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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. Contact: Vicky Galitz
Over a dozen group-friendly attractions including a scenic train ride, farm tour, distilleries, organic winery, railroad museum, art factory tours & creative area, and so much more. Our custom itineraries will keep you coming back year after year. Contact: Lindsay Barnes
Wausau welcomes groups to experience the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, explore the Andrew Warren Historic District, stop at the 45 X 90 Marker, tour a ginseng farm, and more. Big-city amenities and small-town hospitality await your next visit. Contact: Jodi Maguire
Sheboygan is nestled along the shoreline of Lake Michigan, halfway between Milwaukee and Green Bay. We're the "Malibu of the Midwest" and the "Bratwurst Capital of the World." From world-class food options to group-friendly attractions, welcoming hotels, and scenic vistas, we encourage you to explore "The Sheboygan Way." Contact: Shelly Harms
Racine County is home to the Wind Point Lighthouse (one of the oldest and tallest working lighthouses on Lake Michigan), award-winning North Beach, Frank Lloyd Wright architecture, Case IH Racine Experience Center, Danish Kringle, The DeKoven Center, and Racine Art Museum (home to the largest and most significant contemporary craft collection in North America).
Discover Milwaukee, an easily accessible destination on the stunning shores of Lake Michigan, featuring an exceptional blend of James Beard-recognized restaurants, brewery tours, and lakefront festivals all within 191 unique neighborhoods. Highlighted by attractions like the RiverWalk, Harley-Davidson Museum, and Milwaukee Art Museum, your visit to Milwaukee will be unforgettable! Contact: Kim Casey
Make new memories on Kenosha’s Lake Michigan shore. Travel back in time at five museums including The Civil War Museum, climb the 1866 Southport Lighthouse, tour historic districts and an 1860s mansion, and ride authentic electric streetcars. Go charter fishing. Enjoy tasty treats at Tenuta’s Deli and Mars Cheese Castle. Contact: Kris Jensen