With its gently rolling hills and modern cities, Wisconsin is a diverse state with opportunities for all types of visitors. The cities of Milwaukee and Madison offer visitors a wide choice of urban attractions, including museums, festivals and abundant shopping. Visitors who favor a more rustic getaway will find plenty of destinations in Wisconsin's rivers, lakes and forests.
- Name of location EAGLE RIVER, WI
Winter heats up in Northern Wisconsin for the annual AMSOIL World Championship Snowmobile Derby. Known as the "Indianapolis 500 of Snowmobile Racing, the competition draws thousands of snowmobile enthusiasts to the scenic Northwoods from as far away as Japan.
- Name of location WEST BEND, WI
The University of Wisconsin-Washington County campus celebrates community and culture at their annual Festival of Arts in April. Artists from around the Midwest compete in a judged arts and craft competition, photography contest, and student art contest. There's also food vendors, a farmers market, live music, and gardening seminars.
- Name of location MADISON, WI
The World's Largest Brat Fest kicks off summer in Madison every Memorial Day weekend with dozens of live bands on four stages. Staffed by volunteers, all of the proceeds from the sale of hundreds of thousands of sizzling brats, hot dogs, and frankfurters goes to local participating charities.