September 2016

Issue 09.01.2016

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Madison’s coordinates give you much more than our location—they pinpoint the best reasons to visit Madison in fall! Come for college football, stay for the “Jump Around,” a game-day tradition loved by students and the press. Madison is rated as one of the top college football towns in the nation. Love food? Come for the fall harvest, stay to talk to local farmers at our various farmers’ markets. We have the nation’s largest, producer-only farmers’ market in the U.S. Want to stay active? Come for the biking and hiking, stay to witness the autumn leaves changing. Our Capital city is listed as one of the best cities on earth for biking. Regardless of your reason, Madison’s unique features and one-of-a-kind attributes make a visit in fall!


Unexpected Adventures

If you’re looking for something beyond the typical tourist experience, take a turn down the road less traveled through unique Madison events. The Farm Dinner Series at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin property pairs a four-course, farm-to-table dinner with a walk through the property’s surrounding landscape. Wollersheim Winery and Distillery is releasing their rare Ice Wine on October 6, a one-of-a-kind experience for any wine enthusiast. For the art lover, there’s GLEAM, an art installation at Olbrich Botanical Gardens, September 1-October 28. Beyond the natural beauty at Olbrich, this is a chance to witness professional sculptural and lighting design.