Journeys of Discovery: Exploring historic Janesville, Wisconsin

Sep 4, 2019

  

Janesville is situated in southcentral Wisconsin, not too far from the Illinois border. Join correspondent Tom Wilmer for an exploration of things to do and see in the region. Visits include the MacFarlane Pheasant farm and the circa-1857 Lincoln-Tallman House perched on a hilltop in downtown Janesville. The Milton House Museum, about ten miles from Janesville, opened in 1844 as a stage stop and became an important Underground Railroad way station. Lark Restaurant is a trendsetter for Janesville foodies and craft cocktail aficionados. Janesville’s Rotary Botanical Gardens—a fantasyland of flowers during the summer—is bedecked with thousands of twinkling Christmas lights in the wintertime.

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