Monona Terrace, Madison (must see)
The east and west promenade areas are popular locations for exhibitions. Popular features have included a history of Madison, as well as a photo collection dedicated to Frank Lloyd Wright's life. An exhibition on the third floor's gallery featured the journey from the time Wright conceived his civic center design in 1938 to the venue's construction and opening.
Other noteworthy features include a memorial to Otis Redding and a Hall of Fame Room. The William T. Evjue Rooftop Gardens provide a serene place to enjoy a touch of nature. These gardens are also a setting for art, with sculptures.
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