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Discover Frank Lloyd Wright’s “autobiography in wood and stone” on a tour of the breathtaking 800-acre Taliesin property including his home and studio. These buildings are the most personal of Wright’s masterpieces and span six decades of his career as one of America’s greatest architects. Taliesin is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ample parking is available for buses...
The Richard I Bong Veterans Historical Center is a fascinating and beautifully presented history museum honoring America's "Ace of Aces" Richard Bong, who shot down 40 enemy aircraft in the South Pacific during WWII. Contact: John Gidley
One of the “10 Great Places To See Art In Smaller Cities” according to USA Today. Georgia O’Keeffe, Andy Warhol, Marc Chagall, and Andrew Wyeth lead the nationally recognized collection. Includes the Historic Vilas-Rahr Mansion and site of the 1962 crash landing of the Sputnik IV spacecraft. Contact: Greg Vadney
Nestled along the sandy shores of Lake Michigan, Racine Zoo is home to some of the world's most remarkable and endangered wildlife with over 75 different species and over 400 individual animals. The Zoo offers immersive animal encounters, interactive education programs, and unforgettable special events for all ages year-round. Contact: Kristen Humphrey
Revered as an "American Castle," the Paine features an exquisite 1920's mansion with historic interiors, an exceptional art collection, and flourishing gardens. The Paine also presents changing art exhibitions and an extraordinary holiday display. Group rates and guided tours are available upon request. MOTORCOACH PARKING - FREE Contact: Nathan Littlefield
The Pabst Mansion was completed in 1892 for world-famous beer baron Captain Frederick Pabst and his wife Maria. This Gilded Age museum boasts stunning interiors, elegant furnishings, exceptional wood craftsmanship, intricate ironwork, and a brilliant fine arts collection. Open year-round for tours. Contact: Gary Strothmann
The Oshkosh Public Museum is a place for history, art, and culture. Our mission is to preserve and promote the history and culture of the Lake Winnebago Region. Since 1924, the OPM has shared stories of our past to inform our present. The cornerstone of the OPM is the Historic Sawyer Home with its world-class Tiffany Studio-designed interiors, listed on...
The original land and water adventure. For over 70 years these reliable, amphibious vehicles have provided groups with the ideal way to experience all the scenic beauty and natural wonder the Dells has to offer. Traverse exclusive wilderness trails, cruise the majestic Wisconsin River, and plunge into beautiful Lake Delton. Contact:
Immerse yourself in the culture and history of the Oneida Nation. Experience what life was like for the Oneida living in traditional longhouses in New York to the original log homes after the move to Wisconsin. Visit the museum, buffalo overlook and, of course, don't forget shopping, Guided tours are available. Contact: Leah Stroobants
Visit the beautifully restored 1888 lighthouse, keepers' quarters, and museum in historic Lake Park. Climb the 74' tower for spectacular views of Lake Michigan and Milwaukee. Exhibits and artifacts tell stories of the lighthouse, its keepers, and Milwaukee's role in the Great Lakes maritime history. Contact: Ann Wollmer