and sampling room. See the "Wall of Wittenburg" murals and visit the world famous Nueske's Applewood Smoked Meats retail store.

 

1263 S Main St, Shawano, WI
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Stoughton Chamber of Commerce

Stoughton Chamber of Commerce

Contact:  Susan Liimatta
Phone No: (608) 873-7912
Email: visitorservices@stoughtonwi.com

Located just south of Madison on the Yahara River, a stroll through downtown reflects our Norwegian heritage. You'll find boutique shopping, galleries, a craft brewery, and locally owned restaurants in a historic setting. Top attractions are the Stoughton Opera House and the new Norwegian Heritage Center. 

 

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532 E Main St, Stoughton, WI, United States
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Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau

Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau

Contact: Tina Thompson
Phone No: (608) 372-2166
Email: tthompson@tomahwisconsin.com

Surrounded by scenic beauty, Tomah is place to stay for leisure travel. Spend a day touring the cranberry bogs. Travel through Amish country to shop and enjoy the historical culture. Take a day with the girls for shopping at locally owned specialty shops. We have itineraries for all sorts of fun!

901 Kilbourn Avenue, Tomah, WI, United States
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Visit Beloit

Visit Beloit

Contact:  Matthew Bosen

Email:  matt@visitbeloit.com

Phone No:  (608) 313-1366

What’s your group looking for? An award-winning farmers’ market in a beautifully historic downtown? A charming Wisconsin supper club or new-age burger joint? Live music on the riverfront? A visit to the only 5-arch stone bridge in the world? Truth is, adventures of all kinds are forged here in Beloit.

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500 Public Ave, Beloit, WI, United States
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VISIT Eau Claire

VISIT Eau Claire

Contact:  Lori Konkler 
Phone No:  (715) 379-2155
Email:  lori@visiteauclaire.com
 

Visit Eau Claire! A destination for music lovers, we are home to several music festivals including; Eaux Claires, Rock Fest & Country Jam USA. If music is not your thing, no worries, we're also known for many breweries & wineries, art scene, fantastic dining, outdoor activities & sporting events! 

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4319 Jeffers Road, Eau Claire, WI, United States
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VISIT Milwaukee
VISIT Milwaukee
Contact: Jill Hauck
Phone No: (414) 287-4249
Email: jhauck@milwaukee.org

The unique mix of old-world charm and new-world vigor makes Milwaukee the ideal tour destination. A summer full of festivals, mansions, gardens, museums, breweries, shopping and Potawatomi Hotel & Casino offer year-round excitement. Discover our incredible city, from the sparkling waters of Lake Michigan to our rich cultural heritage.

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648 N Plankinton Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States
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Visit Washington County

Visit Washington County

Contact:  Elaine Motl

Phone No: (262)677-5069

Email:  info@visitwashingtoncounty.com

Located 35 minutes northwest of Milwaukee, Washington County is a rich blend of culture and recreation.  The rolling hills create picturesque drives and the cultural attractions delight our visitors.

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3000 County Highway PV, West Bend, WI, United States
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Washburn County Tourism Association & Visitor Center

Washburn County Tourism Association & Visitor Center

Contact: Michelle Martin
Phone No: (715)-635-9696
Email: tourwashburncounty@centurytel.net
Located in beautiful Northwest Wisconsin; 90 minutes from Eau Claire and Duluth. Over a dozen group tour attractions within a 20 minute drive, including: scenic train ride and railroad museum, historical museums, distillery and certified organic winery, world’s largest musky hatchery, and a national park interpretive center. Let us help you plan your group tour to Northern Wisconsin.

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122 N River St, Spooner, WI, United States
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Wisconsin Dells Visitor and Convention Bureau

Wisconsin Dells Visitor and Convention Bureau

Contact: Natalja Deduna
Phone No:  (800) 223-3557
Email: natalja@wisdells.com

Wisconsin Dells bus tours are as popular as ever. So if you're looking for a motorcoach tour that offers a compelling combination of historic, modern, scenic, exhilarating, delicious and entertaining, then hop on the bus marked Wisconsin Dells! Start planning your next group outing today at GatherInTheDells.com.
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701 Superior St, Wisconsin Dells, WI, United States