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Day-Trippin’ Across Wisconsin: Mineral Point

Mineral Point, an early boom town, remains an attraction in Wisconsin for the way it preserved its Cornish trappings.

Forevertron in Dr Evermore's sculpture park. Photo by John M Ford / Shutterstock
Not a Regular Road Trip—Check Out These Quirky Badger State Attractions

Here’s a look at some of the weird things to see and try in Wisconsin, including the World's Largest Six Pack, the Sputnik crash site, Mustard Museum, and more.

Devil’s Lake (Image via Shutterstock)
Never Been to Wisconsin? Here Are Places to Visit Based on the Season.

Wisconsin has a little something for everyone—but some places in the state are better to visit during certain times of the year.

Build in 1890, the New Diggings General Store and Inn attracts bikers and other fans from across the region for its food, fun and hospitality. (Photo by Susan Lampert-Smith)
Miss the Ol’ General Store? In Wisconsin, You Don’t Need a Time Machine to Visit One.

From Door County to the former lead-mining towns of southwestern Wisconsin, general stores still tie communities together.

Nicolet National Forest
Love Quirky Geography? We’ve Got a Trip All Mapped Out for You.

Picnic in the center of the Western Hemisphere, align yourself to the Poles, and cruise the Subcontinental Divide, all without leaving Wisconsin.

Toft Point (Photo by Susan Lampert Smith)
Door County’s ‘Quiet Side’ Offers Secluded Beaches and Deep Woods

Look behind the “Hidden Door” along the Door Peninsula's Lake Michigan side to find your perfect paradise.

(Graphic by Morgaine Ford-Workman)
Where in Wisconsin is JT Cestkowski?

Reporter JT Cestkowski explores what it means to be "Up North."