Middleton, Wisconsin provides tourist with a luxurious variety of hotels, motels, and bed and breakfast's. Every lodging option has amenities to make you feel comfortable and right at home. Most hotels and motels are located minutes from downtown Madison where there is shopping, restaurants, spas and many attractions. The Middleton, Wisconsin Historical Museum is an excellent place to visit, to endure in the towns unique and profound history. The museum was built in 1867 and contains excessive amounts of information, collections and artifacts. If you are looking to indulge in Middleton, Wisconsin's fine foods, the Middleton Farmers Market is a great choice to taste the natural goodness of Wisconsin. Middleton, Wisconsin is well know for their trail systems throughout the state. You have the option of hiking through many beautiful areas in Wisconsin including, Pheasant Branch Conservancy, wetlands, and the waterways. An excellent hiking option is the Capital City State Trail that has a 17 mile paved loop that runs through Madison. In Middleton, Wisconsin there is a large variety of historic sites and buildings for you and your family to explore. The Blacksmith Shop allows you to go back in time to the 1850's and experience the history of Wisconsin's work ethics. If you are looking for the towns oldest restored home, you will find it at the Palmer House. The Palmer House was built in 1847 and restored in 1869. The house is always occupied by either residents or guests touring the Middleton, Wisconsin area.
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Events in Middleton
Thrive in Stride Fun Run/Walk
at Orchid Height Park, Pheasant Branch Conservancy
Thrive in Stride is a fun run/walk in Pheasant Branch Conservancy to raise money for after school and summer camp programs.