DESTINATIONS – DMOs/CVBs/Chambers of Commerce
|Baraboo Area Chamber of Commerce |
Contact: Bobbie Boettcher
Located between Madison and the Wisconsin Dells, Baraboo is easily reached by Interstate 90/94 and State HWY 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
|Bike Sparta |
Contact: John Hendricks
Sparta is the Biking Capital of America and so much more. Visit the Deke Slayton Space and Bicycle Museum, historic Wegner glass grotto, Fort McCoy's Commermorative Center, Sparta's holiday Kriskindlmarket and FAST Corps; giant fiberglass sculptures, tour the five unique covered bridges, or shop the farmers market and historic downtown.
111 Milwaukee Street Wisconsin, United States of America
|Central Wisconsin Tourism Association |
Contact: Tom Coleman
Marshfield, Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids are conveniently located along I39, 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.
340 Division Street North, Stevens Point, WI, United States, North America
|Destination Lake Winnebago Region |
Contact: Liz Engh
Fond du Lac and the Lake Winnebago Region is the ideal hub-and-spoke 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 advnenture in Fond du Lac. We invite you to C'mon in.
23 South Main Street Wisconsin, United States of America
|Door County Visitor Bureau |
Contact: Laura Bradley
Few destinations in the Midwest provide a combination of natural beauty, history and small-town charm like Door County. Over a dozen quaint villages contain museums, galleries, boutique shops, wineries and performing arts venues. No visit is complete without experiencing a Door County fish boil and a slice of fresh cherry pie.
1015 Green Bay Road, Sturgeon Bay, WI, United States
|Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce |
Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce
Explore Fort Atkinson small town charm where historic sites meet Broadway lights! From Broadway entertainment at The Fireside Dinner Theatre to unique historical attractions.
244 North Main Street, Fort Atkinson, WI, United States
|Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau |
Contact: Alison Hutchinson
Nestled along the Fox River and Lake Winnebago are 20 communities that comprise Greater Appleton, also known as the Fox Cities.
3433 West College Avenue, Appleton, WI, United States
|Go Chippewa Falls |
Contact: Jackie Boos
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.
1 N. Bridge Street, Chippewa Falls, WI
|Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau |
Contact: Julie Gerczak
The Greater Green Bay CVB invites groups to experience Green Bay's many attractions. Take a culinary or historical tour, visit the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, explore beautiful gardens or unique shops. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Lambeau Field. We look forward to welcoming you.
1901 S Oneida St, Green Bay, WI, United States
|Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau |
Greater Madison CVB
Contact: Sarah Lemmers
Madison may be best known for being home to the State Capitol and UW Madison. But there's even more to explore! Don't miss out on our food scene, shopping, lakes, attractions, arts, and architecture.
22 East Mifflin Street Wisconsin, United States of America
|Green Lake Country |
Contact: Jason Mansmith
Enjoy the peace and beauty of the countryside. The shared rich history of the area can be experienced in each of our local museums and historical sites, in the architecture, destinations shops, fine restaurants and R&R experience at our magnificent golf courses or top-rated spas.
Green Lake County, WI, United States
|Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce |
Contact: Rita Franzoi
Rich in mining heritage, Hurley provides outdoor recreational opportunities: skiing, snowshoeing, hiking and kayaking.
316 Silver Street, Hurley, WI, USA
|Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau |
Contact: Lori Johnson
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. Janeesville is ealliy accessible - right off of I39/90.
20 S Main St, Janesville, WI, United States
|Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau |
Contact: Eva Hoey
Make new memories on Kenosha's Lake Michigan shore. Enjoy tasty treats at Tenuta's Delis, Marks Cheese Castle, and Jelly Belly Visitor Center. Travel back in time at the five museums, climb a lighthouse, tour historic districts, ride electric streetcars, go charter fishing, shop at Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets and more.
10519 120th Ave. 812 56th St, Kenosha, WI, United States
|Lake Geneva & Beyond: Walworth County |
Contact: Caroline Cornelison
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 RFPs to custom itineraries to free welcome bags, we are here to make this Lake Geneva-area trip the best one yet.
2375 E Geneva St, Delavan, WI, United States
|Manitowoc Area Visitor & Convention Bureau |
Contact: Jason Ring
Manitowoc County invites you to visit us on the Coast. The coastline connecting our two ccommunities is unmatched for beauty and accessibility. Filled with the state's largest Maritime Museum & WWII Submarine, Manitowoc County welcomes you with Midwestern charm and hospitality. Adventures await with farm tours, cheese factories, historical villages and much more.
4221 Calumet Avenue, Manitowoc, WI, United States
|Middleton Tourism Commission |
Contact: Stephanie Goth
Minutes from the State Capitol and a short drive from Wisconsin Dells and Spring 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.
1811 Parmenter Street, Middleton, WI, United States
|Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce |
Contact: Jane Kincheloe
The Minocqua area is uncommonly effective at renewing the memories of 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.
8216 Hwy 51, Minocqua, WI, United States
|Mt. Horeb Chamber of Commerce |
Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and come to Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, where the trolls play. Whether you're visiting or just biking through, our trolls are waiting to meet you and guide you on an offbeat adventure. You'll quickly fall in love with our small-town charm.
300 East Main Street Wisconsin, United States of America
|Oshkosh Convention & Visitors Bureau |
Contact: Cathy Cluff
A variety of exhilarating events and wonderful attractions await your group in Oshkosh. Surrounding lakes and rivers provide year-round opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. You will love exploring our invigorating downtown featuring a beautiful riverwalk and waterfront dining. Oshkosh provides visitors with endless options for living life to the fullest.
100 North Main Street Wisconsin, United States of America
|Portage Area Chamber of Commerce |
Contact: Marianne Hanson
Historic Portage, located in south-central Wisconsin, next to the beautiful Wisconsin and Fox Rivers, has roots dating back to 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.
104 West Cook Street, Portage, WI, United States
|Prairie Du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce / Tourism Council |
Contact: Robert Moses
Prairie du Chien is the oldest community on the Upper Mississippi Rver. Facinating history, towering bluffs, unique shops and restuarnats make this area a memorable visit. The city lies at the center of the national Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge and is internationally knonwn for its premier viewing of migratory waterfowl.
211 South Main Street, Prairie du Chien, WI, United States
|Real Racine |
Contact: Eileen Arnold
Historical 1800's DeKoven Center or Masonic Center tours, Frank Lloyd Wright architectural tours, Danish bakery tours, CNH Tractor Co. factory tours, Wind Point Lighthouse and a museum with the largest collection of contemporary crafts in the country. Just a few of the things your groups will see while in Racine.
14015 Washington Avenue, Sturtevant, WI, United States
|Stoughton Chamber of Commerce |
Contact: Susan Liimatta
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 Norwegian Heritage Center.
532 E Main St, Stoughton, WI, United States
|Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau |
Contact: Amanda Grossell
Discover Cranberry Country. Wisconsin is the largest producer of cranberries in the world and Tomah is a t the heart of it. Bring your group and discover the beauty of the berry.
Tomah Wisconsin, United States of America
|Visit Beloit |
Contact: Matt Bosen
With a revitalized downtown, Beloit is full of historic charm, peppered with an urban flair. Experience an abundance of shops, supper clubs, an award-winning farmers' market and a world-class film festival. Historical attractions, a minor league team, free concerts and the world's largest collection of angels are just a few must-sees.
500 Public Ave, Beloit, WI, United States
|VISIT Eau Claire |
Contact: Lori Konkler
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 our many breweries & wineries, art scene, fantastic dining, outdoor activities & sporting events.
4319 Jeffers Road, Eau Claire, WI, United States
|VISIT Milwaukee |
Contact: Jill Hauck
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.
648 N Plankinton Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Visit Sheboygan |
Contact: Shelly Harms
Brighter beaches. Bigger fish. Better Golf. The best food. We're the "Malibu of the Midwest" and the Bratwurst Capital of the World. We surf, SUP, kite, wind surf, sail, kayak, fish, bike, hike, eat, drink, relax, spa, enjoy. And it's fun to say our name. How do you do Sheboygan?
621 South 8th Street Wisconsin, United States of America
|Washburn County Tourism Association & Visitor Center |
Contact: Michelle Martin
Washburn County is home to over a dozen group tour attractions within a 20-minute drive, including: scenic train ride and railroad museum, historical museums, distillery and certified winery, world's largest musky fish hatchery and a national park interpretive center. Let us help plan your group tour to Northwest Wisconsin.
122 N River St, Spooner, WI, United States
|Welcome to Glendale |
Contact: Ann M. Deuser
Discover Glendale, a premier destination for groups, located right off the highway in Milwaukee's North Shore...minutes from downtown and Lake Michigan. Tour legendary breweries. Eat award-winning burgers at Solle's Grille and Kopp's Frozen Custard. Delight in shopping and entertainment at Bayshore's Town Center. Enjoy warm hospitality at a variety of hotels.
5909 North Milwaukee River Parkway, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Wisconsin Dells Visitor and Convention Bureau |
Contact: Natalja Deduna
Phone: 608.254.8088 x320
Wisconsin Dells bus tours are as poular as ever. So if you're looking for a motorocah tour that offers a compelling combination of historic, modern, scenic, exhilariting, delicious and entertaining, then hop on the bus marked Wisconsin Dells. Start planning your next group outing today at gatherindells.com.
701 Superior St, Wisconsin Dells, WI, United States