Madison is the capital city of Wisconsin. It is known for its ski-adventures, Winter ice sports and much more. This place offers a great experience with various lakes, museums, theme parks and botanical gardens. It also has an iconic building, the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Places to visit:
- Wisconsin State Capitol– This building was constructed in the year 1917. It offers tours of the place.
- Henry Vilas Zoo- Henry Vilas Zoo is free to enter. It also offers food & treats to its visitors.
- Olbrich Botanical Gardens- Olbrich Gardens is established in an area of 16 acres. It has various gardens within itself consisting of a tropical conservatory, a rose garden & a gilded Thai pavilion. It is formed and operated by the non-profit Olbrich Botanical Society.
- Lake Mendota- It is the largest amongst the four lakes in the city. It offers boat launches, marinas and the most popular winter ice sports.
- University of Wisconsin- Madison Arboretum- This university is spread over an area of 1,200 acres. This place exhibits a variety of habitats including prairies, forests & wetlands, trails & nature classes.
- Lake Monona- Lake Monona is settled in an area of 3359-acre. This lake features boat landings, public beaches, catfish, pike & many other fishes.
- State Street- State Street is a street and a hub for the pedestrians to walk.
Places to stay:
- The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club- The Madison is a hotel with extra classy rooms, plus an indoor pool, a bar & an airy restaurant.
- The Edgewater- The Edgewater is a place with spacious rooms in addition with fine dining & a spa.
- Graduate Madison- Graduate mansion is an ancient architecture with a hip cafe, a rooftop restaurant and bar & a 24-hour gym.
- Hampton Inn & Suites Madison Downtown- This modern architecture hotel offers complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi, an indoor pool & a fitness room.
- Hyatt Place Madison Downtown- Hyatt place offers humungous rooms along with free amenities like buffet breakfast, an airport shuttle & Wi-Fi.