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Wisconsin Vacations

Wisconsin is said to be the favorite midwestern vacation spot. The capitol, Madison, is modeled after Washington DC. Its rotunda is always open to visitors. There is an open-air farmers market from early spring to late fall. The University of Wisconsin campus is pleasant stroll away. Your Wisconsin vacations will come across some fun sight seeing and perhaps a golf course or two for the avid golfer.

The Miller Brewing Company has grown from a small local brewer to the second largest brewery in the U.S. It has seven major breweries located across America. The Milwaukee Public Museum, where the Exhibits range from a Costa Rican rainforest to life size animated dinosaurs, is a delight.

Just north of Milwaukee, Green Bay is the smallest city to have a major league football team. You can visit the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame that celebrates the 60s when the Packers were in their hay day. Stop by and see the National Railroad Museum. Explore America's railroad heritage with over 70 locomotives and train cars and dozen of other exhibits to see on your Wisconsin vacations.

The Oneida Nation has a traveling 23-foot towering wall, which is designed to challenge individuals of all skill levels. The Oneida Nation has three casinos in the Green Bay area.

Take a guided tour on Lake Geneva to kick off you Wisconsin vacations. Cruise on over to the Black Point Estate and have a guided tour through the estate that is located on a bluff overlooking Geneva Lake. Geneva National Golf Club and resort has incredible all inclusive deals for your hotel accommodations and golf package.

Your Wisconsin sight seeing tour is just the beginning of fabulous Wisconsin vacations that lays head. If you live close enough drive on over or if you are flying, there are plenty of flights available to plan your Wisconsin vacations.

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