Shaarei Shamayim has been the name of two Jewish congregations in Madison, Wisconsin. The first, dating to the 19th century but no longer in existence, built what is now the eighth-oldest synagogue building still standing in the United States.
The Memorial Union is located on the shore of Lake Mendota on the campus of the University of Wisconsin–Madison in Madison, Wisconsin. On the lakeshore to the north of the building is the Terrace, a popular outdoor space overlooking Lake Mendota. It has gained a reputation as one of the most beautiful student centers on a university campus.
The King stopped two teenagers from kicking another on the ground with his classic karate moves in Madison, WI. This event is memorialized with a small plaque at the corner of Washington and Stoughton.
Built in 1926, Breese Stevens Municipal Athletic Field is operated by Big Top Baseball and is a multi-purpose stadium listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and located in downtown Madison. The facility hosts athletic events, concerts, community events and more annually.
The Wisconsin Historical Society acquires, preserves, and presents records and information documenting the history of Wisconsin and one of the largest collections of North American history. As the State Archives it holds the records and publications of Wisconsin state and local governments. The Library-Archives Division is also a major manuscript repository.
This historical landmark began as tobacco warehouses and icehouses and eventually came to house manufacturers and distributors of agricultural implements. Today the history lives on as the property is actively used with retail shops open to the public and more.
Dr. Evermor’s Forevertron, built in the 1980s, is the largest scrap metal sculpture in the world, standing 50 ft. high and 120 ft. wide, and weighing 300 tons.