If you happen to be vacationing in the state of Wisconsin there are plenty of wild and wacky attractions that you can find while crisscrossing through the state to make your vacation truly memorable.
In Birnamwood Wisconsin you will be able to set your eyes upon that world’s largest badger. It was once towering over the ground at 40 feet but is now merely a statue in the ground doing its best to still claim the title. The unsettling stare that you get from this badger is most definitely going to get your attention. It is a definite must if you are in this neck of the woods to get your picture snapped here.
Now you need just slightly weird and wacky to want to check out the Museum of Historic Torture in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. This museum dedicated to the torture of human beings is quite the sight indeed. This is the place to be if you want to check out some of these odd devices. You will be able to learn about how to crush a human skull and those that want to experience being electrocuted in a fake electric chair. It is definitely something to see if you are looking for some off the wall entertainment.
You will also find the Ghost Outpost in Wisconsin Dells Wisconsin. While you will find that many houses like this will be on the slightly cheesy side, this haunted house goes out of its way to make sure it is providing guests with a truly terrifying experience. This haunted house is much more realistic than most that you will find though it still does offer some of the silliness that you will find in less realistic versions. You will find one thrill after another here so it is definitely worth checking out the Ghost Outpost.
If you happen to be passing through Phillips Wisconsin, you need to stop by Fred Smith’s Concrete Park. Here you will find a huge group of well over 200 different concrete figurines. The interesting masterpieces created by Mr. Smith have persevered through some very difficult times. You will plainly see that beer bottles were used to build a garden throughout the concrete park which has created a wild, weird and wacky landscape for you to enjoy.
When you are visiting Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin be certain to visit the National Dairy Shrine. If there was ever something that this state was known for it is certainly cows and cheese. This monument to all things dairy is not like your traditional shrine. It focuses a lot on the state’s history in dairy as well as some important figures. You will find out plenty about the machinery as well as the people who are behind all that needs to be done to create your favorite dairy products.