Top Tourist Attractions in Milwaukee: Wisconsin Travel Guide

Top Tourist Attractions in Milwaukee: Wisconsin Travel Guide

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3 Popular Attractions In Wisconsin

  • Milwaukee Art Museum: Art museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Wisconssin Facts:

    • Belleville is the Unidentified Flying Object Capital of Wisconsin.
    • Mercer is the Loon Capital of the World.
    • Marshfield is located in the geographic center of the state and is known Hub City.
    • The first circus in the US was in Delavan, Wisconsin.
    • Freshwater web surfers understand Sheboygan as the “Malibu of the Midwest”. Peak browse season, however, happens between September and also March … brrr!
    Madison, Wisconsin
    Top to bottom, left to right: view of the Downtown skyline and Lake Mendota from Picnic Point, the Wisconsin State Capitol, the glass facade of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, the Gates of Heaven Synagogue, and a group of four F-16C Fighting Falcons from the Wisconsin Air National Guard.
    Official seal of Madison, Wisconsin

    Official logo of Madison, Wisconsin

    Nickname(s):

    Madtown, Mad City, The City of Four Lakes, 77 Square Miles Surrounded by Reality[1]
    Location of Madison in Dane County, Wisconsin

    Location of Madison in Dane County, Wisconsin
    Madison, Wisconsin is located in Wisconsin

    Madison, Wisconsin
    Madison, Wisconsin
    Location in Wisconsin, United States, and North America

    Madison, Wisconsin is located in the United States

    Madison, Wisconsin
    Madison, Wisconsin
    Madison, Wisconsin (the United States)

    Madison, Wisconsin is located in North America

    Madison, Wisconsin
    Madison, Wisconsin
    Madison, Wisconsin (North America)

    Coordinates:

    43°04′29″N 89°23′03″W / 43.07472°N 89.38417°W / 43.07472; -89.38417Coordinates: 43°04′29″N 89°23′03″W / 43.07472°N 89.38417°W / 43.07472; -89.38417

    Country United States
    State Wisconsin
    County Dane
    Municipality City
    Founded 1836
    Chartered 1846
    Incorporated 1856
    Named for James Madison
    Government

    Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway (D)
    •Body Madison Common Council
    Area

    •City 101.53sqmi (262.96km2)
    •Land 79.57sqmi (206.09km2)
    •Water 21.96sqmi (56.88km2)
    Elevation

    873ft (266m)
    Population

    •City 269,840
    •Rank US: 80th WI: 2nd
    •Density 3,391.23/sqmi (1,309.33/km2)
    Urban

    401,661 1 (US: 93rd)
    Metro

    680,796 (US: 87th)
    CSA

    910,246 (US: 61st)
    Demonym

    Madisonian
    Time zone UTC−6 (Central)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT)
    Zip Codes
    ZIP Codes[5]
    Area code 608
    FIPS code 55-48000
    GNIS feature ID 1581834[3]
    Website cityofmadison.com
    1 Urban = 2010 Census

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    Top Tourist Attractions in Milwaukee: Wisconsin Travel Guide
    City Hall, Discovery World, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee County Zoo, Milwaukee's Lovely Lakefront, Mitchell Park Conservatory, Pabst Theater, The Greek Orthodox Church, The Harley-Davidson Museum, The Milwaukee Public Museum, Wisconsin Center

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