Nobody likes looking at a blank slate, so consider hanging a little something on your wall. Pieces like mirrors are just a few suggestions from here you're sure to love.
If you're in the market for a bold piece of art, check out the beautiful works featured here.
With an eye for convenience, Dimensions Gallery and Framing is located centrally to available parking.
Across the three floors of the award-winning Madison Children's Museum, youngsters up to 12 years old explore, learn, and most important, have fun, in a variety of interactive environments. The littlest visitors can wander through the Wildernest, a rustic play-space built almost entirely from natural materials and sustainably harvested hardwoods. Toddlers climb into the raised treehouse or take temporary residence in a mini-village of activity huts made from straw and mud. Suspended above the Wildernest is the Bone Ridge, an elevated walkway designed to resemble the vertebrae of a large animal, perhaps a sea serpent or a giant's pet snake. Afterwards, visitors can refuel with a snack at The Roman Candle Sparkler, and maybe even dessert, made of cloth and felt, at Pie in the Sky Diner, all while the museum mascot, Gertrude the Cow, hangs from the ceiling and keeps watch.
The apex of MCM, the Rooftop Ramble, stands tall above a sweeping view of the Madison skyline, two lakes, and the museum itself. Kids can explore the wonders of the greenhouse and live-animal terrariums. This outdoor garden can be enjoyed by a wide age-range: adults sip cocktails among fluttering chickens and homing pigeons during private events--from weddings to family reunions and corporate events.
Madison Children's Museum is also a popular destination for birthday parties. The team makes each celebration unforgettable by taking care of all the essential party details, from providing the cake to adding a special theme, such as dinosaurs, legos, or mystery.
At Classy Glass, students learn how to manipulate molten glass, turning a solid rod into liquid and molding it into a beautiful new shape. Group and individual classes begin with torch safety and the history of glassblowing before moving on to sculpting with rods and tubes. Students can master color theory and expanding techniques as they learn how to create functional sculptures and creative pieces of art, ranging from ornaments and pendants to vases and live dragons that emerge from the flames.
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.
Have fun looking at all the lovely pieces on display at Madison's Chazen Museum of Art.
For a well-crafted dish, be sure to visit the restaurant at this museum.
Got kids? No problem at Chazen Museum of Art! This museum is a fantastic spot for families to hang together.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.