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Long, cold winters and cheese are both common pieces of Wisconsin living. As the leading producer of cheese and dairy products, Wisconsin produces some of the tastiest cheese you’ll ever taste. Bordering Lake Superior in the north and Lake Michigan to the east, outdoor adventuring is part of daily life for many residents. Beautiful shorelines are part of the glory of living in this part of the midwest, but the Wisconsin River flowing through the middle of the state also produces tremendous awe.
Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin. Milwaukee offers an abundance of attractions including the Harley-Davidson Museum, the Milwaukee County Zoo, the Children’s Discovery Museum, and plenty of culture and entertainment. This includes over 200 acres of fairgrounds used for the annual state fair that attracts visitors from across the state.
Madison, the state capital, is home to the University of Wisconsin. A total of 23 U of W campuses exist throughout the state. College football is big news in Madison and the state but it’s the professional NFL team – the Green Bay Packers – that receive the most support. The Packers play on Lambeau Field in Green Bay.