Bored of dinner and a movie? Check out these fun and interactive Wisconsin date night ideas for your next romantic rendezvous.
Arts & Culture
With an assortment of events highlighting the rich history and culture of the Black community, get ready to honor Black History Month with the following celebrations and exhibitions.
Thawing even the coldest of winter blues, the following are five can’t-miss winter plays in Madison, offering a warm and inviting escape into the world of theater.
Journey halfway across the world and check out National Geographic’s Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience now open through Jan. 6 at the Baird Center in Milwaukee.
As the snowflakes gently descend upon Wisconsin, the state transforms into a magical winter wonderland. What better way to embrace the seasonal spirit than by visiting some of the most enchanting holiday markets?
Spend the night meandering through a spectacular immersive light experience at China Lights 2023 at Boerner Botanical Gardens in Hales Corner, now through Oct. 29.
Light can be a transformative element in art. And that power is fully illuminated at Madison’s Olbrich Gardens this fall throughout the GLEAM | Art in a New Light exhibit, on view until Oct. 28.
Overture Center and Madison Symphony Orchestra recognize Hispanic Heritage Month with a jaw-dropping array of performances, visual arts and other programming, starting in early October.
In Wisconsin, fall is celebrated lavishly with numerous Oktoberfest events that capture the essence of German tradition and culture. From Milwaukee to Chippewa Falls, the following are some of the top Oktoberfest celebrations in Wisconsin.
Whether you’re seeking refuge from the weather or searching for engaging ways to fill your weekend, there are a plethora of places to enjoy hands-on indoor activities and art classes in Milwaukee.