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Madison, WI 53703
Wisconsin REALTORS® Association
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Madison, WI 53704-7337
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Wisconsin entered the Union in 1848. It was the 30th state to
do so. Today the capital is Madison.
The nickname for Wisconsin is the Badger State.
Wisconsin is bounded by Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Lake
Superior and Lake Michigan. The state’s largest cities
are Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha and Racine.
The agriculture in Wisconsin includes cheese, dairy products, corn,
cattle, hogs and cranberries. The industries include food processing,
paper products, tourism and machinery.
Some of Wisconsin’s state symbols are:
is the wood violet
is the sugar maple
is the robin
is the badger
life animal is the white tailed deer
animal is the cow
is the honeybee
is the musky
- Sheboygan is the Bratwurst Capital of the World.
- Wisconsin snowmobile trails total 15,210 miles of signed and
tended snow byways.
- The National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame is in Hayward.
- Monroe is the Swiss Cheese Capital of the World.
- Wisconsin is the diary capital of the United States and also produces
the most milk.
- In 1882 the first hydroelectric plant in the United States was
built at Fox River.
- Milwaukee is home of Harley Davidson Motorcycles.
- Green Bay is Wisconsin's oldest city.
- The original Barbie is from Willows. Barbie's full name is Barbie
- The nation's first kindergarten was established in Watertown in
- The House On The Rock. Built in the 1940’s this is
an amazing complex with the center being truly a house built on a
60 foot pillar of rock. It became such a tourist center that it wasn’t
long before there were more rooms added as well as a resort and convention
center. Today you can wander from room to room including one
with 3264 windows. From ancient Japanese art to stained glass
to rare books, an aviation room, circus room, about 250 doll houses
and the world’s largest carousel. Besides the 14 room house,
there are streets, buildings, and gardens covering over 200 acres.
- Not far from The House On The Rock is Noah's Ark in Wisconsin
the nation's largest water-themed park.
- Do you like fishing? Rafting? Swimming? Hiking? Or just enjoying
the sound of rushing water? Wisconsin has enough miles of streams
and rivers to more than circle the globe. Additionally, there
are 5 state parks along the 250 miles of Lake Michigan’s
- In Milwaukee, you can visit the International Clown Hall of Fame
(did you know that the first Ringling Brothers circus put on its
first show in Wisconsin?). See costumes of many famous clowns and
lots of other historical artifacts.
- Heritage Hill State Park in Green Bay is a large park with buildings
that have been reconstructed dating from the early pioneer days. Actors
in costume explain the hardships and joys as well as the various
jobs needed to survive.
- Also in Green Bay ....you guessed it. The Packers live there! Green
Bay is arguably the strongest fan base of any pro football team. Do
you know why? The town actually owns the team!! You can visit
the Packers Hall of Fame and take a tour of Lambeau Field
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