No matter your favorite food, there’s a festival for everyone! Here are a few of Wisconsin’s unique food festivals, ranging from classic to quirky.
For many Wisconsinites, weekends are spent traveling from corner to corner of the state touring vineyards and tasting wines, and as Wisconsin’s winery scene grows in popularity, Vino Fest is born. This Tomah festival is entering its first year and will bring Wisconsin’s many vineyards together and celebrate all things “wine.”
Wisconsin’s fairs celebrate and appreciate all things local — from locally-sourced food and beverages, to 4-H competitions, to art shows and more.
Wisconsin is known as America’s Dairyland, and though most of us here in Wisconsin take in dairy on a daily basis (cheese, we love you), do we stop and think about the local dairy farmers that put countless hours of hard work into these beloved products? Discover Wisconsin teamed up with Something Special from Wisconsin™ to get to know just a few of the state’s many dairy farms.
Wausau is just about in the center of Wisconsin, making it an easy stop from just about anywhere. And it has plenty to offer visitors in the coming months.
Let’s take a deeper dive into some tasty recipes that highlight Wisconsin produce associations and their delicious products.
While patriotic celebrations can be found all across Wisconsin, a few cities do Independence Day particularly big. Here are a few of our favorite Fourth of July festivities:
Midway between Milwaukee and Chicago, Kenosha is a vibrant city that is full of history, charm, and more than a few unexpected surprises.
Wisconsin Dells is known for its waterparks, but there is so much more. Next time you’re there, try a few of our family-friendly favorites.
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.