I this post we will talk about the top Things to Do in Wisconsin.
1.ALLIED PARKING WTC DAI
World Trade Center Parking Ramp is the most visited placed in Winscon.
2.MN CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
The Minnesota Children’s Museum is a non-profit community organization located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, US. The Museum mission statement is “providing children with a fun, hands-on and stimulating environment to explore and discover”.
3.PAUL BUNYAN LOGGING CAMP
Records of a tourist destination in Carson Park (Eau Claire, Wis.) established by the Kiwanis Club in 1934 depicting a logging camp such as would have existed in the Eau Claire area in the late 1800’s.
4.RIPLEY`S BELIEVE IT OR NO
It is an American franchise, founded by Robert Ripley, which deals in bizarre events and items so strange and unusual that readers might question the claims. Originally a newspaper panel.
5.MUSEUM OF TORTURE DEV
The Torture Museum, Amsterdam is a small museum located in the heart of Amsterdam, near the flower market (Bloemenmarkt) overlooking the Singel canal. Included in the list of the world’s most unusual museums. It is a popular museum for tourists.
6.DELL BOAT TOUR
Wisconsin Dells first gained prominence as a scenic vacation destination in the mid-1850s, thanks to H.H. Bennett, “the man with the camera.” This local resident and amazingly talented photographic artist traveled through the Dells capturing wonderful images of the unique landscape along the river.
7.WISCONSIN BIG CAT RESCUE
Jeff & Jenny Kozlowski established “Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue” in March of 2005. They have been working with big cats for about 13 years, and have had their own since 2002. They are licensed by the USDA, and are rescue and educational center, as well as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
8.LOST CANYON TOUR
It was back in 1956 that Dr. R.O. Ebert started the horse-drawn wagon tours through Lost Canyon, the longest and deepest land canyon in Wisconsin. In 1967, the Kissack families took over the business and still operate it today, doing their part to maintain this natural treasure. Visitors ride through a mile of cliff-walled gorges in comfortable yet quaint horse-drawn carriages.
9.MT OLYMPUS WATER & THEME
The resort is themed after Ancient Greece, particularly its mythology and gods, and is named after the mountain in Greece where those gods were said to live. Mt. Olympus features an indoor and outdoor water park and amusement park rides, and the complex includes dozens of motel buildings that were acquired by the resort in addition to its purpose-built hotel.
10.Alligator Alley Adventure
Wes Moore, owner of Alligator Alley, opened the alligator farm in 2004. All of the alligators at Alligator Alley are rescued from dangerous places – dangerous to them that is! We transport the animals from unnatural areas to the alligator farm in Summerdale, AL, which is designed to give them a natural environment.
In the early 1950’s a group of like-minded landowners realized that inappropriate land use could lead to habitat degradation and loss of wildlife for future generations. Working together, they formed the Timbavati Association in 1956, with the aim of preserving the natural integrity of the area.
He started at age 13 working for WISN radio in his hometown of Milwaukee. He later moved on to television where, during a broadcast, he saw a water-ski show that became his inspiration. The Tommy Bartlett Water Ski & Jumping Boat Thrill Show was born in 1952 – a traveling show out of Chicago.
13.The Old Jail Museum
Resembling a fortress standing guard over the town of Jim Thorpe (formerly known as Mauch Chunk), the historic Old Jail Museum is a beautiful two-story stone structure. 1995 when it was purchased by Tom McBride and his wife, Betty Lou, of Jim Thorpe. Containing approximately 72 rooms, this magnificent structure shouts to all “Be good”! The building has 27 cells, plus basement dungeon cells used as solitary confinement until 1980, women’s cells on the 2nd floor, and the warden’s living quarters across the front of the building.
14.RICK WILCOX THEATER
The Rick Wilcox Magic Theater hosts one of the greatest magic shows in Wisconsin Dells. Milwaukee Journal theater critic Damien Jaques says: “Rick and Susan Wilcox perform a smooth 90 minute Magic Show that defines the concept of family entertainment. The show distinguishes itself with several qualities that raise it above the ordinary and the illusions are flawlessly executed with a touch of light comedy.
15.GOODY GOODY GUM DROP
The use of the expression “goody gumdrops” as an alliterative exclamation of joy was first recorded in the 1959 novel Strike Out Where Not Applicable by British crime author Nicolas Freeling: “Buttered toast, and cherry cake, as well as Marmite.
16.SEA LIFE MINNESOTA
Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium is a public aquarium located in the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, United States. The 1.2 million-US-gallon (4,500,000 l) tunnel is home to thousands of aquatic creatures, including a large collection of sharks, sea turtles, stingrays and freshwater fish. Freshwater exhibits include game fish from the northern region of the United States, several giant catfish and a 180-pound (82 kg) alligator gar from the southern United State
17.MILL CITY MUSEUM
It opened in 2003 built in the ruins of the Washburn “A” Mill next to Mill Ruins Park on the banks of the Mississippi River. The museum focuses on the founding and growth of Minneapolis, especially flour milling and the other industries that used hydropower from Saint Anthony Falls.
The park’s new licensing deal and name, “Nickelodeon Universe”, was announced on July 25, 2007. Construction began on August 27, 2007 with work to be completed in sections so 80 percent to 90 percent of the park remains accessible at all times. Nickelodeon Universe was completed on March 15, 2008.
19.IZZY’S ICE CREAM
For two decades, the husband-and-wife team of Jeff Sommers and Lara Hammel have been honing the art of making ice cream. By fine-tuning classic recipes while simultaneously upheaving everything ice cream has been in the past, Izzy’s turned the ice cream scene on its head.
20.Daisy Field Farm, White Haven Pa
Daisy Field Farm is a picturesque horse farm offering year-round trail rides, pony rides, carriage, wagon, and sleigh rides. Specializing in families and small groups, Daisy Field welcomes guests to try the sport, meet the animals and enjoy the grounds with a post-ride picnic or stroll.
The Houdini Museum is located at Scranton, Pennsylvania. Houdini appeared in Scranton and did several special challenges there. His brother, Hardeen, also appeared in Scranton and in its sister city, Wilkes-Barre. The longest engagement of Houdini’s career was in this area of northeast Pennsylvania, when he spent two full seasons with the Welsh Brothers Circus.