|Wisconsin Capitol. Summer 2011|
My first experience in Wisconsin is something I will love to repeat over and over again if I have the time. Madison is the capital of Wisconsin in the United States. Madison which became official in 1848 is the 83rd largest city in the United States and the 2nd largest in Wisconsin State. 2012 population statistics puts the population of Madison, at about 240,323 individuals.
Top Attractions At Madison
1. Olbrich Botanical Gardens
This is one of Madison's most popular attractions. This garden is filled with lots of plants and numerous varieties of flowers to give you a memorable experience. This garden is a blend of various categories of plants; the sucken garden, rose garden, rock garden, perennial garden, wild garden, herb garden and even a tropical conservatory.
This garden is simply a literal wonder land where everything looks beautiful and colorful. So if you want to be a part of this wonder land, then Madison, Wisconsin is the place to be.
2. Memorial Union Terrace
No matter your age, this is a happy place to be in. The food here is good, the view is lovely, the environment is cozy, and the people there are friendly. In fact this part of Madison can be termed a happy-land because the people you will meet there are always cheerful and friendly.
3. Wisconsin Veterans Museum
This is a museum in Madison, Wisconsin built to honor all Wisconsin veterans that took part in the wars both civil and other wars to date. The exhibitions at the museum are very informative and educational and this is an ideal place for lovers of history.
4. Wisconsin State Capitol
This is a beautiful and historic building, the staffs here are also friendly. I loved this place so much. Inside this building you will see sculptures and beautiful paintings. In short, the entire architecture of this structure is so amazing. Well if you ever find yourself in Wisconsin, make sure you find your way to Madison and then to the Capitol.
How To Get To Madison
Since Madison is the capital of Wisconsin, all you need do is to head for the capital once you are inside Wisconsin. You can take the road trip or fly to MSN and get the rental car to get to Madison from Wisconsin. Public transportation is also reliable. If you are coming from outside Wisconsin, say if you land at MKE or ORD, use interstate to get to Wisconsin and then use public buses to get to Madison.
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