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400 River Place
Madison  WI  53716  United States
LAT: 43.045735 LONG: -89.32580
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (608) 221-0055 Fax: +1 (608) 221-9809

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Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Madison, WI

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Rest Easy near Top Madison-area Attractions

Enjoy close proximity to all Madison, WI has to offer during your stay at our Country Inn & Suites. With Lake Monona and Madison’s thriving downtown area nearby, you’ll always find new things to do whether you’re traveling on your own or with your family. If the little ones are in tow, be sure to visit Madison Children’s Museum, Henry Vilas Zoo or one of the 250 parks in the area. Stop by the Wisconsin Historical Museum and the state capitol building for a bit of local history. If you’re in town for a concert or conference, our rooms and suites put you within five miles of the Alliant Energy Center and Monona Terrace. Are you a Badgers fan? The University of Wisconsin–Madison campus is just 15 minutes away, making it easy for you to catch a game.

Shopping and Family Entertainment:

  • East Towne Mall (5.4 miles)
    Located near the intersection of U.S. Route 151 and I-90, this 80-store retail center is a shoppers’ paradise. Switch up your wardrobe at H&M, JCPenney or Boston Store before stopping for a snack in the food court.
    Phone: +1 (608) 244-1387
  • Henry Vilas Zoo (6 miles)
    A day trip to this zoological park is sure to put smiles on your family’s faces. Check out dozens of animal species from nearly every continent, from African lions to polar bears.
    Phone: +1 (608) 266-4732
  • Madison Children's Museum (5.5 miles)
    At this hands-on children’s museum, the little ones can churn butter, dig into a clay art project and run in a giant gerbil wheel in the “city” of Possible-opolis.
    Phone: +1 (608) 256-6445
  • University of Wisconsin Geology Museum (5.8 miles)
    Sign up for a one-hour guided tour to see fossils of dinosaurs and Ice Age creatures as well as hundreds of rock and mineral specimens. Prefer to peruse at your own pace? Take a self-guided tour instead.
    Phone: +1 (608) 262-1412
  • Wisconsin Historical Museum (5.6 miles)
    Follow the story of Wisconsin from ancient times to the present by examining 110,000 historical objects and nearly 400,000 archaeological artifacts at this family-friendly museum.
    Phone: +1 (608) 264-6555

Sports and Recreation:

  • Allen Centennial Garden (6.5 miles)
    Stroll through beautiful, well-maintained gardens located at this 2.5-acre educational facility managed by the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
    Phone: +1 (608) 576-2501
  • Olbrich Botanical Gardens (3.6 miles)
    Journey to the tropics without leaving Madison by visiting Olbrich Botanical Gardens, where you can see a waterfall, birds, orchids, coffee trees, butterflies and more. Don’t miss the Thai Pavilion! Adorned with gold leaf etchings and intricate designs, it is one of only four Thai Pavilions located outside of Thailand.
    Phone: +1 (608) 246-4550
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison (6 miles)
    The flagship campus of the state’s university system, the University of Wisconsin–Madison is home to the Badgers as well as four National Historic Landmarks.
    Phone: +1 (608) 263-2400

Tours and Events:

  • Alliant Energy Center (3.8 miles)
    The 500-plus events held every year at the Alliant Energy Center include sporting competitions, consumer expos and outdoor concerts.
    Phone: +1 (608) 267-3976
  • Betty Lou Cruises (10 miles)
    Board a cruise ship and sail out to the center of Lake Monona. You can get a glimpse of the Madison city skyline while you indulge in delicious food and drinks.
    Phone: +1 (608) 246-3138
  • Monona Terrace (5 miles)
    Attend a concert, exhibition or banquet on the shore of Lake Monona at the 85,000-square-foot Monona Terrace, designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
    Phone: +1 (608) 261-4000
  • The Wisconsin Executive Residence (8.4 miles)
    Known as “the people’s home of Wisconsin,” this governor’s mansion is open for public tours every Thursday from mid-May through August. Holiday tours are offered during December.
    Phone: +1 (608) 246-5501