The greater Appleton, Wisconsin area, known as Fox Cities, had its history cemented in the 1870s when paper manufacturers created their paper production plants in the area. The Fox River that runs through the region created hydropower, including electricity, making it the perfect spot for manufacturing.
The area’s diverse activities make it the perfect place for a multi-generational getaway. You can visit High Cliff State Park in the morning for hiking and a picnic lunch, then take in a Broadway show in the evening at the Fox Cities for the Performing Arts Center in downtown Appleton. In addition, downtown Appleton is bursting with public art displays. Use this map to guide you on a walking tour of all the area’s murals and sculptures.
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