From wine-and-candy pairings to spooky nights at the zoo, there is something spooktacular going on in Wisconsin for everyone looking to celebrate Halloween.
Author: Kenzie Barrena
Housed in Pewaukee (a smaller suburb in Milwaukee), The Ingleside Hotel is the destination in Wisconsin for a picture-perfect wedding, thrill rides at its water park, or cozying up and vacationing with your pups in style.
From pumpkin chuckin’ to hot apple cider, these Wisconsin-based pumpkin patches are celebrating the start of fall in style.
Madison is the holy grail, go-to spot for runners. With the weather at the perfect middle between summer and fall, it’s running season and we have you covered with tips for beginners and seasoned athletes.
Oktoberfest has been an annual tradition around the world since 1810, created to celebrate the marriage between the Prince of Bavaria (King Louis I) to Princess Therese. Now, the festival has become one of the largest celebrations of German history, and Wisconsin is no stranger to the annual celebration.
Taking place August 5 to August 15, the Wisconsin State Fair has returned for its 170th year in West Allis. Visitors can expect to enjoy a variety of thrill rides, countless food options and exciting live entertainment throughout all 10 days.
The Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) AirVenture is back for 2021 and will take place in Oshkosh from July 26 to August 1. With seven straight days of world-class aerobatics, historic airplane shows and airplane rides, AirVenture is the event to be for aviation enthusiasts.
Known to be one of the most beautiful lakeside resorts in the world according to Reader’s Digest, The Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake provides a multitude of impeccable dining experiences, lakeside fun and amenities to make each guest feel pampered and right at home.
Located in the heart of Downtown Milwaukee, Cambria Hotel offers a one-of-a-kind experience with upscale accommodations, a design inspired by the city’s local flair, and a mission to help guests unwind and refresh in style.
After being forced to postpone due to the pandemic, Summerfest, the world’s largest music festival, is back this September in Milwaukee and ready to give concert-goers the experience they’ve been craving since pre-quarantine life.