Wisconsin Map Of Blood Testing Facilities
Blood Testing Centers In State
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Dane County, Wisconsin
- Labcorp Center, 3402 Kinsman Blvd, Madison, Dane County, WI, 53704
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Kenosha County, Wisconsin
- Labcorp Center, 6530 Sheridan Road, Kenosha, Kenosha County, WI, 53143
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
- Labcorp Center, 5434 W Capitol Dr, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI, 53216
- Labcorp Center, 4931 S 27Th St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI, 53221
- Labcorp Center, 2645 N Mayfair Rd Suite 110, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI, 53226
- Labcorp Center, 8500 W Capitol Suite 201B, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI, 53222
- Labcorp Center, 756 N 35Th St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI, 53223
- Labcorp Center, 1502 S. Layton Blvd, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI, 53215
- Labcorp Center, 3040 N 117Th St 210, Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, WI, 53226
- Labcorp Center, 5631 W Lincoln Ave, West Allis, Milwaukee County, WI, 53219
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
- Labcorp Center, 136 N Main St Suite 309, Thiensville, Ozaukee County, WI, 53092
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Waukesha County, Wisconsin
- Labcorp Center, 12555 W National Ave, New Berlin, Waukesha County, WI, 53151
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Kenosha County, Wisconsin
- Quest Center, 10117 74Th St, Kenosha, Kenosha County, WI, 53142-7533
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
With shorelines on 2 great lakes (Superior and Michigan), countless hiking and biking trails, outstanding fishing and boating, fascinating landscapes, and a broad range of other outdoor attractions, Wisconsin is a delight for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
But there is more to do in Wisconsin than enjoying the great outdoors...way more. Cultural attractions, sports, history, industry, and architecture are all on the menu in the “Badger State.” Let’s take a look at some of the must-see attractions in the state also known as “America’s Dairyland
- The Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee. Rumbling power...Rolling Thunder...The freedom of the road...The wind in your face...to motorcycle enthusiasts (aka “bikers”), nothing symbolizes the spirit of American pride, freedom, and independence like a Harley Davidson motorcycle. The city's Harley-Davidson Museum is the place to discover the history and evolution of this iconic 2-wheeled model of moving technology. The museum is home to more than 450 classic motorcycles, so plan on spending the day immersed in the Harley-Davidson story through books, art, accessories, clothing, souvenirs, and collectibles.
- Circus World Museum. To fully grasp American culture in the second half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, you must know the history of the circus. And the Circus World Museum located in the small town of Baraboo, has the fascinating story of the “Big Top.” Go back to the time when a small American town would wait with bated breath as the circus train roared into town, unloaded the animals, tents, and performers, and began “The greatest show on earth.” The circus was once one of the nation's most popular forms of entertainment, and the museum's engrossing displays, exhibits, posters, and parade wagons will bring the long-forgotten excitement of the circus back to life.
- Taliesin East: Regardless of where you are in America you can find a property designed by one of the most prolific architects of all time: Frank Lloyd Wright. And considering the fact that Wisconsin is Wright’s home state, it should come as no surprise that Wright has several creations in his home state. But Taliesin East in Spring Green continues to draw the most visitors. Located on 600 acres of scenic countryside, this massive estate broke ground in 1911 and continued to add structures right up to Wright's death in 1959. Guided tours are available for the home, theater, studio, gallery, and school. Wright was a creative genius and his home base is indeed a sight to behold.
- While you are in the Spring Green area, check out The House on the Rock, Wisconsin's most unique tourist attractions. Even if you are not well-versed in the details of architecture, you can’t help but notice the Frank Lloyd Wright influence since the buildings were erected to copy Wright’s style. The House promises “an experience that will entertain, astound, and amaze”, and the 218-foot-long Infinity Room, which contains 3,264 windows and extends 140 feet unsupported above the valley floor fulfills the house’s promise!
- The Green Bay Packers: Lambeau Field and the Walk of Legends. This iconic National Football League (NFL) franchise is unique in more ways than one. First, it is the only NFL team that is a non-profit team (it is owned by the city of Green Bay). Second, it was founded in 1919 and is the third-oldest franchise in the league. Third, it is the smallest city to house an NFL team and Lambeau Field (the team’s stadium) holds almost 72,000 people which is the town’s population. Fourth, the Packers were once coached by the legendary Vince Lombardi, who took the team from the laughing stock of the league to winning 5 total NFL championships in 7 years, including the first two Super Bowls. The Super Bowl trophy is named after him, and his principals are taught in many business schools. Even if you are not a football fan, you’ll enjoy a tour of the stadium and discover how an NFL franchise operates.
- While you are in Green Bay, don’t forget to visit the National Railroad Museum. To understand American expansion, you need to understand the history of the railroad. And this museum is loaded with everything you need to enjoy the discovery of the rails. Enter a time portal on the Passenger Experience and see what railroad travel was like between 1940-1960. And hop on the Dwight D. Eisenhower Locomotive and Command Cars, The Union Pacific Big Boy, and the Pennsylvania RR. Finally, don’t leave without perusing the souvenir shop’s collection of books, clothing, postcards, and artwork.
- Wisconsin's Outdoor activities. Wisconsin is a mass of hiking trails: the 1,000-mile-long National Scenic Trail that stretches from Potawatomi State Park to St. Croix Dalles; the North Country National Scenic Trail encompassing states from North Dakota to New York, 117 miles of it passing through the center of Wisconsin; the Ice Age Trail that is a live lesson of the geology of glaciation; and the Geneva Lake Shore Path, a 21-mile walking trail. Door County sits on a peninsula that offers a majestic view of Lake Michigan and is known for trout fishing, diving, swimming, boating, biking, and camping. Land o' Lakes in northern Wisconsin has more than 200 lakes nearby and the area is known for bird-watching, and a chance to get a glimpse of the few remaining white-tailed eagles in the region. Other must-see attractions include the old lighthouse at Sturgeon Bay picturesque Sturgeon Bay, Washington Island, the country's oldest Icelandic settlement, and Ephraim, the village that takes great pride in its Scandinavian heritage. Finally, The Dells of the Wisconsin River is the place to view unique sandstone rock formations, canyons, and cliffs that developed between 510-520 million years ago. Don’t forget to take pictures of this breathtaking display of mother nature.
- Wisconsin State Capitol, Madison. No matter what state you visit, the state capital is a required stop. And Wisconsin is no exception. The Wisconsin State Capitol was constructed in 1917 and decorated with a massive 284-foot-high dome. Free tours are available daily and will show the building's interior features, including its sizeable murals, delicate marble work, and deluxe rotunda with its states and monuments. There's also a fascinating museum about the building's history. The nearby Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center offers an unforgettable view of the capital.
- Oshkosh. Located on Lake Winnebago, the small town of Oshkosh is host to the annual EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, the world's largest meeting of aviators. This event has been held here every summer since 1970, and for the week the event is here, Oshkosh becomes the nerve center of the aviation world. The air control tower is swamped with up to 15,000 aircraft of all shapes and sizes flying into upon the airport, along with nearly a half a million visitors. Events include electrifying aerobatic displays, flyovers by vintage and modern military planes, and night flying exhibitions.
Don’t let a lack of pep and vigor stop you from enjoying Wisconsin
There are many reasons people do not travel:
- I don’t have time
- I can’t afford it
- I have no one to go with
- I have small children
- I’m afraid to fly
- I’m worried about safety
But there is another reason that is all-too-often ignored: many folks are too tired, too exhausted, and too stressed even to plan a trip, let alone take one.
That’s sad. That’s pathetic. And it is also easy to remedy by restoring your good health!
Travel makes you a more interesting person. Travel expands your horizons and exposes you to new things. New people. New locations. New experiences. Traveling is fun!
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