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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 engages the public about the maritime history of Wisconsin in the Great Lakes region. Contact:  Caroline Diemer
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  ...
Wade House showcases the horse-powered world that existed before planes, cars and railroads. Explore the golden era of the carriage through our stagecoach hotel and other historic structures. Contact: Bridgitt Zielke
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). Contact:  Cari Greving    
  Milwaukee is Wisconsin's largest city. Visitors are always amazed by the city's renowned culinary scene, distinctive neighborhoods, world-class entertainment, and one-of-a-kind attractions and festivals. Contact: Megan Husband  
Acclaimed resorts, award-winning restaurants, and distinctive shopping are just the beginning of an unforgettable group getaway.  Enjoy lake cruises, stroll the Lake Shore Path, or hit the links.  Explore Balck Point Estate and Yerkes Observatory. Contact:  Jill Gaulke
Make new memories on Kenosha’s Lake Michigan shore. Enjoy tasty treats at Tenuta’s Deli and Mars Cheese Castle, 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 electric streetcars. Contact:  Kris Jensen
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