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Sheboygan, the largest city in Sheboygan county at just over 50,000 residents, lies on the shores of Lake Michigan about 60 miles north of Milwaukee, in east-central Wisconsin. Formerly a busy trading and fishing port, Sheboygan grew through shipping and industry, and was a major center of German immigration to the area. While shipping on the Great Lakes has seen a major decline and the commercial fisheries disappeared entirely, Sheboygan remains a prospering industrial town, and continues its immigrant heritage to this day, with vibrant Hispanic and Hmong More...
Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin, United States. The city's population is 596,974 with an estimated total of 1,689,572 in the Milwaukee metropolitan area (2004). The city of Milwaukee is the 19th largest city in the United States. The city is located in the southeastern portion of the state on the western shore of Lake Michigan.
Milwaukee has advertised itself as the "City of Festivals," especially emphasizing an annual fair along the lakefront called Summerfest . Listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the More...
Madison is the capital city of Wisconsin. The city is primarily built on an isthmus between the lakes of Mendota and Monona, in south-central Wisconsin
Through a combination of factors, including the state capital and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the city has more to offer than you might expect from a city of just 200,000. There are many excellent restaurants, an active theater community, lots of music, and good shopping. Yet Madison is just minutes from the beautiful rural countryside.
National groups and magazines rank Madison highly for many More...
Appleton is a relatively small city in central-eastern Wisconsin, with a population of approximately 70,000 residents. It is known as being safe, quiet, and visually pleasant. It is perhaps most famous as the boyhood town of Harry Houdini, the famed magician. Attractions
Theatre and musicals at the Performing Arts Center, in downtown Appleton. High quality shows such as the famous Chinese Acrobats, and mainstream plays such as Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables are occasionally featured at this venue. Education More...
While it is not known as a tourism Mecca, Milwaukee is a vibrant city with plenty to see and explore.
• During the summer, the venerable Iroquois offers narrated sightseeing tours of the Milwaukee River, Harbor and Lake Michigan daily at 1:00 and 3:00.
• Sea Dog Sailing offers sailing trips out of McKinley Marina. The Edelweiss I and II offer elegant dinner cruises departing from the 3rd Street Pier restaurant.
• The Milwaukee County Zoo features include a train tour of the zoo, sea lion shows, and a dairy farm. More...
Milwaukee's Old World Third Street along (and just West of) the Milwaukee River has many of Milwaukee's best restaurants and night-clubbing locations. Brady Street, on the Northeast side, also has many nice restaurants and shops. Brady Street and Old World Third Street are undoubtedly the two best areas to get food in Milwaukee. Brady Street consists of relatively inexpensive but high-quality restaurants, bakeries, and bars. Old World Third Street provides a richer variety and also many of the more upscale restaurants (and clubs) in Milwaukee. Traditional Germanic and More...