Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau

22 E. Mifflin St.
Suite 2
Madison, WI 53703

Toll Free: (800) 373-6376
Fax: (608) 258-4950
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Activities found in this area:

Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golf, Agriculture and Farm Tours, Antiques, Beaches, Biking, Boating, Botanical Gardens, Spectator Sports, Waterparks, Zoo & Animal Attractions, Outlet Malls, Parks and Forests, Performances, Romance, Shopping Meccas, Spas, Specialty Stores, Frank Lloyd Wright, Galleries, Heritage, Indoor Waterparks, Museums, Breweries and Wineries, Canoeing and Kayaking, Children Museums, Cross Country Skiing

About Us

Madison is know for going beyond the expected. Promising both intellectual and emotional appeal, Madison is known for its five area lakes, year-round recreational opportunities, stimulating cultural offerings and distinctive restaurants and shops. Madison constantly appears on short lists of great places to live, work and play.

Every day, visitors are discovering all of the wonderful attractions that Madison has to offer. From the stunning Wisconsin State capitol, the world-famous Farmer's Market and vibrant downtown to the family-friendly Henry Vilas Zoo and Madison Children's Museum, the wonders of the University of Wisconsin - Madison campus to the natural beauty of Olbrich Botanical Gardens and the UW-Arboretum, visitors are constantly amazed at the endless list of attractions. But that's only part of the picture!

Venture out in any direction from Madison and, amid the rolling green landscapes, you'll encounter charming ethnic enclaves, fascinating artistic communities and some of the state's most interesting tourist attractions including Cave of the Mounds, Cascade Mountain, Devil's Lake State Park and more.

Wisconsin Tourism Partners

  • SportsWisconsin.com
  • WITourismFederation.org
  • Meetinwisconsin.com
  • TravelWisconsin.com