Wisconsin Interesting Places and Maps

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Historically interesting places

Aztalan State Park
Aztalan is a former American city today recognizable by the man-made hills and the picket fence, which is only visible today through reconstruction work in modern times. Numerous excavations brought the researchers interesting information about life in this settlement between 900 and 1300, which you can experience and discover in part on site. The Aztalan State Park is located not far from the city of the same name, Aztalan, to the south.

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Silver Mound Archeological District
This is a sandstone hill that was used by Native Americans as a source of material for the manufacture of their tools. Some finds from here are up to 11,000 years old, so archaeologists can draw some conclusions about the first people in Wisconsin. The place is located in western Wisconsin in Jackson County.

Special buildings and structures

Covered Bridge Park at Cedarburg
This park, in Ozaukee County, is so special because it is the last original preserved Coverd Bridge (a covered wooden bridge) in Wisconsin that spans Cedar Creek. The rest of the park’s surroundings are particularly beautiful to look at and a highlight for fans of contemplative landscapes.

House on the Rock at Taliesin
The House on the Rock is an expression of the imagination of the star architect Frank Lloyd Wright, on whose idea and design the building can be traced. Peculiarity is that it was built on a rock spur and since the 1940s it has been expanded by some additions that make it the quirky structure that it is today, which is certainly the reason why it is one of the most visited attractions in Wisconsin is.
5754 Highway 23
opening times
from May to August 9 to 18, September-October to 17 pm from November to April only on weekends
Admission: $ US 12.50; reduced US $ 7.50

Johnson Wax Company Administration Building in Racine
This is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s factories. It was created in 1939 on behalf of John F. Johnson. It is the headquarters of SC Johnson & Son Inc. The peculiarity of this building is found inside. The legendary large work area is characterized by numerous tall columns, rounded corners and indirect lighting.
1525 Howe Street
Hours Tours take place on Fridays at 9, 10, 11, 1.45 and 3 p.m. It is necessary to book in advance.
Free entry

State Capitol in Madison
The Sate Capitol in Madison, capital of the state, is an X-shaped building and seat of the Wisconsin Parliament. The building was constructed between 1907 and 1917 and is the largest of its kind after Washington DC. Guided tours are offered to visit the building.
101 E Wilson Street
Opening times
Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., weekends until 4 p.m.
Admission: Free

Wingspread in Racine
This is the last and largest prairie house famous by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was commissioned by John F. Johnson as his home and completed in 1939. Particularly impressive is the living room with its central fireplace, which is the center of the building from where four further wings extend.33 E Fou Mile Road
Opening hours
Tuesday to Friday 9.30 a.m. to 2.40 p.m.
Admission: Free

Map of Wisconsin

1UpTravel.com – Maps of Wisconsin

Browse a collection of state, city, national park, and historical maps of this US state. Check out the maps of Milwaukee city and Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.

Website: http://www.1uptravel.com/worldmaps/wisconsin.html

Wisconsin – National Geographic Map Machine

Badger State is also the birthplace of the Republican Party. Find a shaded-relief map and a little bit of history.

Website: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/maps/atlas/usstates/swisco

Wisconsin – University of Texas Library

Access a state outline map, a Milwaukee city map, a map of Eau Claire as it was in 1919 and a map of Apostle Islands National Park.

Website: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/wisconsin.

Wisconsin – US Census Bureau Map

View a clickable map that’s divided into counties. Click on a county to find profiles, population estimates and an economic census.

Website: http://www.census.gov/datamap/www/55.html