Madison Wisconsin

Madison, Wisconsin is located in Dane County and is home to over 250,000 people. The city boasts of opportunities for fun, great eats, the best in education, and rich diversity. Hailing as the state’s capital city, the area has become a hotspot for people of all ages.

History

Previously settled by Native Americans, the city was eventually inhabited by James Duane Doty in 1829. The territory was officially established in 1863 and was named after James Madison, the fourth president of the United States.

Weather

Winters in the city can be harsh. This is true for all of Wisconsin, not just the capital city. Wisconsin winters are brutal, as it is not uncommon for temperatures to plunge much below freezing.

Attractions

The capital city offers a copious amount of attractions. The city’s Museum of Contemporary Art is especially dedicated to artists born or raised in the Badger state. The State Capitol, Henry Villas Zoo, and Olbrich Botanical Gardens are also popular choices amongst the locals.

Outdoor Activities

Known for it’s lakes, the state offers a wide range of fishing and water opportunities, and the same is true for Madison. The city features a total of five lakes: Mendota, Monona, Waubesa, Kegonsa, and Wingra, all of which offer breath-taking views and plenty of fun on the water. In the winter, residents and visitors alike can enjoy ice fishing, ice hockey, and skiing. In the summer, bands line the streets and the locals can enjoy live music on a regular basis. In July, spectators will also experience Rhythm and Booms, purported to be the largest fireworks display in the region.

Sports and Education

The capital city is also a popular choice in education, ranking #2 in the nation. Home of the Wisconsin Badgers, this city is no stranger to sports and education. With over 40,000 students, the University of Wisconsin-Madison boasts of the highest amount of graduating students with Ph. D.’s in 2003 per capita in all the nation. The city serves over 25,000 students attending 46 different public schools in the area.

Diversity

Due to being the home of a well-known and popular university, the city is no stranger to diversity. Currently, the city boasts of an eclectic blend of White, Asian, and African-American residents (amongst others) adding to the city’s ultimate appeal.

Food

Known for it’s bratwurst, fish fries, and cheese curds, Madison is a hot spot for “foodies” everywhere. Popular restaurant options include Pig in a Fur Coat, Cow and Quince, Funk Factory Geuzeria, Graft, and The Old Fashioned. Moreover, the Dane County is home to the Dane’s County Farmer’s Market which is the largest producer-only farmer’s market in the country!

All in all, Madison, Wisconsin is a very popular town with a lot to offer. With increasingly popular attractions, fresh foods, breath-taking lakes, and the best in education, this capital city is a destination must for many.

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