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Cheap Flights to Wisconsin

Cheap Flights to Wisconsin

Booking cheap flights to Wisconsin offers travelers access to a wide variety of sights and experiences. Beyond its famed cheese, Wisconsin is home to Devil's Lake State Park in Baraboo and the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh. You can cool off at Noah's Ark in Wisconsin Dells, which is America's largest waterpark, or hunt down snacks at the Dane County Famer's Market that's held every Saturday year-round.

One of the most well-known and popular airports people utilize for their flights to Wisconsin is General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) in Milwaukee. It is located approximately 5 miles south of the downtown area and provides convenient access to much of Wisconsin’s most visited areas.

Flights to Wisconsin

When you arrive at the Milwaukee airport, you will taxi to one of the approximately 50 gates that are spread out over three concourses, one of which is used primarily for international arrivals. The list of airlines that serve the airport includes Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Frontier, OneJet, Southwest Airlines and Delta Airlines. While at the airport, you may be interested in visiting the Mitchell Gallery of Flight. It is a nonprofit museum that is located inside the facility.

When arriving on one of the cheap flights to Wisconsin, a vast selection of ground transportation is available for your convenience. All the nationally known car rental companies have facilities on the premises if you prefer to do your own driving. If you want to leave the driving to others, you can utilize a taxi service at the pickup station outside of baggage claim 3. Ridesharing services operate next to baggage claim 2. Also at this exit, you can access one of the coach bus services that operate in the city and surrounding area. Outside baggage claim exit 1, you can utilize public transportation, provided by the Milwaukee County Transit System. There is also an Amtrak station nearby with free shuttle service to and from the airport for those who want to continue the ground portion of the trip by rail.

Attractions in Wisconsin

If you are a motorcycle enthusiast, you may find a tour of the Harley-Davidson Museum to be worth your time. You can also take a factory tour and watch the assembly operations. Sports fans can take the drive north to Green Bay to Lambeau Field to catch a football game. If exploration is more your speed, then Aztalan State Park contains remains of an ancient village that thrived from 1000-1300 A.D.

Travel Tips for Wisconsin

The southeastern part of Wisconsin is home to 75 golf courses, with 15 of them being close to the Milwaukee airport. There are approximately 30 theaters in the region for those who like live drama. Music lovers will appreciate the fact that the world’s largest music festival, Summerfest, is held along the lakefront each June. 

Regardless of your dining tastes, flights to Wisconsin will put you in a place where a variety of cuisine is readily available. Whether you prefer progressive American, French, Italian, Indian, or anything else you can imagine, you can it find there.

If you prefer a cooler climate, Wisconsin is the place to go. January high temperatures average just under 30 degrees with July highs averaging 80° Fahrenheit.

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