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Enjoy family-friendly activities, exciting entertainment, agriculture shows, delicious food, and more at the Wisconsin State Fair! Group admission ticket discounts and free bus parking is available when arranged in advance. Get in on the fun at the 2021 Wisconsin State Fair. Contact: Group Sales Department
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 and educates the public about the maritime history of Wisconsin in the Great Lakes region, including Wisconsin’s World War II submarines and USS Cobia, by collecting and preserving artifacts and archival materials; creating interactive exhibits; promoting research. Contact: Abbie Diaz
Explore the stories behind Wisconsin’s heritage through exhibits featuring Native Nations and Tribes, the immigrant experience, frontier life, agriculture, industry, politics, and much, much more. From educational and fun activities for kids to exhibits, walking tours, and lectures for adults, the museum offers engaging events to suit every interest.
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: Natalja Deduna
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 ...
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.
Northwest Wisconsin is full of hidden gems and Washburn County is the ideal hub to explore the region. Experience scenic train rides, breweries, wineries, distilleries, nature sanctuaries, one-of-a-kind art tours, national park interpretive center, state fish hatchery and so much more. Our custom itineraries will keep you coming back year after year. Contact: Michelle Martin and/or Kaitlin Hanson
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.
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