In the 1920s, Frank D. Stout built a private golf course for his family and friends. Overlooking the Red Cedar Lake, the course design was based on the legendary St. Andrews course in Scotland.
Eighty years later, it has been fully refurbished with modern amenities and luxuries including world-class cuisine, our lakeside bar & grill, exceptional lodging, an indoor pool, and banquet facilities.
Perfect for weddings, corporate conferences and retreats, Tagalong offers scenic views to last a lifetime.
We think Frank would be proud.
Influenced by the Legendary St. Andrews
Tagalong. . .
Nearly 105 years in the making, the Harley-Davidson Museum, located near downtown Milwaukee, opened its doors to the public on Saturday, July 12, 2008. The 130,000-square-foot Museum adds a new dimension to the Harley-Davidson experience. Visitors will get a feel for the freedom, camaraderie and pride that Harley-Davidson riders experience every time they fire up their motorcycles.
Within the walls of the Harley-Davidson Museum you will find motorcycles and artifacts that tell the story of the Motor Company's rich history and heritage. Every gallery and exhibit is a testimony to the legenda. . .
Celebrated art. Dramatic architecture. Scenic gardens. Discover Wisconsin's premier destination for art and culture. Located on the shore of Lake Michigan in downtown Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Art Museum is a marvel both inside and out. Spend an hour or the day—there is always something new to discover. Visit often!
With a history dating back to 1888, the Milwaukee Art Museum's far-reaching Collection includes nearly 20,000 works from antiquity to the present. The Museum's permanent holdings include important collections of Old Masters and 19th- and 20th-century art. The Museum's collections. . .
One of the best ways to see the spectacular autumn colors of Wisconsin Dells is by way of an Original Wisconsin Duck. Climb aboard the unique amphibious vehicles and take a ride through nature's canopy of fall color in its full glory. You'll lumber along the trails and splash down into both the Wisconsin River and the newly refurbished Lake Delton for a classic Wisconsin vacation experience you won't forget.
Duck tours are one of Wisconsin's most-loved attractions. Original Wisconsin Ducks has been navigating the land and water here for more than 57 years. With 90 vehicles, we are the large. . .
Welcome to Lambeau Field, the crown jewel of the National Football League! After undergoing a dramatic facelift in 2003, Lambeau Field has been transformed from a football stadium that fans could use only 10 days a year to a year-round tourist destination with a host of new amenities and attractions. The Packers in 2007 celebrated the 50th anniversary of the opening of Lambeau Field.
Featuring the only true retro-look in the entire league, the glorious tradition and history of the Packers is carried forward in the "like-new" Lambeau Field with its heart -- the original seating bowl -- save. . .
On June 30, 1904, Col. William F. and Anna M. Vilas gave a large tract of land to the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association "for the uses and purposes of a public park and pleasure ground." From 1905 through 1910, the Vilas family donated an additional $42,000 for improvements, and public donations of $10,000 were raised for the enlargement and improvement of the park. The park was named in memory of the Vilas' son, Henry, who died at a young age due to complications from diabetes. In 1911, the first animal exhibits were created, representing the start of the Henry Vilas Zoo.
In 1995,. . .
According to the vision statement, Olbrich Botanical Gardens will be a locally treasured and globally renowned source of beauty and education celebrating the importance of plants in a sustainable world.
Olbrich Botanical Gardens is owned and operated by the City of Madison Parks Division in partnership with the non-profit Olbrich Botanical Society. In 1921, Michael B. Olbrich purchased the first parcel of land along Lake Monona. This land would eventually become Olbrich Park. Then, in 1952 the first structures were constructed in what is now Olbrich's Sunken Garden. Today, Olbrich Botanical. . .
Residing in the heart of Wisconsin Dells, "The Waterpark Capital of the World!! Now is the PERFECT time to purchase Season Passes or Gift Certificates! You can purchase them online or call our office at 608-254-6351.
Noah's Ark boasts America's Longest Watercoaster, "Black Anaconda", The World's Largest Bowl Ride "Time Warp" and the ONLY 4D Dive-In Theater in the world, featuring the SpongeBob SquarePants™ 4D Movie. NEW for 2010 is "The Scorpion's Tail" America's first looping water slide! Noah's Ark features, 49 waterslides, 2 huge wave pools, 2 endless rivers, 4 children's water play . . .
Amnicon Falls is located about 15 miles east of Superior, Wisconsin a short distance off US Highway 2. It offers 36 nicely spaced and wooded campsites and some attractive hiking and walking trails. It is more oriented towards tent camping as it has vault toilets and water but no electricity, no showers, no electric hookups nor dump station. However most of the sites are level so it is feasible for RVers who don't need any hookups. The park is open year round and thus available for wintertime camping and snowshoeing.
If you are traveling through the area, the park would make a nice stop for . . .
An exciting, entertaining, educational adventure into the past with World Champion Lumberjacks you've seen on the ESPN Great Outdoor Games ... a unique blend of sport, history and comedy that guarantees fun for the whole family.
Located in the Northern Wisconsin resort community of Hayward is Lumberjack Village, the home of Scheer's Lumberjack Shows. Lumberjack Village is the base of operations of our Touring and Wisconsin Arena Shows.
It is also the location of our administrative office and the training facility for our show performers. Within the complex we have our Hayward Are. . .
The factory store and viewing area are open daily Monday through Friday between 6:30 am to 5 pm. On Saturday we are open 7 am to 5 pm. During June through October on Sunday we are open 10 am to 4 pm. If you would like a guided tour for groups they are available Monday through Friday at 9:30 am. Please call in advance to make a reservation.
Come and see Wisconsin's only cheese factory still using real bricks to press their brick cheese. The product is so authentic that we're still using the same bricks John O. Widmer used in 1922. We also manufacture super- aged cheddars and an authentic Col. . .