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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 in America. Contact:
Tomah is known as "Cranberry Country", but we head "Beyond the Bog" too! There's so much going on...Downtown Thursday Nights, Grand National Tractor Pull, Monroe County Fair, and Warrens Cranberry Festival. Visit our restaurants, shops and stroll our walking trail by the lake. Contact:  Tina Thompson
More than three million lights illuminate La Crosse's Riverside Park.  Among the splendor is a 140-foot Christmas tree and animated light displays fill the park.  Live Nativity presentation on weekends until Christmas.  Nearly 130,000 visitors a year enjoy this holiday tradition.  
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
Whether you are looking to get away from it all or want to be in the middle of everything, Prairie du Chien has something for you. Just a stone’s throw from La Crosse, WI, and Dubuque, IA, located along the Mississippi River, there are plenty of places to explore—and if you're feeling urban or just want to hang out with...
Open year-round, enjoy the beauty of the Driftless Region while learning about the area's earliest settlers: Norwegian immigrants! See their homes, their belongings, and hear their stories. Hike miles of trails through the wooded bluffs, and enjoy a typical Norwegian meal! Complete your visit with a stop at the gift shop! MOTORCOACH PARKING - FREE Contact:  Lori Dubczak
La Crosse is rich in scenic beauty, diverse attractions, cultural events, and first-class hospitality.  La Crosse attracts more than two million visitors annually as groups are attracted to the Upper Mississippi River and the Driftless Region. Contact:  Ben Morgan
A rich mining history pairs with bountiful recreation in Platteville. Explore museums, tails, streams, parks, art and more! Contact:  Wayne Wodarz