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Book Flights to Wausau, Wisconsin

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Places of Interest in Wausau

Located in the U.S. State of Wisconsin, Wausau is a city divided into east and west by the Wisconsin River. The city is situated amidst the natural beauty and provides the fortunate combination of city amenities and the Northwoods look and feel. Packed with historic and contemporary paintings and sculptures, the Woodson Art Museum is one of the best art museums in the State of Wisconsin. Do not miss the opportunity to be a spectator of the kayak competition at Whitewater Park. Take a stroll through the historic district of Andrew Warren to view the architecture style here in between 1868-1934. Throughout the year various events and festivals are held in Wausau such as the Wisconsin Valley Fair, Big Bull Falls Blues Festival, concerts at The 400 Block, and more.

Woodson Art Museum

The Woodson Art Museum is situated in the downtown Wausau and was set up with the aim to improve the lives through art. Since its inception, the museum is continuously working to provide the quality art experiences to the visitors through its permanent collection, changing exhibitions and various education programs. The museum is renowned for its internationally acclaimed exhibition, Birds in Art (held each fall). The vast collection here includes paintings, sculptures, and work on papers. The entry to the museum is free.

Andrew Warren Historic District

Since 1984, the Andrew Warren Historic District has been registered under the National Historic Places. The district has been named after a sawmill owner, Andrew Warren, who purchased all the land in 1853. The charm of the place is in its homes and houses, which are carefully maintained by the people. These were built in between 1868-1934. The architecture of these houses and buildings showcase a beautiful amalgamation of late 19th and early 20th century. Here, one can see examples of various architectural styles such as Greek Revival, Italianate, Classical Revival, Queen Anne, and Prairie School.

Outdoor Activities

The city of Wausau offers plenty of opportunities to indulge in outdoor activities and sports. A local biking club, the Wausau Wheelers, schedules regular rides for touring and mountain enthusiasts. With nearly five bowling centers, enjoy the game with family and friends. Several parks are located in the city providing ample of camping opportunities to travelers such as Lake Dubay Shores Campground, Marathon Park, Big Eau Pleine Park, and Dells of the Eau Claire Park. Visit the Wausau Curling Club, located in Marathon County Park and try your hands at curling. Apart from these one can indulge in numerous other sports and activities including Disk Golf, Fishing, Golf, Horseback Riding, Hunting, Kayaking & Canoeing, Cross-Country Skiing, Downhill Skiing, and more.