Honeymoon in Wisconsin

Wisconsin, the home to several cultures, traditions and languages in the United States of America, is not only one of the best states to live in in modern America, it has also always featured as one of the most prominent states in the US’s historical journey. Wisconsin has been home to people originating from different cultural backgrounds for more than twelve thousand years now. A honeymoon trip to Wisconsin will entail a tour of the historical sites in this north – central state of the United States of America. Get ready to immerse yourself in history as you plan to start on your journey for a honeymoon in Wisconsin.


Best Time of the Year to Visit Wisconsin


The best time of the year to plan a trip to America’s historic state Wisconsin is the summer and the winter seasons. While the summers are pleasant and ideal for a time spent outdoors while enjoying the sites, the activities and the festivals arranged by the Wisconsin government authorities, winter is the perfect time of year to play with the snow and do some snowmobiling.

The Wisconsin summer sky is clear, the temperatures are neither too hot and nor too cold, so you may venture outdoors and have fun with your partner fishing, camping and boating. But the summer months extending from June to September are also the most expensive time of year for a Wisconsin honeymoon because the rates in restaurants and accommodations go up subsequently. If you are not afraid of chilly winds, game to engage in some snow activities, and want to enjoy private moments during your honeymoon visit Wisconsin during the winter months of December through February.

The spring season extending from November to May is not a very good time to visit Wisconsin because it is during this time of the year that the snow starts melting and forming puddles on roads, making it almost impossible for a proper walk. Scattered rainfall is also another feature of the Wisconsin spring, so though there may be romance in the air, you will have to be stuck indoors, and return home without enjoying the real Wisconsin beauty.

Try to ignore the massive crowds and visit Wisconsin during the summer festival season. Music carnivals held in this American state in the summers is a treat to the ear and the eye.


Honeymoon Destinations in Wisconsin


Wisconsin has a large number of tourist attractions that are ideal for a visit by families and newlyweds. A typical Wisconsin travel will take you to romantic places where you can share some special moments with your significant half and enjoy the most memorable honeymoon ever.

  • Milwaukee Repertory Theater – if you are interested in drama, classics, cabaret or comic performances, this is the place for you to be in on a Wisconsin honeymoon. Enjoy the company of your loved one while also enjoying the performances.

  • Storybook Gardens & Timbavati Wildlife Park – though essentially a children’s area, newlyweds can also have fun interacting with storybook characters who stroll this beautifully landscaped garden. A variety of animals can also be seen inside this wildlife park.

  • Stonefield Historic Village – Wisconsin’s varied agricultural heritage, the unique process of dairy farming in this American state and the modern farming implements used in Wisconsin are showcased here. Learn from the varied display to know why really Wisconsin is known as ‘America’s Dairyland’.

  • First Capitol – know about the origins of the law and order system of the Wisconsin state government in this place, making your honeymoon trip a learning experience.

  • Milton House Museum – built in the year 1844, the museum is known for its unique construction. Built in the shape of a hexagonal stagecoach, the museum is made of grout and is one of the oldest constructions of this type in the United States of America. The museum was earlier used as a hiding place for fleeing slaves of the 19th century.

  • Jelly Belly Warehouse & Visitor Center – Jelly Belly is a popular brand of jelly beans sold in Wisconsin. Take a tour of the manufacturing area of this brand and taste the gourmet with your loved one by your side. Jelly beans, candies and gummies are a chosen delicacy of not only Americans but also people from around the world and the Warehouse is the perfect place to learn the secret recipe of your favorite sweet.


Other places you should visit while on a honeymoon in Wisconsin are:

Little Norway Museum – the museum is located in a picturesque romantic valley.
  1. Rotary Botanical Gardens – the 15 acres of landscaped gardens not only display the best plants but also the world’s best landscaping and gardening styles.
  2. Urban Ecology Center – this center preserves the natural resources of Wisconsin and therefore it is a learning experience to tour and watch these resources.

  3. Cave of the Mounds – several caves show a variety of stalactites, stalagmites and other natural formations.



Hotels in Wisconsin


Choose from the list of hotels to spend your Wisconsin vacation. Hotels in Wisconsin are available in various ranges and types.

  1. Ambers Hideaway
    1113 Broadway, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin 53965
    Ph No. 1-855-879-2623

  2. Black Hawk Motel
    720 Race Street, PO Box 15, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin 53965
    Ph No. 1-608-254-7770

  3. Residence Inn Appleton
    310 Metro Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin 54913
    Ph No. 1-920-954-0570

  4. Courtyard Milwaukee Brookfield
    16865 West Bluemond Road, Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
    Ph No. 1-262-821-1800

  5. Resident Inn Green Bay
    335 West Saint Joseph Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
    Ph No. 1-920-435-2222

Stay at the best hotels and enjoy your honeymoon in Wisconsin.


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