Graduate Madison hotel. We both had full days in this Wisconsin capitol, even though it wasn’t all together.
The beds had cute pillows labeled, “Brat” and “Curd,” old-fashioned phones and notebooks, and even a unique clock.
Henry Vilas Zoo.
Not only is this zoo impressive, but there is no charge for admission or parking. I love the idea of exposing children to animals.
This zoo is set up for the same experience with a Children’s Zoo that includes goats and red pandas. There is also a carousel and a train ride (for $2).
Madison, Wisconsin, which included more free attractions.
The Overture Center for the Arts is a beautiful venue for all formats of the arts, from touring artists to shows.
Overture also has galleries and Roberta walked through and saw some paintings housed there.
Among them are displays honoring Wisconsin and the Civil War, the Philippine War, the Spanish-American War, World War I & II, and the Vietnam War, The Veterans Museum also examines the War on Terror and looks at years of Look at weapons, uniforms, medical equipment, and the evolution of medicines.
State Historical Museum is another stop worth making in Madison. It looks at Native Americans in Wisconsin, the dairy and auto industries here, and the effects of historical events, such as the Suffrage Movement and the Great Depression.
The Graduate Hotel .
We had dinner at the Graduate’s rooftop restaurant, The Madison Blind.
The Madison Blind uses local ingredients so the menu changes often. We enjoyed the meatballs, cheese dip, a beet goat cheese salad with orange slices, and a black angus burger.