Aloft Milwaukee Downtown—located in the center of the downtown area on the Milwaukee Riverwalk—will put you in the middle of the city known for its rich history, unparalleled fine brewing techniques, and reputation as a manufacturing powerhouse.
Author: Kyley Warren
Located on Madison’s Capitol Square is Graze—an American style gastropub by Chef Tory Miller, that’s focused on creating comfort food that utilizes and celebrates the region’s local farms and producers.
Located near the Hilldale Shopping Center and just minutes from downtown Madison is the SpringHill Suites by Marriott® Madison—a 3-star, Art Deco hotel that features modern amenities and spacious suites.
Whether it’s through a road trip or an adventurous hike, the state has so many beautiful state parks and communities that boast picturesque fall foliage.
Settled in the heart of Delafield is Belfrē Kitchen—an elegant cafe and eatery that seamlessly blends simplicity and sophistication through its American menu offerings.
Nowadays, people are all about experiential travel. And while there are plenty of historic stays and boutique hotels scattered all throughout Wisconsin, if you want to truly immerse yourself in the culture of the state, you should consider a farm stay vacation.
Since movie theaters aren’t operating at full capacity quite yet, drive-in theaters are proving to be a prime alternative for film lovers across the country. And Wisconsin just happens to be home to a handful of charming drive-in complexes that are showing a number of popular movies—both new and old—on a daily basis.
Beer is a huge part of Wisconsin’s cultural DNA. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, visitors to some of the state’s most popular breweries are always inspired by the history and authentic taste in every draft beer or spirit concoction. Here are five breweries worth visiting the next time you’re in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin boasts a number of unique hiking trails and nature paths. And while they’re all beautiful, cyclists can often attest to the fact that this doesn’t necessarily mean they’re ideal for a comfortable bike ride. Fortunately, there are a handful of trails that are not only perfect for bikers, but also incredibly scenic. Here are the top five bike-friendly trails in Wisconsin:
Located on a peninsula between Green Bay and Lake Michigan is Door County. The area boasts vibrant wilderness parks and long shorelines which have attracted visitors from around the world—and made it a charming escape for locals.