Wisconsin is steeped in arts, culture and history. Experience amazing art galleries, performing arts centers and cultural events all year round.
- The Planted Tree in Prairie du Chien highlights the work of 40 local artists, many who live close to the town.
- The Toad House in Ladysmith is a gift gallery, fine arts center and from-scratch European bakery all under one roof.
- Bungalow Jo’s Market in Lake Mills offers decorative arts by local and Midwest artists, including arts and crafts inspired tiles and quarter-sawn oak frames.
- The ARTgarage in Green Bay is located in a historic cannery factory in the sprawling shopping complex of the Cannery on Olde Main.
- Abode Gallery in Stockholm is split into three sections: the Home and Lifestyle Store, the Artist’s Gallery and the Interior Design Studio.
- On Nov. 27, the Pablo Center in Eau Claire will feature Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker.
- On Nov. 29, the Green Bay Nutcracker Ballet will be at The Meyer Theater.
- Throughout December, both the Milwaukee Ballet and Madison Ballet will also be performing The Nutcracker.
- America’s Black Holocaust Museum in Milwaukee reopened in September and brings awareness of the harmful legacies of slavery in America to promote racial repair, reconciliation and healing.
- The Chippewa Valley Museum in Eau Claire tells stories of significant events that shaped the area.
- The Norwegian Heritage Center in Stoughton tells the universal story of immigration through the lens of the Norwegian immigration to Wisconsin in the late 1800s. Visitors can also research their Norwegian family genealogy.
- The Jewish Museum in Milwaukee celebrates the history and contributions of Southeastern Wisconsin’s Jewish Community.