A wide view of the Madison skyline featuring Monona Terrace and the Capitol building in the background.
Photo by Cassius Callender

How Frank Lloyd Wright Left a Legacy in Madison

Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the most famous architects who ever lived, called Madison home. His legacy can be seen far and wide on our skyline and throughout the region. Wright was born in nearby Richland Center and moved to Madison in his middle and high school years. He went on to take engineering…

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Things To Do For Earth Day in Madison

Did you know an internationally celebrated day like Earth Day got its start right here in Wisconsin. Madison has so much to do and so many ways to celebrate Earth Day, that you'll find yourself making plans to book an overnight stay. Take your pick. Rentable e-bikes. Park clean-ups. Hiking Gov…

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Brunch Spots to Inspire Your Next Trip to Madison

We can't think of many things better than heading out to brunch with your besties, significant other or the whole family. In Madison, we're lucky to be surrounded by such an impressive culinary scene. There is no shortage of delicious brunch menus with gluten-free and vegan options aplenty. Whether…

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Where to Share a Romantic Meal in Madison

Nothing says romance like cozying up together with a great meal. That's why going out to eat remains a date night staple. You just can't beat fantastic food in a beautiful atmosphere with even better company. Madison is host to a stellar culinary scene with dozens of James Beard Award recognitions…

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Your Guide to a Romantic Getaway in Madison

Madison has something to offer for every couple's version of romance. It's where you'll find classic date night offerings like dinner and a show. Relaxing retreats like visiting a spa. And the chance to embark on adventures that bring you closer together. A romantic getaway in Madison is the perfect…

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