Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Madison WI do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Madison WI, DST starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November.
Facts About Madison, WI
Information for Travelers
Madison, the capital of the state of Wisconsin, is considered one of the most quintessentially American cities.
It is known for the dome of the Wisconsin State Capitol, which sits on an isthmus between Lakes Mendota and Lake Monona.
It's also home to a vibrant cultural scene, with popular events like the wonderful Rhythm and Booms and the huge annual fireworks and music festival that includes Air Force jet airline tickets.
In the summer months, the city's extensive network of cycle paths is filled with cyclists.
In winter, it's all about outdoor activities, including skating, hockey, cross-country skiing and ice fishing.
Other visitors prefer to sail on Lakes Mendota, Monona and Waubesa.
The city has several world-class museums and art galleries, as well as a variety of attractions for tourists.
The Wisconsin Historical Museum documents the history of immigrants and the state's agriculture.
One of the city's biggest claims to fame is its long association with the famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The city's paved Capital City State Trail passes through Monona Terrace, a Wright-designed lakefront convention center.
A Wisconsin native, Wright also designed many of Madison's most notable buildings, including the headquarters of the First Unitarian Society and several private homes.
Read about Madison in Wikipedia