Washburn Observatory

Washburn Observatory

  Set your GPS to 1401 Observatory Dr. and get ready to take in Madison’s natural beauty beyond the hustle of the city. Part of the University of Wisconsin’s astronomy department, public viewing is available at the just-updated dome. The Washburn Observatory is...
Korean BBQ Options

Korean BBQ Options

The weather is getting cooler, and that means it’s the season of tabletop grilling and soju cocktails. When only Korean BBQ will do, Madison has you covered with a plethora of authentic joints serving unlimited sides of kimchi, radish, that addictive bean paste,...

Arts + Literature Library

  Don’t miss this non-profit organization, where holistic arts including visual, performing and literary come together in an exciting showcase where idea exchange is paramount. There’s a variety of educational programming to explore along with exhibits of both...
Indian Cuisine in Madison

Indian Cuisine in Madison

  Summer pairs perfectly with a little spice, and Madison has the best Indian cuisine in Wisconsin. Try out the curries at Swagat, part restaurant and part grocer (so you can easily take your favorites to go). Their generous lunch buffet is a favorite, where you...
Visit the Robert M. Lamp House

Visit the Robert M. Lamp House

  Located at 22 North Butler Street and built in 1903, the Lamp House is a quintessential Frank Lloyd Wright creation. Commissioned by “Robie” Lamp (1866 – 1966), a Madison realtor and city treasurer, Lamp lived here with his parents and extended family in the...