If you’re like Peter then you usually make time for some shopping when you travel. We’re not talking about visiting a mega-mall in another country. Instead, think about bringing home an authentic piece that truly reflects–and often celebrates–the local culture.
When it comes to Wisconsin, there’s more to the experience than cheese and those cheesehead hats. Instead, think about creative items that represent the state’s 11 tribal nations. For example, at the Oneida Nation Arts Program in Green Bay, anyone can join in and learn how to make original corn husk dolls that one family has been making for generations.
And that’s not all. Watch as Peter shows you how you can bring home other hidden gems from the Wisconsin and its 11 tribal nations.
For more Wisconsin adventures, check out:
- Peter’s Travel Podcast, Travel Today: Oneida Nation, Green Bay, Wisconsin
- Ask the Local’s City Guide, Madison, Wisconsin
- Travel Tip: Native American Sacred Sites