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Not to worry, the Dairy State is one of the best places to be when your pockets are feeling a bit light. Here are 13 places around the state where you can have a reasonably priced date.
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Cozy up at the Drive-In - Chetek. Wisconsin only has a handful of drive-ins left. The Stardust in Chetek is located at 22nd St. Bowling is a time-honored Wisconsin tradition and there's sure to be a bowling alley near you. Check the website for schedules.
If Planetariums and stargazing are up your alley, there are actually quite a few around the state, including at most four-year UW campuses, the Retzger Nature Center in Waukesha, the Milwaukee Public Museum and the Madison Metropolitan School District. This acre urban wildlife sanctuary is absolutely free and the animal observation area is open from am — pm daily. They care for more than 4, animals over the course of a year. The park is open until 9 pm into mid-August.
Tickets are just a quarter and no ride costs more than four tickets. Getting a hearty laugh is always a great date idea and there are plenty of clubs around the state to choose from.
Skyline has been at it for nearly 30 years, which is remarkable in an industry with so much turnover. If stand-up isn't your kind of comedy, the folks at Monkey Business provide all kinds of improv options to tickle your funny bone. Check out a duel of sorts with just two folks facing off, or see them perform a musical from scratch. I highly recommend the "adults-only" shows with just a bit more sass. Check out their website for a full schedule. Events tend to happen monthly and always have a different theme.
Museum members get in free.
Rumor has it that a few other museums may be ing in the after dark plan, so check with your favorite spots near you. This summer college baseball league has nine teams across the state, meaning you're never very far from an affordable way to spend an evening. The baseball is quite good, but there's also a ton of between innings entertainment to keep you occupied, as well.
Wisconsin has some of the best free and public disc golf courses in the country and they're dotted all over the state. In addition, there are numerous courses with a nominal fee, like Standing Rocks in Stevens Point. It's a great way to get outside, be able to have conversation and flex your competitive side.
This gorgeous, elaborate building opened it's doors way back in Tours can be scheduled, otherwise they are offered for free on Saturdays at 11 am and include a trip to the top to view the gorgeous rotunda. Madison is absolutely full of free things to do and it's easy to create a full day of activities without spending a dime on admission.
The Vilas Zoo is a great place to while away a few hours. I could watch the harbor seals for a very long time.
From there you could wander at the UW Arboretum. Or pack a meal and head to Picnic Point for some of the best views in the city. Plan ahead and go to the top of the Capitol Building for more gorgeous, sweeping vistas.
Madison is the capitol of inexpensive date nights, as well. Wisconsin In Your Inbox spinner. Thank you! You'll receive your first newsletter soon!
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