From the Gilded Age mansions of Lake Geneva to the enchanting coasts of Door County, the Eastern Shores region has group-friendly opportunities for every interest.
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Circle Wisconsin has a variety of suggested travel itineraries filled with ideas, attractions, sightseeing, and things to do throughout the diverse regions of Wisconsin from the Great Mississippi River to two Great Lakes.
Your groups are sure to enjoy the tour you create that include the Northwoods & Lake Superior, the Eastern Shores, the Wisconsin Heartland, the South Central Crossroads and the Mississippi River regions. From urban cities to quaint historic towns and villages, you’ll find unique attractions of all sizes. You can experience the theater in a down-home country setting to the high production value of Broadway. Enjoy a cranberry marsh or a farm visit, wine, and beer for a delicious culinary experience. Come to explore the riverways, marshes, and lakes around the state; all await your group.
- Behind the Scenes Tour
- Century Old Tour
- Four Day, Three Night Tour
- Culinary Tour
- Maritime History Tour
- Genuine American Tour
- Northeast WI Religious Tour
Mississippi River Valley & Beyond
Northwoods & Lake Superior
South Central Crossroads
Circle Wisconsin Itineraries
Swiss Heritage and Botanical Gardens in South Central Crossroads
Water from Lake Mendota and the Rock and Wisconsin rivers has influenced so much of the South Central Crossroads’ regional distinctions, including its dairy and sawmill industries, Swiss heritage, and beautiful state parks.
Outdoor Splendor and Waterfront Activities in Wisconsin’s Northwoods & Lake Superior Region
Wisconsin’s Northwoods region, which spans the Mississippi River to Lake Superior, includes woodlands, lakes, and charming coastal islands.
Discover French Voyageur Heritage and Charming Main Streets in Wisconsin
Experience the Great River Road Beautiful forests and rolling kettle moraine landscapes drew French voyageurs and Native Americans to the Mississippi River Valley for centuries, and the area is very accommodating to groups who wish to explore the Great River Road....
Water Excursions and Circus History in Wisconsin’s Heartland
The Wisconsin Heartland—a compelling landscape of sandstone cliffs and rolling hills—has welcomed tour groups for generations. Whether you want to learn about the state’s circus history, cruise through dramatic gorges, or watch entertaining live theater, you’re sure...
Engaging Museums and Culinary Tours: Eastern Shores
From the breweries of Milwaukee to the cultural traditions of the Oneida Nation, the Eastern Shores region has group-friendly opportunities for every interest. Here you can learn about Wisconsin’s rich agricultural and maritime history, admire beautiful works of art...