Selected famous natives and residents (alive and dead) include: Houdini, Liberace, Woody Herman, Georgia O' Keeffe, John Steuart Curry, August Derleth, Spencer Tracy, Bob Uecker, Orson Welles, Laura Ingalls Wilder and Frank Lloyd Wright.
State flag, seal, coat of arms, song, bird, dog, fish, animal, wildlife animal, domesticated animal, insect, grain, beverage, rock, fossil, mineral, fruit, tartan, tree, soil, ballad, dance, waltz, motto and symbol of peace.
From beer to cheese to brats to kringles, Wisconsin has distinctive products to celebrate our varied cultural influences including: Native American, French, British, German, Netherlands, Flemish, Dutch, Scandinavian and Swiss.
Wisconsin has a giant 40-foot muskie at the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum in Hayward, Cave of the Mounds in Blue Mounds, The House on the Rock in Spring Green, Paul Bunyon and water parks galore in the Dells.
Fishing, hunting, skiing (snow & water), snowshoeing, snowmobiling, boating, canoeing, kayaking, biking, golf, camping, hiking, parks and natural attactions, and more.
The Green Bay Packers. The Milwaukee Bucks. The Wisconsin Badgers. The Marquette Golden Eagles. The Milwaukee Brewers and minor league baseball teams including the Madison Mallards and Lakeshore Chinooks.