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Yerkes Observatory, home to the world’s largest refracting telescope, is an architectural masterpiece on fifty acres of Olmsted-designed grounds. Many of the most influential astronomers in the world have worked here since 1897. Restoration, landscape, and behind-the-scenes tour tickets must be reserved online. Albert Einstein visited. Now it’s your turn! Contact: Walt Chadick
The only museum in Wisconsin devoted to quilting. Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts is located on an intact 1850s German farmstead. Enjoy the restored barn, rotating exhibitions, and a gift shop featuring hand-crafted items. Customizable tours offer lunch and craft activities. Contact: Melissa Wraalstad
The Wisconsin Maritime Museum is the region's premier museum celebrating the rich maritime history of Wisconsin and the Great Lakes. Enjoy over 50,000 sq. ft of fun and educational experiences and exhibits. Tour USS Cobia, a faithfully resorted WWII submarine. Open year-round. Visit the website or call for seasonal hours. Contact: Emily Shedal
The Wisconsin Historical Museum shares the stories behind Wisconsin's heritage through exhibits featuring Native Nations and Tribes, the immigrant experience, frontier life, agriculture, industry, politics, and more. Contact:
With over an acre of exhibit space, the museum displays 120 vehicles on two floors representing more than 30 different auto manufacturers. Hartford is home to the luxury Kissel automobile, with the largest number in one location worldwide. Other exhibits include signs, gas pumps, steam locomotive, and a short track hall of fame. FREE motorcoach parking. Contact: Dawn Bondhus-Mueller ...
Explore the horse-powered world that existed before planes, cars, and railroads. Here the golden era of carriages lives on forever, with historic structures and a state-of-the-art museum highlighting all its wonders. The site features the 1851 stagecoach hotel built by Sylvanus and Betsey Wade, the first European settlers of Greenbush.
Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, this National Historic Landmark offers a panorama of Wisconsin history, beginning with the arrival of early fur traders through the heyday of the Victorian era. Costumed interpreters lead tours of the grand mansion, one of America's most authentically furnished Victorian houses. Contact: Samantha Matern
We would like to invite you to enjoy the Early Americana Town of Stevenson Museum hidden in the Ocooch Mountains of Southwest Wisconsin. After years of collecting antiques and vintage vehicles from the 1800s thru the 1950s, we have created the fictitious Town of Stevenson highlighting the early American lifestyle. MOTORCOACH PARKING - FREE
Alex Jordan's retreat opened in 1960 and has since has grown into an attraction with many buildings and exhibits. You will explore some of the world's most unique collections, including the world's largest carousel, automated music machines, and more. Contact: Jenny Greene
Cruise down memory lane with extraordinary views and stories of 100+ pristine collector vehicles spanning 110+ years. In this ever-evolving collection, you can find a car for every memory whether it be romance in a 1957 Ford Thunderbird or going 0 to 60 in 2.9 seconds in the 2020 Ford GT! To plan your visit, contact us at email@example.com or...