Known for its cheese, year-round festivals, and museums of anything you can name, the Badger State is just not your regular Midwest state. Food is close to religion in Wisconsin. World’s Largest Brat Fest in Madison, Usinger's Famous Sausage in Milwaukee, and Sheboygan, the Bratwurst Capital of the World are prominent attractions for locals and visitors. To boot, America’s Dairyland deserved its nickname for being the world’s capital of Swiss Cheese – Green County Cheese Days in Monroe will give you a taste.
For less hectic background, Belmont Mound State Park with the Council House nearby will tell you about the territory of Wisconsin since 1836. Visit Green Bay to go back two more centuries – or enjoy the game of the Packers to honor their rumored winning of 13 world championships. 9 Wisconsin-based companies made it to Fortune 500, with notable representation from Northwestern Mutual, Kohl’s, and ManpowerGroup. The best of education in the state comes from the University of Wisconsin in either Madison or Milwaukee.