Forget any of those "haunted" spot: House on the Rock is by far the creepiest thing in Wisconsin. So many kids (myself included) have memories of rooms of instruments that play themselves, giant sea creatures, dusty mannequins, and so many dolls... dolls in an orchestra, animatronic dolls, dolls riding a carousel, dolls with taxidermy... it's truly nightmarish stuff. Ironically, the Infinity Room, which juts out over a ravine with no supports, is supposed to freak people out, but it's really the least scary part of the whole place. Still, people enjoy riding the giant indoor carousel and gazing at a million Santas, so it's the most popular tourist attraction in Wisconsin.
Where but Wisconsin would the world's largest six-pack of beer be located? Originally painted Old Style by the G. Heileman Brewing Company, the beer storage tanks are now owned by the City Brewing Company. Though it's now a vinyl wrap instead of paint, the La Crosse Lager design allows beer fans to still gaze longingly at the tanks that hold 7,340,796 cans worth of brew. According to the very helpful sign, that would supply one person with a six-pack every day for 3,351 years.