Capital of Wisconsin

What is the Capital of Wisconsin?

Madison is the capital of state of Wisconsin. Madison a city in the north of the United States. The city of Madison, as the capital of Wisconsin, is not the largest population center in the state, this status has the city of Milwaukee. The fame of the state came thanks to dairy production, excellent beer, natural parks and reserves.


Madison is located in the center of Dane County, 124 km from Milwaukee and 196 km from Chicago. The largest satellite city is Middleton. Within the city limits there are several small settlements that are not administratively part of the city. Historically, the western districts of the city were considered the most prestigious, while the working-class suburbs are located to the east, north and south of the center. Madison is often called the City of Four Lakes because it is surrounded by lakes: Mendota, Monona, Wobis and Kegonsa.