|State Parks||Belmont Mound State Park, Amnicon Falls State Park, Blue Mound State Park, Peninsula State Park, Wildcat Mountain State Park|
|Beaches||Waverly Beach, Bradford Beach, Doctors Park Beach, South Shore Beach|
|Museums||Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee Art Center, Elvehjem Museum of Art, Circus World Museum, National Railroad Museum|
|Historic Landmarks||Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame, Villa Louis, Old Wade House, Theodore Lyman Wright Art Center, Dousman Hotel|
|Other Places||Wisconsin Dells gorge, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Cave of the Mounds, Alma and Fountain City, Madison|
The major places in Wisconsin are:
Belmont Mound State Park:
Located in the Lafayette county of Wisconsin, Belmont Mound State Park is a major attraction in the state. The main focus of the park is the Belmont Mound, a 120 meter hill topped by a 19.5 meter observation tower. It is a famous picnic hub for both children and adults. There are other sites worth watching near the park like the First Capitol Historic Site; the first session of the Wisconsin Territory Legislature met at this place.
Milwaukee Public Museum:
Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Public Museum is a natural and human history museum. It was made public in 1884. It is one of the most-visited places in the state drawing about one million visitors annually. The museum is famous for its exhibits of natural history and science facilities, scientific research and educational programs.
Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame:
One of the most important historical sites in the state, the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame was built to honor a single professional American football team. It is the first hall of fame in the state built in 1966. The Hall became a permanent site in 1976.
Cave of the Mounds:
A National Natural Landmark, Cave of the Mounds is the most significant cave in the upper Midwest. It is a natural limestone cave located near Blue Mounds. The major attraction of the place is the beauty created from the many varieties of mineral formations called speleothems. The place is known as the “jewel box” of major American caves.
Milwaukee County Zoo:
Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the Milwaukee County Zoo boasts of exhibiting over five hundred species of animals. It was opened to the public on May 13, 1961. The zoo is operated by the Milwaukee County Parks Commission. The major animals found in the zoo include polar bears, siamangs, bonobos and world famous cheetahs.