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When people think of Wisconsin beauty, they tend to focus on nature and rural landscapes, while affiliating urban beauty with places like Europe and Latin America. Yet despite a lack of awareness or promotion, Wisconsin remains full of exceptionally beautiful and historic architecture, churches, and graveyards. This group will travel to sites in Southern Wisconsin to see and experience and learn about these storied landscapes. House hunters, churchgoers, taphophiles, and history buffs, come see the treasures in your own backyard. Whether you are new to the state or rediscovering your homeland, discover the old and the photo-worthy sites that lie on and off the beaten path

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Alternate Parade of homes: Mansion Hill

Gates of Heaven

UPDATE: the starting location has changed to the Gates of Heaven synagogue in James Madison Park. List of open homes are available. TICKETS TO THIS EVENT ARE $10 payable at the Gates of Heaven My first project with Historic Madison Inc! More details to come, but several homes in the Mansion Hill and Old Market Place neighborhoods will be available to tour. Most of the 15 homes (and one garden) are walkbys. Writeups are available, but I will narrate to make it easier on people. The following buildings are open for interior touring: The Gates of Heaven The Old Governor’s Mansion Inn & Cafe The Mendota Lake House Inn (Collins House) The Livingston Inn (Leitch House) The Steensland House.

Forest Hill Cemetery Tour with Historic Madison Inc.

Forest Hill Cemetery

Tour Forest Hill Cemetery with Mark Gajewski, who will recount the fascinating histories of the people buried there.

Lincoln-Tallman House Victorian Christmas Tour

Lincoln Tallman House

We will return to this beautiful Victorian mansion where Abraham Lincoln slept to see it decked out for the holidays. Tickets are $10 for adults $9 for seniors Free for military veterans and members of the Rock County Historical Society

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Walking tour of Mansion Hill West

The Plaza Tavern