Madison Wisconsin Vacation Packages

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Madison Vacation Packages

It is an area of Southwest Wisconsin that 230,000 people reside in.

Grab the kids and enjoy an afternoon of quality time at the Madison Children's Museum and Ten Pin Alley. Little Amerricka and the Honey of a Museum are also well worth checking out if you're looking for more family fun.

Housed in pens along the meandering pathways of the Henry Vilas Zoo and Vilas Park, a range of critters will keep you enthralled for hours on end.

This area is renowned for making a variety of fine beers, so why not get some friends together and spend a day having a look at the nearby brewhouses? If you're unsure where to begin, the Capital Brewery, the New Glarus Brewing Company and the Wisconsin Brewing Company are all up there with the best.

Strap yourself in for some thrills and spills at the Angell Park Speedway, the premier racetrack for motorsports fans.
The area's wineries sure know how to delight the senses. Meet the committed vintners, sample the delights and enjoy a great day out at the Wollersheim Winery and the Botham Vineyards. Looking for the next stop? The Death's Door Spirits Distillery and the Cambridge Winery are also highly praised.

Sit back with some drinks, challenge the blackjack dealer or simply take in the bright lights at the Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison.

Passionate plant lovers can explore local and exotic flora at the Olbrich Botanical Gardens and the Allen Centennial Gardens.

On a fine day, pack a picnic and find a shady corner at one of the area's pleasant green spaces, such as Cave of The Mounds National Natural Landmark and University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum. There's also plenty of room to lounge about in the grass at Beaver Dam Lake State Wildlife Area and Governor Nelson State Park.
Some time spent at Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center is an enjoyable way to get some more local information.

Lake Kegonsa State Park and Wisconsin River are popular and scenic picnics and wildlife spotting.

Tenney Park and Token Creek Park are popular with nature lovers. Make your way over for a nice break from the stress of the city.

Grab a buddy or two and explore some of the delightful exhibition spaces nearby. Meander through the hallways as you check out the different displays at the Wisconsin Historical Museum and the Chazen Museum of Art. Another two to look at are the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and the Wisconsin Veterans Museum.

You don't have to be a rocket scientist to admire the scientific objects and discoveries on display at Washburn Observatory.
Examine the different specimens on display while you make your way through the halls of the University of Wisconsin Geology Museum.

The Moraine Park Technical College and Swiss Historical Village are certainly worth paying a visit to, even if you aren't a history buff. More stories from the days of old await at the Pink Elephant and Governor's Mansion.

Spirituality has long been a part of the daily life of Madison's inhabitants. This religious history can be glimpsed at First Unitarian Society Meeting House and St. Norbert's Church.
Before you pack your suitcase and head off home, be sure to check out some of Madison's lesser-known attractions. Two worthwhile options are the Sunset Hills Golf Course and Wisconsin State Capitol. If you have more time to spare, also check out the Aldo Leopold Nature Center and Elver Park.

Accommodation in Madison

As you'd expect from a state capital, Madison features an extensive choice of hotels and other accommodations. You're sure to find the perfect place to rest your head amid the 84 Madison hotel listings on Travelhoteltours hotels guide.

If you're splashing out for a special occasion, why not check out the Mansion Hill Inn, at 424 N. Pinckney Street, and The Edgewater, at 1001 Wisconsin Place. If those don't fit the bill, make sure you check out the Candlewood Suites Fitchburg, at 5421 Caddis Bnd, and the Super 8 - Madison South, at 1602 W Beltline Hwy, two places where you'll be sure to find a bargain.