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The Wisconsin Historical Society preserves the knowledge, artifacts, and historic sites that have popped up over the course of Wisconsin's tenure as a territory and state. Browse the hallowed halls of history in the historical museum, the First Capitol, or the Wade House, an 1844 settlement home. Click here to see a full listing of the sites maintained by the society.

12195 County Highway Vv
Cassville,
WI
US

The family-owned-and-operated Fireside Winery has tilled and harvested the rolling hills of Iowa to produce award-winning wines. Growing a variety of diverse grapes contributes to the complex flavors and blends found in each Fireside wine bottle. The CoCo Cabernet Sauvignon tickles taste receptors with deep black fruit notes and notions of green pepper ($15), while the Storyteller uses exotic fruits, mineral aromas, the secret of Alex Trebek's methodical success, and crisp acidity to create a well-balanced blend ($14). For the sweet-toothed sipper, the Night Cap is Fireside's first dessert wine, offering spicy notes that dance in the moonlight with plum and dark cherry ($18).

1755 P Ave
Marengo,
IA
US

Circle of Ash is Eastern Iowa's only year-round event haunted attraction. Offering three major shows in 2011, stop by and let us scare and entertain you!

412 7th Avenue Southeast
Cedar Rapids,
IA
US

Though it has pastures, cornfields, and livestock, Bloomsbury Farm isn't your average farm—in fact, it's an agritourism destination. The farm boasts more than 20 attractions, including a 10-acre corn maze and a giant jumping pillow popular with kids and flightless birds alike. For the more adventurous, a newly installed zipline speeds people across the farm at a height of 40–50 feet, offering bird's-eye views of the land below. Throughout the year, special events celebrate the seasons with wine tastings, concerts, and breakfasts with Santa.

3260 69th St
Atkins,
IA
US

Cedar Rapids’ only barhopping bus service, The Loop’s Bus #69 spends Saturday nights cruising hourly circuits of nine nightlife districts from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. The DOT-compliant conveyance’s schedule sends it zooming toward stops such as Red Frog in Czech Village, Paddy O’Rourkes in the Irish District, and downtown’s Piano Lounge, ensuring safe festivities for traveling merry-makers and drive-by resumé drops for aspiring barkeeps. Riders sport wristbands for easy identification, and can bring unopened cans onboard for mid-ride sipping.

208 2nd Avenue Southeast
Cedar Rapids,
IA
US

Mike Mott and Cole Chaplin share more than just alliterative names; their mutual passion for promoting Iowa's tourism industry led them to found IA Segway together, and they continue to introduce visitors to the cultural richness of the Quad Cities with informative Segway tours. Mike and Cole command a fleet of Segway i2s—the company’s most current model—and teach tour groups how to safely operate the self-balancing steeds before blazing trails to spots of local and historic significance. Tours swing around scenic destinations such as the Figge Art Museum, McClellan Heights, and Credit Island, whose battlefield is strewn with denied credit cards that date back to the War of 1812.

4197 Creek Hill Drive
Bettendorf,
IA
US