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MEDIA CONTACTS: Danielle Johnson, Wisconsin Department of Tourism Phone: 608-266-0458 Email: [emailprotected] Lisa Marshall, Wisconsin Department of Tourism Phone: 608-267-3773 Email: [emailprotected] Press Room: http://media.travelwisconsin.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WISCONSIN OFFERS MORE THAN JUST FLUFF THIS WINTER Check out Wisconsin’s Top Winter Events Happening November through March MADISON, Wis. (Nov. 3, 2014) Here in Wisconsin, we celebrate every season with fun-filled events and activities. In fact, this list of back-to-back winter events proves that Wisconsin packs in fun like no other state, even when there’s a nip in the air. Check out brand new events, like Downtown Kenosha Restaurant Week, and quirky holiday traditions like Droppin’ of the Carp in Prairie du Chien. Get ready, because this winter is going to be snow-fun! Please note that event changes may occur. We encourage the media to double check dates and contact information before going to print or posting online. And remember, travelers looking for year-round Wisconsin getaway ideas, travel planning, events and free guides can discover their own fun at TravelWisconsin.com on their desktop, tablet or mobile device. Be sure to plan your skiing or snomobiling trip around the season’s snowfall using the Travel Wisconsin Snow Conditions Report . Winter Event Listing Pages 2-3 Winter Event Descriptions Pages 3-14 Candlelight Ski Schedule Page 15 Snowshoe Events Page 16

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MEDIA CONTACTS: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE€¦· Garden of Lights at Green Bay Botanical Garden – Green Bay Nov. 28 – Dec. 30, 2014 Fri-Sun only The Garden of Lights has been a tradition - [PDF Document] (3)

MEDIA CONTACTS: Danielle Johnson, Wisconsin Department of Tourism Phone: 608-266-0458 Email: [emailprotected] Lisa Marshall, Wisconsin Department of Tourism Phone: 608-267-3773 Email: [emailprotected] Press Room: http://media.travelwisconsin.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

WISCONSIN OFFERS MORE THAN JUST FLUFF THIS WINTER Check out Wisconsin’s Top Winter Events Happening November through March

MADISON, Wis. (Nov. 3, 2014) – Here in Wisconsin, we celebrate every season with fun-filled events and activities. In fact, this list of back-to-back winter events proves that Wisconsin packs in fun like no other state, even when there’s a nip in the air. Check out brand new events, like Downtown Kenosha Restaurant Week, and quirky holiday traditions like Droppin’ of the Carp in Prairie du Chien. Get ready, because this winter is going to be snow-fun! Please note that event changes may occur. We encourage the media to double check dates and contact information before going to print or posting online. And remember, travelers looking for year-round Wisconsin getaway ideas, travel planning, events and free guides can discover their own fun at TravelWisconsin.com on their desktop, tablet or mobile device. Be sure to plan your skiing or snomobiling trip around the season’s snowfall using the Travel Wisconsin Snow Conditions Report. Winter Event Listing Pages 2-3 Winter Event Descriptions Pages 3-14 Candlelight Ski Schedule Page 15 Snowshoe Events Page 16

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NOVEMBER EVENTS (Pages 3-5) Fireside Theater "A Fireside Christmas" – Fort Atkinson Oct. 30–Dec. 21, 2014 5th Annual Driftless Film Festival – Mineral Point Nov. 6-9, 2014 Big Water Film Festival – Ashland Nov. 7-9, 2014 Chick-uamegon & Garland City Women's Expo – Ashland Nov. 8, 2014 Step Afrika! – Sheboygan Nov. 18 & 20, 014 Holiday Art Fair – Madison Nov. 21-23, 2014 Holiday Folk Fair International – West Allis Nov. 21-23, 2014 Dear in the Headlights – Manitowoc Nov. 22, 2014 Milwaukee Holiday Parade – Milwaukee Nov. 22, 2014 Christmas in the Country – Lake Geneva Nov. 23-Dec. 31, 2014 Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade – Appleton Nov. 25, 2014 Garden of Lights at Green Bay Botanical Garden – Green Bay Fri. – Sun. Nov. 28–Dec. 30, 2014 A Vintage Christmas at Wollersheim Winery – Prairie du Sac Nov. 29, 2014 20th Annual Santa Express – North Freedom Nov. 29-30, 2014 DECEMBER (Pages 5-7) Wassail Holiday Dinner Concerts at Rittenhouse Inn – Bayfield Sat. - Sun. Dec. 3-21, 2014 Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s “A Christmas Carol” – Milwaukee Dec. 2-24, 2014 Holidazzle – Beloit Dec. 5, 2014 Old World Christmas Market – Elkhart Lake Dec. 5-14, 2014 Spring Green Country Christmas – Spring Green Dec. 5-7, 2014 Can’t Depend on Snow – Fond du Lac Dec. 6, 2014 International Holiday Festival – Kenosha Dec. 6, 2014 An Old World Christmas – Eagle Dec. 6-7, 13-14, 2014 Holiday Light Show – Janesville Dec. 12-14, 19-23, 26-28, 2014 Madison Ballet’s 10th Annual “The Nutcracker” – Madison Dec. 13-27, 2014 The Big Cheese Drop – Plymouth Dec. 31, 2014 Droppin’ of the Carp – Prairie du Chien Dec. 31, 2014 Skyrockers New Year’s Eve Fireworks Show – La Crosse Dec. 31, 2014 JANUARY EVENTS (Pages 7-9) Polar Bear Swim – Sheboygan Jan. 1, 2015 The Big Chill – Racine Jan. 9-11, 2015 Winter Festival – La Farge Jan. 10, 2015 Jack Frost Fest – Spooner Jan. 10, 2015 AMSOIL World Championship Snowmobile Derby – Eagle River Jan. 15-18, 2015 Bald Eagle Watching Days – Prairie du Sac Jan. 16-17, 2015 Waukesha JanBoree – Waukesha Jan. 16-18, 2015 Badger State Winter Games – Wausau Jan. 17, 23-25, 30 – Feb. 1, 2015 Phillips Flurry 5k and 10k Showshoe Race/Walk – Phillips Jan. 24, 2015 O’so Pond Hockey Classic – Waupaca Jan. 24-25, 2015 Dam Phunski Cross-Country Ski – La Farge Jan. 24, 2015 2015 IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships - Cable Jan. 24-Feb 1, 2015 Winterfest & National Snow Sculpting Championships – Lake Geneva Jan. 28 – Feb. 7, 2015 Snowflake Ski Jumping Tournament – Westby Jan. 30-31, 2015 Ice Cave Hike Series – La Farge Jan. 31, Feb 14 & 28 – March 7, 2015 FEBRUARY EVENTS (Pages 9-13) In Celebration of Chocolate – Kohler Feb. 6-8, 2015 Hot Air Affair – Hudson Feb. 6-8, 2015 Fish Creek Winter Festival – Fish Creek Feb. 6-8, 2015 Winter Wine and Cherry Fest – Fish Creek Feb. 7, 2015 Cabin Fever – New Glarus Feb. 7, 2015 20th Annual Apostle Island’s Sled Dog Race – Bayfield Feb. 7-8, 2015

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Iola Winter Carnival – Iola Feb. 7-8, 2015 The World Ice and Snow Sailing Championship – Fond du Lac Feb. 9-14, 2015 Death by Chocolate – Appleton Feb. 14, 2015 Dip for Dozer – Cambridge Feb. 14, 2015 Book Across the Bay Cross-Country Ski Race – Ashland Feb. 14, 2015 Barstool Races & Chili Feed – Drummond Feb. 14, 2015 40th Annual Mid-Continent Railway Snow Train – North Freedom Feb. 14-15, 2015 Downtown Kenosha Restaurant Week – Kenosha Feb. 14-22, 2015 Madison Winter Festival – Madison Feb. 14-15 2015 American Birkebeiner – Cable/Hayward Feb. 19-22, 2015 Beloit International Film Festival – Beloit Feb. 20–March 1, 2015 Overture Center for the Arts’ International Festival – Madison Feb. 21, 2015 Frozen Tozen Winter Fest – Boulder Junction Feb. 21, 2015 Mad City Model Railroad Show – Madison Feb. 21-22, 2015 Winter Festival – Cedarburg Feb. 21-22, 2015 Bald Eagle Appreciation Day – Prairie Du Chien Feb. 27-28, 2015 Battle on ‘Bago Ice Fishing Tournament – Oshkosh Feb. 27-28, 2015 30th Annual Madison Fishing Expo – Madison Feb. 27 – March 1, 2015 Squirrel Hill Skiathlon, Tour & Beat the Bunny – Minocqua Feb. 28, 2015 HoDrags on Ice – Rhinelander Feb. 28, 2015 MARCH EVENTS (Pages 13-14) 75th Annual Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show – West Allis March 4-8, 2015 Green Bay Film Festival – Green Bay March 6-8, 2015 Bayfield Winter Festival – Bayfield March 6-8, 2015 World’s Longest Weenie Roast Weekend – Cable March 7, 2015 25th Annual Klondike Days – Eagle River March 7, 2015 Arti Gras – Green Bay March 7-8, 2015 Canoecopia – Madison March 13-15, 2015 AMSOIL National Championship SnoCross Series – Lake Geneva March 13-15, 2015 Avalanche Days – Wausau March 25–April 5, 2015 15th Annual MapleFest – Amery March 28-29, 2015 Maple Syrup Sunday – Chilton March 29, 2015

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NOVEMBER EVENTS Fireside Theater "A Fireside Christmas" – Fort Atkinson Oct. 30 – Dec. 21, 2014 The holiday season comes to life at the Fireside Dinner Theatre for its original revue “Fireside Christmas.” This family performance features a new look and sound each season, promising to delight audiences with holiday cheer and celebration. 800-477-9505; www.firesidetheatre.com 5th Annual Driftless Film Festival – Mineral Point Nov. 6-9, 2014 The 5th annual Driftless Film Festival brings independent cinema magic to southwest Wisconsin. Entertaining Wisconsin residents since 2009, this year’s film festival will take place in the Mineral Point Opera House. Meet and greet independent filmmakers from all over the country and enjoy the latest in cinema at the Driftless Film Festival. 608-987-3501; www.driftlessfilmfest.org

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Big Water Film Festival – Ashland Nov. 7-9, 2014 Take a trip to Ashland to participate in the Big Water Film Festival. Held at the Bay Theater, more than 20 films will be presented by filmmakers from all around the world. From comedy to documentaries, the Big Water Film festival has a film for everyone. 715-682-3555; www.bigwaterfilmfestival.org Chick-uamegon & Garland City Women's Expo – Ashland Nov. 8, 2014 “Girls just want to have fun!” Walk, run or bike in your best bling at the third annual Chick-uamegon. Whether you take part in the 20-mile bike race or the 5K/10K, Ashland invites you to a getaway weekend with the girls. Don’t forget to check out the Garland City Women’s Expo during your visit. www.chick-uamegon.com Step Afrika! – Sheboygan Nov. 18 & 20, 2014 Like musicians without instruments, Step Afrika! uses kicks, stomps, claps and chants to express African and modern dance traditions. Step Afrika!, the first professional company devoted to stepping, is visiting the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan. 920-458-6144; www.stepafrika.org Christmas in the Country – Lake Geneva Nov. 23-Dec. 31, 2014 Head to the Grand Geneva this holiday season for Christmas in the Country, where you can see more than 2 million twinkling lights. Enjoy live music and roam around the tasty creations of the gingerbread house contest. Last but not least, Santa plans to stop by for a visit. 800-558-3417; www.grandgeneva.com Holiday Art Fair – Madison Nov. 21-23, 2014 The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art is celebrating the holidays by hosting more than 90 artists and food vendors for an unbeatable shopping experience. Feast on gourmet goodies and listen to local performers as you shop your way through the decorated spaces of the MMoCA and Overture Center. 608-257-0158 (Ext. 229); www.mmoca.org Holiday Folk Fair International – West Allis Nov. 21-23, 2014 Take a trip to the Holiday Folk Fair International in West Allis to honor the different cultures of southeastern Wisconsin. This year’s theme “Celebrate the Culture of the Artisan,” offers attendees the opportunity to create handmade goods and check out performances by international dance groups. Be sure to stop by the International Bazaar where cultural artifacts create a unique shopping experience. 414-225-6225; www.folkfair.org Dear in the Headlights – Manitowoc Nov. 22, 2014 When deer season begins, “deer widowers” of Wisconsin need a comedic escape. Dear in the Headlights is the solution. Now in its second year, Dear in the Headlights is an all female comedy showcase to kick off the holiday season with the best collection of female talent in the Midwest, featuring local performers and performers from Madison and Chicago. You’ll get three different shows for three hours of laughs. 920-860-0160; www.brownpapertickets.com Milwaukee Holiday Parade – Milwaukee Nov. 22, 2014 Start the holiday season off right at the Milwaukee Holiday Parade. Now in its 88th year, the Milwaukee Holiday Parade features award-winning bands, huge self-propelled floats, helium balloons, costumed characters, live animal entourages and a live nativity. This year, the parade is supporting the Hunger Task Force by asking parade attendees to donate non-perishable food items. 262-377-5935; www.milwaukeeparade.com

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Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade – Appleton Nov. 25, 2014 Welcome the holiday season at the Midwest’s largest nighttime parade. Last year more than 80,000 spectators came to see the decorated floats, dazzling lights and spirited bands. After the fun-filled parade, Santa – the guest of honor – lights up downtown Appleton with a little Christmas magic. 920-954-9112; www.appletondowntown.org Garden of Lights at Green Bay Botanical Garden – Green Bay Nov. 28 – Dec. 30, 2014 Fri-Sun only The Garden of Lights has been a tradition of the Green Bay Botanical Garden for 18 years. Watch as the garden transforms into a twinkling winter landscape. With over 250,000 lights, the light display will showcase the community’s tallest holiday tree, a glowing fountain and 60-foot caterpillar. After a walk through this stunning display, don’t forget to warm up with a cup of hot cocoa from Mrs. Claus. 920-490-9457; www.gbbg.org

A Vintage Christmas at Wollersheim Winery – Prairie du Sac, Nov. 29, 2014 With picturesque views, old world charm and Christmas carolers to set the mood, it’s easy to get into the holiday spirit at A Vintage Christmas. Enjoy complimentary wine tastings paired with holiday treats, followed by a self-guided tour. Or just relax with a glass of wine while listening to the sounds of carolers who will perform throughout the day. And while you’re there, bring your camera and take your Christmas card photo, the views are phenomenal. 1-800-VIP-WINE (847-9463); www.wollersheim.com 20th Annual Santa Express – North Freedom Nov. 29-30, 2014 All aboard the Santa Express! Take a trip on the 20th Annual Santa Express and immerse yourself in an early 1900s adventure. Though you’ll be far away from the North Pole, you still stay warm and toasty in a train car that is heated by the original steam heating system. Santa makes his rounds through the coaches to bring good holiday cheer. 800-930-1385; www.midcontinent.org

DECEMBER EVENTS Wassail Holiday Dinner Concerts at Rittenhouse Inn – Bayfield Sat & Sun only Dec. 3-21, 2014 ‘Tis the season for carolers, delicious meals and, of course, figgy pudding. Experience all three at the Wassail Holiday Dinner Concerts. The Rittenhouse singers perform in the dining rooms, hallways and accompany dinner during this special event. So practice your best tunes and sing along! 888-611-4667; www.rittenhouseinn.com Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s A Christmas Carol – Milwaukee Dec. 2-24, 2014 The ultimate holiday tradition returns for its 37th year at the historic Pabst Theater in downtown Milwaukee. Filled with beautiful carols and a timeless message, this Dickens classic shares the true meaning of the holiday season. Join in on a tradition that has been delighting audiences of all ages for generations. 414-224-9490; www.milwaukeerep.com

Garden of Lights at the Green Bay Botanical Garden Photo Courtesy of Charles Sackett

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Holidazzle – Beloit Dec. 5, 2014 Ho-ho-holiday fun awaits you at Holidazzle. Enjoy an evening of holiday celebration featuring artists and specialty craftspeople displaying one-of-a-kind pieces of art at shopping locations throughout Beloit. Live music, Santa visits, holiday treats and children’s activities make this a special evening for the whole family. 608-365-4838; www.visitbeloit.com Old World Christmas Market – Elkhart Lake Dec. 5-14, 2014 Explore the Old World Christmas Market, a recreation of a traditional German holiday street market complete with timber booths, fresh pine trees and thousands of pretty lights. It all happens inside a heated tent the size of a football field, so you can stay cozy and warm. Shop from dozens of vendors for authentic gifts and toys like Czech blown-glass ornaments, Russian nesting dolls, European pottery, German nutcrackers and so much more. Don’t forget to try the authentic fare like wiener schnitzel and irresistable apple strudel. 800-876-3399; www.christmasmarketatosthoff.com Spring Green Country Christmas – Spring Green Dec. 5-7, 2014 Horse drawn carriage rides set the mood at this annual holiday festival. Don’t miss the craft fair, quilt show and tree lighting, complete with holiday music. The event is topped off with a spectacular fireworks display. Visitors can also take the annual Country Christmas Tour of Homes where neighbors open their doors and showcase their holiday decor. 800-588-2042; www.springgreen.com Can’t Depend on Snow – Fond du Lac Dec. 6, 2014 Whether the season is snowy or not, this festival will go on! They might be gliding along crisp, white snow or running atop the grass, but there will be sled dogs racing at this unique event. Help Fond du Lac raise money for the Make-a-Wish Foundation with fun activities like the human sled pull challenge, great outhouse race and husky toss (stuffed toys, not real dogs). Bring your furry canine companion and enjoy a day of fun, complete with food, beverages and a silent auction. 800-937-9123; www.fdl.com International Holiday Festival – Kenosha Dec. 6, 2014 Kick off the holiday season with a day full of sights, sounds and food to dazzle your senses at the International Holiday Festival at the Kenosha Public Museum. Try foods from around the world, purchase gifts from ethnic artisans and crafters, enjoy musical performances and check out the holiday train display. 262-653-4140; www.kenoshapublicmuseum.org An Old World Christmas – Eagle Dec. 6-7, 13-14, 2014 Join Old World Wisconsin for a 19th century Christmas celebration, full of Old World storytelling, live holiday performances and free horse-drawn bobsled rides. You’ll have the chance to warm up next to a wood-fired stove or listen to carolers as you taste some traditional foods. Don’t forget to pose for a picture with Santa. 262-594-6301; www.oldworldwisconsin.org Holiday Light Show – Janesville Dec. 12-14, 19-23, 26-28, 2014 Ignite your spirit during this spectacular walk-through show featuring more than 300,000 holiday lights, 200 luminaries and 100 displays of holiday cheer. Don’t forget to take a selfie at the new winter-themed “selfie stops.” Be on the lookout for a visit from Santa and his beloved reindeer. 608-752-3885 ext. 19; www.rotarybotanicalgardens.org

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Madison Ballet’s 10th Annual The Nutcracker – Madison Dec. 13-27, 2014 The Madison Ballet’s The Nutcracker has been a Christmas tradition in Madison for a decade. Watch as the Overture Center’s Overture Hall is transformed into the land of the Sugar Plum Fairy. There is no better way to get into the spirit of the season than by following the adventures of Clara and her Nutcracker in Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. Between the lights, the sounds and the costumes, you’ll be sure to spread holiday cheer. 608-278-7900; www.madisonballet.org The Big Cheese Drop – Plymouth Dec. 31, 2014 Get cheesy this New Year’s Eve with the Plymouth Arts Center! The star of the evening will be the "The Big Cheese Drop," adding a tasty twist to the infamous Times Square ball drop. The countdown to 2015 will be taking place in the parking lot right next to the Arts Center. So, grab a cup of hot chocolate and ring in the new year Wisconsin style. 920-892-8409; www.plymoutharts.org Droppin’ of the Carp – Prairie du Chien Dec. 31, 2014 Droppin’ of the Carp is a wacky Wisconsin event you don’t want to miss. Celebrate the new year by watching a 30-pound frozen carp drop from 100 feet in the air. At the stroke of midnight, spectators will watch in awe as “Lucky” takes a plunge to welcome in 2015. Beforehand, Lucky sits atop a throne, and folks can kiss the fish for good luck. Carp-goers can also enjoy a bonfire, entertainment, carp piñata and more. 800-732-1673; www.carpfest.org Skyrockers New Year’s Eve Fireworks Show – La Crosse Dec. 31, 2014 See an incredible display of fireworks on New Year’s Eve when the La Crosse Skyrockers launches its annual show from atop Grandad’s Bluff. Hourly countdown salutes begin at noon, followed by a 10-minute show at 6 p.m., perfect for the little ones who won’t stay up until midnight. The real show begins promptly at midnight. Ring in the New Year while enjoying this spectacular display. 800-658-9424; www.skyrockers.org JANUARY EVENTS Polar Bear Swim – Sheboygan Jan. 1, 2015 Since 1973, hundreds of fearless Sheboygan residents and visitors have been jumping into the icy waters of Lake Michigan to take the polar bear plunge. Swimmers gather at Dave’s Who’s Inn to strip down and prepare for the swim, while spectators can warm up with music, a brat fry and refreshments throughout the day. 920-457-9491 The Big Chill – Racine Jan. 9-11, 2015 The stakes are high at this year’s Big Chill as the 25th Annual Wisconsin Snow Sculpting Championship is celebrated in downtown Racine. One of the state’s premier snow festivals, Racine’s Big Chill, brings together 16 two-man snow sculpting teams from around the state to compete to advance to the 2016 United States National Snow Sculpting Competition. Join thousands of visitors and cheer on your favorite duo. 262-634-6002; www.racinedowntown.com AMSOIL World Championship Snowmobile Derby – Eagle River Jan. 15-18, 2015 There’s a lot of racing action in Eagle River this year. The first weekend of the snowmobile derby features the Vintage World Championships. Three days chock full of classic machines from the 60s and 70s. Then, return the next weekend for the biggest snowmobile race in the world for even more competitive racing and events like the torch lite ride to Eagle River Hockey Dome, awards banquet and opportunities to buy the latest in snowmobile items. 715-479-4424; www.isocracing.com

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Winter Festival – La Farge Jan. 10, 2015 The list of events at La Farge’s Winter Festival goes on and on and is sure to please every type of visitor. Bring the whole family to take part in fun winter activities like ice skating, sledding, skiing, archery, snow sculpture slide, ice cave hikes, birds of prey presentation, face painting, horse-drawn bobsled rides, snowshoe exhibit, Tri-State Malamute Club sled dog race, weight pull and mutt race. Whew! So many events, and that doesn’t even include the annual chili and bread contest, auction, dinner and barn dance or the Candlelight Hike/Ski & Winter Astronomy. 608-625-2960 www.kvr.state.wi.us/winterfest Jack Frost Fest – Spooner Jan. 10, 2015 Plan a visit to Spooner for the annual Jack Frost Fest, where an abundance of winter fun awaits. What kind of fun? Participate in a toilet seat toss or turkey bowling competition. Cast a line for the ice fishing contest and lace up for the pond hockey tournament. With indoor and outdoor adventures, a rib and chili contest and marshmallow roasting – there’s snow much fun to be had at Jack Frost Fest. 800-367-3306; www.spoonerchamber.org Bald Eagle Watching Days – Prairie du Sac Jan. 16-17, 2015 Keep an eye out for our country’s national bird while in Prairie du Sac for Bald Eagle Watching Days as you’re sure to see at least one flying overhead. Eagle watching can be found along the Wisconsin River from the hydroelectric dam through Prairie du Sac down to Sauk City. Other events, including a live bird of prey show and fun kids activities, will take place during the weekend. 800-683-2453; www.ferrybluffeaglecouncil.org Waukesha JanBoree – Waukesha Jan. 16-18, 2015 Bundle up! It's time for the annual Waukesha JanBoree. This city-wide celebration of winter, snow and all things outdoors, invites families to take part in a variety of winter sports like hockey, cross-country skiing, ice bowling and more. There's even an ice sculpting contest with carvers from around the world who travel to produce their best ice sculpture from a 300-pound block of ice. This event will go on with or without snow. 262-524-3737; www.janboree.org Badger State Winter Games – Wausau Jan. 17, 23-25, 30-Feb. 1, 2015 Break out that competitive spirit for Wisconsin’s largest winter sports festival where the state’s top sports and activities really shine. Top competitions include Nordic skiing, curling, figure skating, bowling and archery – just to name a few. 715-355-8788; www.badgerstategames.org Phillips 5k and 10k Snowshoe Race/Walk – Phillips Jan. 24, 2015 Trek on over to this snowshoe race/walk as it serves as the host of the Wisconsin State Snowshoe Championships, as well as a qualifying race for the USSSA’s National race. The competition is real and some of the state’s most experienced snowsho*rs will race to the finish line where a chili feed and bake sale await. 715-339-6254; www.phillipsflurry.com O’so Pond Hockey Classic – Waupaca Jan. 24-25, 2015 The former Wintervergnugen Pond Hockey Classic is back with a new name and even more fun. This 4-on-4 tournament has three divisions with first place distinctions for the taking: open, 40 and over, and women’s-only. Skates hit the ice bright and early Saturday morning. 715-258-7343; www.waupacaareachamber.com 2015 IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships Jan. 24-Feb 1, 2015 Cable will host the International Paralympics Committee (IPC) Nordic Skiing World Championships. The competition begins with Opening Ceremonies, much like the Olympics and Paralympics Games, complete with a parade of nations, flag ceremony and torch lighting. Cable will host athletes from all

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around the world, including athletes who will be representing Team USA, many of whom are wounded warriors or veterans. 715-798-3833; www.paralympic.org/cable-2015 Dam Phunski Cross-Country Ski Race – La Farge Jan. 24, 2015 Break out your skis for this scenic classic and freestyle cross-country ski course along scenic Old Highway 131 Trail. Courses include a 1k loop for youth, a 5k point-to-point for juniors and phunskiers of all ages, and a 10k point-to-point for adults. 608-625-2960; kvr.state.wi.us

Winterfest & National Snow Sculpting Championships – Lake Geneva Jan. 28–Feb. 7, 2015 Head to Lake Geneva for the 20th annual Winterfest and National Snow Sculpting Championships. Event goers can take part in the day’s festivities including: live music, sled dog races, helicopter and hot air balloon rides, sleigh rides, a reindeer run, Winterfest dance and more. 262-248-4416; www.lakegenevawi.com Snowflake Ski Jumping Tournament – Westby Jan. 30-31, 2015 This annual competition has a new twist this year with the introduction of a brand new hill design. Watch ski jumpers as they fly down the slope and launch themselves into the air in competition to land the weekend’s longest standing jump. 608-634-3211; www.snowflakeskiclub.com

Ice Cave Hike Series – La Farge Jan. 31–Feb 14 & 28, March 7, 2015 Discover hidden gems of Wisconsin by visiting the several rarely seen ice caves and frozen waterfalls around La Farge. This snowshoe hike takes visitors through some of the most beautiful parts of the Kickapoo Valley Reserve and offers opportunities to discuss winter wildlife ecology, geology, biology and the fascinating history of the region. 608-625-2960; kvr.state.wi.us/event FEBRUARY EVENTS In Celebration of Chocolate – Kohler Feb 6-8, 2015 The American Club in Kohler is dedicating an entire weekend to celebrate chocolate. For three delicious days, guests can satisfy their sweet tooth by taking part in the chocolate and wine dinner, chocolate pairings and of course, tastings. 855-444-2838; www.americanclubresort.com Hot Air Affair – Hudson Feb. 6-8, 2015 The Hudson Hot Air Affair takes this winter festival to new heights. Join in the fun and celebrate Hudson’s spectacular winter ballooning event. Enjoy a pancake breakfast, try your hand at smooshboarding or maybe volleyball in the snow is more your style. Whatever your fancy, this is one uplifting event! 715-386-8411; www.hudsonhotairaffair.com Fish Creek Winter Festival – Fish Creek Feb. 6-8, 2015 Don’t let the winter weather keep you inside, come to Fish Creek for a weekend of wacky activities. Fish Creek’s longest-standing event, Winter Festival, offers fun for everyone. From kooky outdoor competitions like the bike toss, minnow racing and a kickball tournament, to the toasty warm space inside the large heated tent and the popular chili cook-off, Fish Creek Winter Festival is just the family-friendly event you need this time of year. 920-868-2316; www.visitfishcreek.com Winter Wine and Cherry Fest – Fish Creek Feb. 7, 2015 Celebrating 10 great years, the Winter Wine and Cherry Fest is the perfect winter escape to Door County. Celebrate National Cherry Month with complimentary wine and product tasting from

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Orchard Country Winery & Market. Activities include a cherry pit spit competition, live music, paint-your-own wine glass, horse-drawn sleigh rides and more. 866-946-3263; www.orchardcountry.com Cabin Fever – New Glarus Feb. 7, 2015 Head to Wisconsin’s very own piece of Switzerland in New Glarus. The charming town, modeled after its Swiss roots, is hosting its second annual Cabin Fever event, a progressive dinner and downtown shopping festivity. Guests can enjoy cheese fondues, ice sculptures and New Glarus beer on tap, along with chatting around a warm bonfire and taking advantage of special shopping deals in downtown New Glarus. 608-527-2095; www.swisstown.com

20th Annual Apostle Islands Sled Dog Race Bayfield, Feb. 7-8, 2015 The 20th annual Apostle Islands Sled Dog Race is a must-attend for sled dog racers and dog lovers alike. Spectators line the racecourse to watch as the teams for both the 8-dog, 80-mile race and 6-dog, 60-mile race make their way around the Bayfield Peninsula. This event also has a Voluntourism program. Visitors can come to the event, stay the weekend in Bayfield and help out with the race. This event was just voted as one of the Best Voluntourism Programs in the World by voluntourism.org. 715-779-3335; www.bayfield.org Iola Winter Carnival – Iola Feb. 7-8, 2015 The Iola Winter Carnival brings authentic Norwegian culture to Wisconsin for two days. Enjoy a Norwegian Lutefisk dinner, craft fair, ice sculpting, snowshoe and ski races and ski jumping. You can’t get more Scandinavian than this. 715-445-4005; www.iolawintersportsclub.org The World Ice and Snow Sailing Championship – Fond du Lac Feb. 9-14, 2015 The 2015 WISSA World Ice and Snow Sailing Championship makes its’ way to North America by way of Fond du Lac this year. Racers from all over the world will gather to compete in three classes: sled, kite and wing. After watching the contestants “set sail,” cruise on over for kite surfing and “Big Air” competitions and a massive bonfire on the ice. 920-960-9676; www.wissa2015.com

Death by Chocolate – Appleton Feb. 14, 2015 Spend your Valentine’s evening in downtown Appleton sampling decadent chocolate desserts at the annual Death by Chocolate event. Just as it sounds, this chocolate extravaganza dedicates an entire evening to something dear to our hearts – chocolate. Travel the streets of downtown Appleton sampling scrumptious chocolate desserts and drinks whipped up by the best chefs in the area, like chocolate covered cannoli, chocolate martinis, chocolate beer and much more. 920-954-9112; www.appletondowntown.org Dip for Dozer – Cambridge Feb. 14, 2015 Take a chilly dip in Lake Ripley at the annual Dip for Dozer event. Several hundred spectators watch the brave few take the plunge to raise money for a local football scholarship fund in memory of Dustin "Dozer" Zuelsdorf. All-day activities include turkey bowling, ice carving, kites on ice and costume contests. 608-423-3780; www.cambridgewi.com

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Book Across the Bay Cross-Country Ski Race – Ashland Feb. 14, 2015 See Lake Superior like never before during this ski or snowshoe nighttime race across the Chequamegon Bay from Ashland to Washburn. Relax and rest up after the 10-kilometer race by joining more than 3,000 other racers with a celebration that includes live music, fireworks and a heated tent complete with food. 800-284-9484; www.batb.org Barstool Races & Chili Feed – Drummond Feb. 14, 2015 “If you can put skis on it, you can race it,” say the organizers of the Drummond Barstool Races. This year features Drummond’s annual barstool competition, plus a Powder Puff division and an open class to race anything they can put on skis across the snow. Food and drink – and trophies! – await the participants at the end of the competition, so make a day of it and see who wins big during this year’s competition. 715-739-6645; www.drummondwi.com 40th Annual Mid-Continent Railway Snow Train – North Freedom Feb. 14-15, 2015 Wintertime railroading is a unique experience. Hop onboard the 40th annual Mid-Continent Railways’ Snow Train and travel through the scenic Baraboo Hills of Sauk County. Each train ride lasts approximately 55-minutes round-trip with the exception of the Saturday evening dinner train. This is a unique experience for any train rider, young or old. First class dining services are available. 608-522-4261; www.midcontinent.org Downtown Kenosha Restaurant Week – Kenosha Feb. 14-22, 2015 This brand new event is sure to please foodies everywhere. Check out Kenosha’s unique dining scene, and sample cuisine from a broad selection of restaurants. The “prix-fixe,” or fixed price, menu format gives visitors a chance to sample several items at an affordable price. Special menus will offer breakfast for $10, lunch for $10 and dinner for $20-$30. Non-restaurant businesses in Kenosha’s downtown will also serve specialty items such as ice cream, popcorn and cupcakes. 262-654-7307, ext. 13; www.visitkenosha.com Madison Winter Festival – Madison Feb. 14-15, 2015 Madison brings truckloads of snow (90 truckloads to be exact!) to Capitol Square for a winter wonderland of family fun at the annual Winter Festival. Each year more than 20,000 spectators, athletes and winter enthusiasts take part in the festival’s outdoor activities including: cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice sculpting, snow carving and sledding. New to the annual event are a Paralympic Experience Station and Winter Veterans Games. 608-385-8864; www.winter-fest.com

American Birkebeiner – Cable/Hayward, Feb. 19-22, 2015 Each year, thousands of cross-country skiers from around the world travel to Wisconsin for the nation’s largest and most prestigious cross-country ski marathon: the great American Birkebeiner. Stretching approximately 50K from Cable to Hayward, the event challenges the best of the best. In the days leading up to the event, Birkebeiner holds a variety of other competitions, including short distance races, the Barkie Birkie Skijor (for pets), a giant ski, a family fun ski and much more. 715-634-5025; www.birkie.com

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Beloit International Film Festival – Beloit Feb. 20-March 1, 2015 Film buffs everywhere will love the Beloit International Film Festival, which features more than 120 films from across the world. Those looking to keep it local are also in luck. This film festival also highlights some of the great work done right here in Wisconsin. Film venues range in size from 40 to 700 seats and films represent all genres including features, documentaries and shorts. 608-313-1200; www.beloitfilmfest.com Overture Center for the Arts’ International Festival – Madison Feb. 21, 2015 Get your culture on at the Overture Center for the Arts’ International Festival. This annual event brings together the best in art, craft and food from more than 25 cultures worldwide. Take in live performances, international cuisine and a celebration of the arts during this day-long event. 608-258-4141; www.overturecenter.com Frozen Tozen Winter Fest – Boulder Junction Feb. 21, 2015 Spend the day ice fishing, participating in ice golf, turkey bowling, snowshoe races and playing countless other winter games at the Frozen Tozen Winter Fest in Boulder Junction. All proceeds of the event will benefit the Boulder Junction Boat Landing Improvement Fund. Be sure to stay for the awards ceremony and raffle drawing. 715-385-2400; www.boulderjct.org

Mad City Model Railroad Show – Madison Feb. 21-22, 2015 The Mad City Model Railroad Show and Sale is back with one of the nation’s largest model train shows. More than 90,000 square feet are packed with model railroads, classic toy trains and historic exhibits, so make sure to bring the kids by to check out the sites and ride both a circus train carousel and large indoor train. 608-267-3976; www.nmra-scwd.org Winter Festival – Cedarburg Feb. 21-22, 2015 Cedarburg’s annual Winter Festival features bed racing, ice carvers, a chili contest and plenty of other wacky events to help you forget the cold. This popular festival transforms downtown Cedarburg into a winter wonderland of family activities and festive offerings. 262-377-9620; www.cedarburgfestivals.org Bald Eagle Appreciation Day – Prairie du Chien Feb. 27-28, 2015 Check out some of Wisconsin’s most beautiful birds during this two-day event. Watch as the birds settle into their normal wintering area in the Mississippi River Valley and learn more about eagles and other birds during the free programs offered throughout the event. 608-326-8555; www.prairieduchien.org Battle on 'Bago Ice Fishing Tournament – Oshkosh Feb. 27-28, 2015 This two-day fishing extravaganza, put on by the Battle on ‘Bago Foundation and Oshkosh Southwest Rotary Club, has awarded $130,000 in cash and prizes and has donated more than $500,000 in proceeds since originating in 2007. This year, the prizes have only gotten bigger and better. So cast a line, and don’t try too hard, because this competition is dedicated to fishing and fun. 920-303-9200; www.battleonbago.org

30th Annual Madison Fishing Expo – Madison Feb. 27 – March 1, 2015 More than 30,000 anglers attended this fishing extravaganza last year. Now in its 30th year, the Madison Fishing Expo is offering great deals, fun activities and anything you can think of to put in your fishing kit. Be sure to cast a line in the trout pond and don’t miss the popular minnow races. Hurry over, you’re sure to reel in lots of fun. 608-245-1040; www.madfishexpo.com

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Squirrel Hill Skiathlon, Tour & Beat the Bunny – Minocqua Feb. 28, 2015 Squirrel Hill Nordic Weekend packs three events into one beautiful winter weekend. This family-friendly weekend invites skiers to take part in the various competitions as individuals or teams of two. There are also youth divisions, so that athletes of all ages and abilities are invited to hit the slopes and join in on the friendly competition. 715- 356-3309; www.minocquawinterpark.org HoDrags on Ice – Rhinelander Feb. 28, 2015 Get ready for HoDrags on Ice, where cars and trucks drag race across the ice at speeds up to 145 miles-per-hour. All kinds of vehicles will take on the ice at this fierce competition; from rubber tire divisions to modified and outlaw vehicles. With free general admission, this event is perfect for everyone from auto-enthusiasts to kids. But remember, don’t try this at home. 715-365-7464; www.explorerhinelander.com MARCH EVENTS 75th Annual Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show – West Allis March 4-8, 2015 Often called the “Granddaddy of Midwestern Sports Shows,” the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show has put on an unbeatable event for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds since 1941. Exhibitors from throughout the country let guests try out the latest outdoor sporting equipment for fishing, boating, hunting, archery, dog retrieving and training, kayaking and camping over five adventurous days. Be sure to attend one of the contests or special shows for a complete experience. 800-472-2070; www.jsonline.com/sportsshow Green Bay Film Festival – Green Bay March 6-8, 2015 The Green Bay Film Festival is back for a fifth year and is better than ever. This year’s event includes talk backs, seminars, awards, parties, and of course, plenty of films for movie lovers. Tickets are available online. 920-265-0333; www.gbfilmfestival.org Bayfield Winter Festival – Bayfield March 6-8, 2015 Release your cabin fever with a wild weekend of winter fun in Bayfield. Embrace the winter weather and take part in some of Bayfield’s best activities, including cross-country and downhill skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing and dog sledding. And, new this year, visitors will have a chance to partake in snowmobile hot runs and a pancake breakfast at Legendary Waters Casino. Prefer the indoors? Then don’t miss out on the swimming pool egg hunt, live music and great shopping and dining during Bayfield’s March First Friday. 715-779-5408; www.bayfieldwinterfestival.com World’s Longest Weenie Roast Weekend – Cable March 7, 2015 Get ready for a hot doggin’ time! The town of Cable invites you to join in on the longest chain of hot dog cooking enthusiasts in the world. Although Lake Namakagon will be frozen solid, the competition will heat things up out on the ice. The frozen weenie polar bear plunge and ice bowling put the ketchup on top of the bun of this awesome event! Don’t be a weenie, come check out the World’s Longest Weenie Roast. 715-794-2561; www.lakewoodsresort.com 25th Annual Klondike Days – Eagle River, March 7, 2015 Live like a true Wisconsin lumberjack or lumberjill at the 25th annual, grand finale, Klondike Days in Eagle River. Check out a chainsaw carving competition, lumberjack competition and a Northwoods championship dog weight pull. Don’t forget about the Native American cultural exposition, winter arts and craft show, snowshoe races, food and live music. Help make the final year of this great event a memorable one! 715-891-2679; www.klondikedays.org

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Arti Gras – Green Bay March 7-8, 2015 This annual visual and performing arts festival offers endless creative outlets for visitors, including jazz performances. Enjoy eclectic fine arts, crafts and artist demonstrations from more than 100 artists and craft persons from throughout the Midwest. Be sure to stroll through the fresh and vibrant indoor sculpture garden during this weekend-long event to view and purchase original artwork. 920-435-5220 www.artseventsinc.com Canoecopia – Madison March 13-15, 2015 Looking to embrace your inner outdoorsman? Canoecopia is the event for you. More than 20,000 paddlers make the trek to Madison for the world’s largest paddle-sport consumer event. With over 250,000 square feet featuring kayaks, canoes, stand up paddleboards, outdoor equipment and clothing, this event is perfect for hobbyists and experts alike. Paddle on over to this not-to-miss event. 608-267-3976; www.canoecopia.com Amsoil National Championship SnoCross Series – Lake Geneva, March 13-15, 2015 Come watch one of the most exciting X-Games sports competitions from the mountaintop at Grand Geneva Resort. The grand finale of the SnoCross Series Championship promises plenty of up-close, high-flying snowmobile action. Indoor and outdoor viewing and seating are available. 262-248-8811; www.grandgeneva.com Avalanche Days – Wausau March 25 – April 5, 2015 Winter may be slowly fading, but don’t shed your tears just yet. Head to Granite Peak for Avalanche Days, which promises a huge snowfall, courtesy of their snowmaking system, and a great time in the snow. During Avalanche Days, Wisconsin’s largest ski area offers discounted lift tickets, free beginner ski lessons Monday-Friday and live music over a ski-packed two-week celebration of the outdoors. 715-845-2846; www.skigranitepeak.com 15th Annual MapleFest – Amery March 28-29, 2015 For its 15th annual event, MapleFest is getting even sweeter. Enjoy free pancakes, a sap to syrup tour, an old-fashioned cooking demo and more at this scrumptious event. Food shelf donations will be collected during the event. 715-268-4702; www.glennafarms.com Maple Syrup Sunday – Chilton March 29, 2015 Take a trip to Ledge View Nature Center to celebrate the maple syrup season. Help tap a tree and collect sap while you learn the history of how sap becomes syrup. Don’t leave without enjoying the flavor of pure maple syrup on pancakes or ice cream. 920-849-7094; www.travelcalumet.com

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CANDLELIGHT SKI SCHEDULE As the season changes in Wisconsin, so does the fun! Each season Wisconsin offers unbeatable outdoor activities – even in winter. From the picturesque woodlands to the vast countryside, Wisconsin’s winter wonderland is the perfect place to strap on your skis. Step outside and explore the outdoors with more than 700 miles of groomed trails, perfect for any level of skier. Take the trails at night for a one-of-a-kind cross-country skiing experience. Throughout the wintery season, many trails are torch lit or candle lit at night. In addition, many Wisconsin park trails provide bonfires, warming fires, cooking grills, food and beverages. 608-266-2181

Jan. 10 Kohler-Andrae State Park; 920-451-4080 Sheboygan Jan. 17 Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center; 920-387-7860 Horicon Jan. 30 Whitefish Dunes State Park; 920-823-2400 Sturgeon Bay Jan. 31 Soo Line Park; 715-268-7486 Amery Feb. 7 Interstate Park; 715-483-3747 St. Croix Falls Feb. 14 Peshtigo River State Forest; 715-757-3965 Crivitz Feb. 14 Kohler-Andrae State Park; 920-451-4080 Sheboygan Feb. 14 Willow River State Park; 715-386-5931 Hudson Feb. 21 Governor Thompson State Park; 715-757-3979 Crivitz

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SNOWSHOE EVENTS Snowshoeing at Riveredge Nature Center – Newburg Dec. 2014 – March 2015 Bundle up, because there’s 10 miles of hiking trails and six miles of tracked cross-country ski trails to explore at the Riveredge Nature Center. The 350-acre sanctuary winds guests through restored prairies and woodlands and offers plenty of additional outdoor activities, including one fun-filled snowshoe adventure. 262-375-2715; www.riveredge.us Moose Track Snowshoe Race – Minocqua Jan. 4, 2015 The state’s fiercest snowshoe competitors head to Minocqua to take part in the Moose Tracks Snowshoe Race. Racers compete for a regional qualifying time in hopes of moving on to the national championship. This 10- and 5k race is sanctioned by the U.S. Snowshoeing Association and includes five difference competitor classes. Awards will be handed out to the top male and female competitors. www.minocquawinterpark.org Perkinstown Snowshoe Race – Medford Jan. 17, 2015 Snowshoe along winding scenic trails that twist their way through the Chequamegon National Forest at the Perkinstown Snowshoe Race. Hundreds of runners and walkers participate in the races, making this a fun event for athletes of all levels. Even the 7-foot mascot Perky the Porcupine takes part in this event, which means you can too. 715-748-3872; www.perkinstownsnowsho*race.com


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How long does it take to walk the Fort Worth Botanic Garden? ›

Most guests finish the walking trail in 90 minutes. The Event ends nightly at 9:30 pm and the Garden closes at 10:00 pm on Lightscape evenings. WHERE IS LIGHTSCAPE LOCATED? The event is located at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76107.

Does Green Bay have a botanical garden? ›

Green Bay Botanical Garden gives you a chance to experience something brand new all while taking in the unparalleled beauty that blossoms and changes with each season. Join us for exhibits, special events, classes, and more all year long. Parking is free on a first-come, first-served basis.

How long does it take to walk through the Desert Botanical Garden? ›

On average it takes about an hour and a half to two hours to walk the Garden trails. All the trails combined are about a mile and a half total. Our trails are split into roughly 1/4 mile loops that all link up to a large main trail. We hope to see you soon!

Is parking free at Fort Worth Botanical Gardens? ›

Typically, there is not a charge for parking at the Garden, but space is limited especially for special events and on weekends. However, during our holiday Lightscape event, there is a parking fee. Accessible parking is available in the main parking lot on a first-come, first-served basis.

What is so special about Gardens by the Bay? ›

Wonder blooms at Gardens by the Bay. Invigorate your senses with our towering Supertrees, spectacular indoor waterfall, and iconic cooled conservatories — engineering and architectural marvels that enable plants from around the world to thrive in the tropics.

How long to spend at Green Bay botanical garden? ›

Botanical Wonders Tour

1.5 to 2 hours and . 75 to 1.5 mile walk on paved and mulched paths.

What do you wear to Gardens by the Bay? ›

Given Singapore's year-round hot and humid weather, it's best to stick to light and comfortable clothing when you visit the Gardens. However, since you can expect the temperatures in Cloud Forest and Flower Dome to range from 23°C to 25°C, be sure to bring along a cardigan or sweater.

How big is the Fort Worth Botanic Garden? ›

Located in the heart of the Fort Worth Cultural District and just minutes from downtown, our combined 120-acre campus offers stunning garden views, horticultural displays, exciting exhibits, gift shops, a café and more.

How long does it take to go through the Dallas Botanical Garden? ›

This will give you time to stroll through the gardens at your own pace. Most groups spend between 2-4 hours at the arboretum, but you could make it a Dallas day trip if you want to see all that's here and grab lunch as well.

Do you have to pay to get into Fort Worth Botanical Gardens? ›

*Reflects online ticket pricing. Prices increase when purchasing onsite. Peak Pricing onsite: Adults $15, Child 6-15 $9, Seniors $13. Off-Peak Pricing onsite: Adults $14, Child 6-15 $8, Seniors $12.

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Explore this 1.7-mile loop trail near Palos Verdes Peninsula, California. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 40 min to complete.

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