Wisconsin’s Architectural Journey – 10 Stops Along the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail

Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the world’s most celebrated architects, but did you know he spent much of his life right here in Wisconsin? Wright was born in Richland Center in 1867 and designed a number of buildings across the state throughout his lifetime. The Frank Lloyd Wright Trail takes visitors on a self-guided driving tour to nine stops across southern Wisconsin, tracing Wright’s steps from his birthplace to some of his most famous buildings. Check out the places you’ll see along this architectural journey.   1. Great Workroom at SC Johnson You’ll have major workplace envy after visiting the

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The Ultimate Wisconsin Bucket List

From our islands to our bluffs, our rolling farmland to our 15,000 lakes, Wisconsin is brimming with tourism treasures. Although not meant to be exhaustive, consider the following bucket list your kick-start to exploring the very best of America’s Dreamland: Take a drive down Highway 42 in Door County Catch a muskie on the world’s largest chain of freshwater lakes in Vilas County Hop on a bike and ride along the Elroy-Sparta Trail Sample deep-fried treats (and a creampuff or two!) at the Wisconsin State Fair Kayak the Apostle Island Sea Caves in Ashland and Bayfield counties (and return in the winter for a view of the

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