10 Things to Do at the International Wisconsin Ginseng Festival

The cultivation of ginseng in Marathon County began in the late 1800s, but has been used by eastern cultures for healing purposes for thousands of years. Marathon County is the nation’s ginseng capital and exports 95% of the ginseng nationwide,…

15 Things to Do in Kenosha

Midway between Milwaukee and Chicago, Kenosha is a vibrant city that is full of history, charm, and more than a few unexpected surprises. From vintage streetcars and Civil War history, to jousting knights and Wisconsin’s only velodrome –…

10 Things to Do in Manitowoc and Two Rivers

Just seven miles apart from one another on the Lake Michigan coast, Manitowoc and Two Rivers offer visitors a fantastic blend of history, beauty and adventure. From the wonders that lie at the bottom of Lake Michigan, to the farm fields and…

10 Things to Look Out For at Madison Craft Beer Week

From May 4 to May 13, Wisconsin beer aficionados and brewers alike are coming together to celebrate the wide variety that the state has to offer. Not someone who knows the difference between a beer’s gravity, IBU and turbidity? Not a problem.…

A Wisconsin Woman's Five Tips for Simple Living

Written by Jodi Pliszka Were you able to join my daughter and I, and our mini-donkeys, in our Discover Wisconsin and Group Health Trust video?  The donkeys were the stars of the show!  Let’s talk about something that is happening to us…

Things to Do and See in Lake Geneva

With world-class resorts, incredible restaurants and year-round activities, Lake Geneva is known for being the pinnacle of luxury and relaxation. At the heart of this community lies Geneva Lake, offering ample water recreation and incredible…

10 Things to Do at German Fest

Wisconsin is a cultural melting pot, but, let’s be honest, it’s also notoriously German. From our beers to our brats, we embrace the German culture. While there are several Oktoberfest celebrations scattered across the state, there is nothing…

Spring is Springing in Wisconsin

Now that the snow has melted (mostly), there are so many exciting activities springing into action. With temperatures rising and the sun staying out longer each day, people are itching to get outdoors, and so are our beloved farmers’ markets!…

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10 Legendary Bars in Wisconsin

Fact of life: Wisconsin knows how to have a good time. Smattered across this fun-loving state is a collection of iconic bars and taverns worth visiting. Here are just 10 of them:

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