Joining us for the 2020 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting in Madison, WI? Check out these top ten summer activities!
Monona Terrace - Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright himself, the Monona Terrace is often an unseen treasure just steps away from the State Capitol building.
State Street - Lined with restaurants, charming boutiques and specialty shops, the real heart of downtown Madison can be found on State Street.
Concerts on the Square - Enjoy the sounds of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra every Wednesday night on Capitol Square during the summer months of June and July.
Madison Mallards - As part of the Northwood’s League, the Madison Mallards is a Summer Collegiate League providing the Madison area with some good ole’ wholesome baseball at an affordable price.
Madison Arboretum - Whether you’re a hiker, biker, birder, runner, photographer or just someone looking for an outdoor adventure, head on over to the Arboretum at the University of Wisconsin.
Madison B-Cycle - Madison is one of America’s most biker friendly cities, so it’s no surprise that there’s a great bike sharing program.
Memorial Union Terrace - Attached to the University of Wisconsin’s Union, the Terrace sits on the shore of Lake Mendota and is known for its iconic colorful sunburst chairs.
Dane County Farmer's Market - Always a crowd favorite for both locals and visitors, the Dane County Farmers Market draws a large crowd every Saturday morning starting at 8:30, rain or shine.
Madison Canoe and Kayak Rentals - As an isthmus that sits between Lake Monona and Lake Mendota, Madison is naturally an area that offers a great selection of water activities.
Wisconsin State Capitol Tour - Nothing beats the commanding view of the State Capitol building on the drive into Madison.