STRAWBERRY PICKING

Throughout Wisconsin, the June sun is working hard to ripen sweet, juicy strawberries. This is a great time to load the family into the car and head to the farm. Berry picking farms can be found all across the state. From Door County to Milwaukee, and Madison to LaCrosse, there are strawberries just waiting to … More STRAWBERRY PICKING

AZTALAN STATE PARK

Aztalan State Park may be one of Wisconsin’s most mysterious locations. A giant primitive barricade ¬†meanders throughout the park. It winds and twists over the land. Within the borders of some of the barricade and giant mounds. The mystery of Aztalan dates back to the year 900. During this time, the land was inhabited by … More AZTALAN STATE PARK

LEON’S WORLD FAMOUS FROZEN CUSTARD

Being America’s Dairyland, there is no shortage of dairy products throughout Wisconsin. While the state is best known for cheese, the custard should not be overlooked. Culver’s started out in Sauk City, Wisconsin and eventually grew on a National level. Kopp’s Frozen Custard became a Milwaukee staple in 1950 featuring the Flavor Of The Day. … More LEON’S WORLD FAMOUS FROZEN CUSTARD

OLD WORLD WISCONSIN

Sitting on over 400 acres in the heart of the Kettle Moraine State Forest is Old World Wisconsin. Old World Wisconsin is a living, breathing museum depicting American life in the 1800’s. While similar villages and museums can be found throughout the country, none can rival the size of Old World Wisconsin. This is the … More OLD WORLD WISCONSIN

MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM

Milwaukee architecture varies from classic to modern. Movable parts can be found in the mesmerizing roof of Miller Park, as well as the wing like design of the Milwaukee Art Museum. Sitting on the shore of Lake Michigan, the post-modern design of the Quadracci Pavilion by Santiago Calatrava, incorporates¬†elements of the original 1957 building, maritime … More MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM