All Things to Do in Amherst
- Open all year, Green Bay Botanical Garden is designed to provide interest with display gardens that capture the beauty of northeastern Wisconsin’s four distinct and wonderful seasons. Learn about the vital role plants play in our lives and enjoy spending time with family and friends. Be refreshed by gardens overflowing with beauty and serenity.
- The Wisconsin Deer Park has been in business for over 50 years and is one of Wisconsin Dells original attractions – sharing time with the Duck/Boat tours on the Wisconsin River. Family owned and operated, starting with Russ Tollaksen, the Deer Park is now operated by his grandson. The Deer Park consists of about 40 acres of land. The walk through the exhibit is about 4 blocks long. Here at the Deer Park we breed and raise deer and act as a zoological supply service for live deer. Deer from our park have been shipped to animal exhibits and zoos all over the country! We also operate the park as a animal exhibit and tourist attraction. As you stroll the along paved, groomed, wooded trails, you will experience not only White Tail Deer but also interact with the magnificent American Elk (Wapiti), American Bison, the European Fallow Deer, the Dainty Japanese Silka Deer and much more. All of our animals are carefully cared for and displayed for maximum comfort accessibility and the enjoyment of visitors.
- Our Mission The International Crane Foundation works worldwide to conserve cranes and the ecosystems, watersheds, and flyways on which they depend. We provide knowledge, leadership, and inspiration to engage people in resolving threats to cranes and their diverse landscapes. Our Reach From our nearly 300-acre headquarters in Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA our reach extends across the globe. We maintain a regional base in China and share program offices with partner organizations in Cambodia, India, South Africa, Texas, Vietnam, and Zambia. Our approximately 80 staff work with a network of hundreds of specialists in over 50 countries on five continents. Our Vision The International Crane Foundation is committed to a future where all 15 of the world’s crane species are secure. Through the charisma of cranes, we envision a future where people work together to protect and restore wild crane populations and the landscapes they depend on – and by doing so, find new pathways to sustain our water, land, and livelihoods.
- The Museum welcomes visitors to three floors of gallery space where the permanent collection is displayed along with special feature exhibitions. The Museum also has a spectacular rooftop sculpture garden, penthouse, auditorium, library, museum store, lounge and workshop
- The Milwaukee County Historical Society’s vast collection of Milwaukee beer and brewing history was on public display in 2016 and was very popular. People came from all over to see artifacts, images and memorabilia and to see the roots behind Milwaukee’s nickname: Brew City.By popular demand, the exhibit has returned, but with a twist. Come see for yourself why Brew City MKE is Milwaukee’s beer heritage destination. Guests are welcome to explore Milwaukee’s beer history through the exhibit and to raise a glass to our great town – fondly known as Brew City! The exhibit will be on display during this one year pilot experience and a bar featuring Milwaukee brews will be available.
- The last certificats de nationalité we have received are for paperwork that was submitted in February of 2018 for individuals with an all male lineage. Unless you have been notified, your paperwork has not been received yet. The LACS contacts members within 24 hours of receiving Stage 1 notifications or Certificates of Nationality from Luxembourg.
- Door County Maritime Museum: Enjoy tales of bold ship captains, brave seaman, innovative shipbuilders, rugged fishermen, stalwart lighthouse keepers and much, much more–sea stories abound! The Door County Maritime Museum offers three unique visitor experiences. Its year-round 20,000 square foot flagship museum is located between the dowtown bridges on Sturgeon Bay’s workking waterfront. It features four large exhibit galleries and the immaculately restored seagoing tugboat John Purves built in 1919. The iconic Cana Island Lighthouse, located Baileys Harbor, is a Door County treasure. The northern museum is a hidden gem featuring the classic wooden fish tug Hope. It is located in the historic fishing village of Gills Rock alongside the infamous “Death’s Door” passage. Both are open seasonally.
- For over 100 years, the Wisconsin Veterans Museum has connected the past to the present by sharing the stories of Wisconsin’s military veterans. Located in the heart of Madison, Wisconsin, this award-winning museum and research center chronicles the history-shaping exploits of Wisconsin’s veterans from the Civil War to present day.