Wisconsin Town Just Named One of World’s Best Travel Destinations
One very small Wisconsin town just landed on one very big list of the 50 top travel destinations in the world.
Where In the World Would You Most Like to Visit?
Before you get too far into the list you're making in your mind, let's take a look at what destinations Travel Lemming thinks should be at the top of the list. Travel Lemmings, according to their website, creates practical guides to some of the best destinations around the USA and the world.
Each year, they also publish these destination lists for the year ahead and each year also has a theme. In 2024, the theme is to slow down — more time at fewer destinations.
Travel Lemming’s team of travel experts created a list of 50 places to slow it all down this year. And one of those places is in Wisconsin.
Let's start at the top of the list.
Here are the Top 5 Best Places to Travel in 2024
(According to TravelLemming.com)
#5. Memphis, Tennessee
#4. Antigua, Guatemala
#3. Stavanger, Norway
#2. Gizo, Solomon Islands
#1. Yucatán, Mexico
Only 17 places in the US made the list of the '50 best' and this Wisconsin town might just be one of the smallest destinations on the entire list.
#33 Spring Green, Wisconsin
A tiny village in southern Wisconsin on the banks of the Wisconsin River. I was born and raised in Madison and have visited Spring Green on 3 occasions and each one was for one of the village's 3 biggest attractions.
The summer home, studio, school, and 800-acre estate of legendary architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.
A very eccentric attraction featuring architecturally distinct rooms, streets, gardens, and shops designed by Alex Jordan Jr. If you don't like heights you may miss out on one of the most amazing views in the state, from the house's Infinity room pictured below.
During the warmer months, this open-air theater features new and classic plays, including Shakespeare.
Check out the entire list of Best Travel Destinations for 2024 from Travel Lemming.
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