These places are the best attractions to visit in Wisconsin

Joe Mertens

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Wisconsin. The Dairy State. If you're planning on visiting or if you're curious about the attractions Wisconsin has to offer, you've come to the right place.

There are tons of attractions in Wisconsin that are worthy of a visit, but these are the best. It should be noted that this is based solely on opinion.

First on the list is Wisconsin Dells. The Dells has become a popular destination for many and is commonly referred to as "The Waterpark Capital of the World."

While staying at the Dells you can go on boat rides, check out the waterpark and amusement park, shop in the downtown area, golf, see live entertainment, or just relax at a spa.

Next, there's the EAA AirVenture Show and Museum in Oshkosh. The museum holds over 20,000 artifacts and in the summer they hold the AirVenture show that lasts about a week and features air shows, exhibits, and the opportunity to step inside an aircraft.

Another attraction is the House on the Rock. It's certainly one of the most unique places you'll find in Wisconsin and one of the most unique architectural houses you'll ever see.

The House features several attractions including the recreation of an American town, the world's largest carousel, a Japanese garden, and tons of other unique creations and collections.

There's also historic Lambeau Field, home to the Green Bay Packers, one of the NFL's legendary teams. You can stop by for a tour, see a game, or just do some shopping at the Team Store.

Pattison State Park is one of the best state park attractions in the state. It features Wisconsin's highest waterfall and has roughly 60 family-friendly campsites. The park stretches over 1,400 acres and is located south of Superior, Wisconsin.

Cave of the Mounds is a National Landmark first discovered in 1939. You can go on a guided tour that lets you explore the cave and its colorful crystals.

According to their website, admission is $18.95 for ages 13 and up. On weekdays, tours leave hourly starting at 10 AM. On weekends, they leave frequently starting at 9:30 AM. After the tour, you can stop by the gift shop and the gem mine

So, have you been to any of these attractions? If so, what did you think of them? Are there any destinations you'd like to add to the list? Comment below and let me know!

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