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Fluno Center

Why Madison, WI is a great destination

Built on an isthmus and surrounded by lakes, Madison seamlessly blends the city and campus, green spaces and urban areas, to create a place unlike anywhere else. When visiting Madison, WI, a stay at the Fluno Center puts you in the heart of it all. Whether your purpose is business or leisure, we're conveniently located in downtown Madison, WI, with easy access to all of the UW-Madison campus, UW Hospital & Clinics, the Dane County Regional Airport, and major corporations such as American Family, TDS, Spectrum Brands, Alliant Energy, Epic and many others.

The Fluno Center's downtown location places visitors only minutes away from entertainment, activities, and shopping. A stroll to State Street's pedestrian mall offers a variety of bookstores, restaurants, coffeehouses, pubs, specialty shops and entertainment options. Also nearby are museums, several theater and performing arts venues, and UW Badger sporting events at the Kohl Center and Camp Randall Stadium.

University Resources for Visitors

Program participants have access to the university's many resources including its libraries as well as recreational facilities such as tennis and racquetball courts, the University Ridge Golf Course designed by Robert Trent Jones II, indoor swimming pools, and fully equipped gymnasiums.

Area Attractions

Built on an isthmus, Madison has 220 parks, more than 150 miles of bike and cross-country ski trails, and five area lakes for boating and fishing. Madison's many cultural and landmark attractions include:

Lake Monona and Lake Mendota, both walking distance from the Fluno Center, offer beautiful views, boat tours and rentals and more.

Bike rentals are also readily available nearby:

For more information on Madison attractions and events, please visit these sites:

Restaurants in the Area

Visit Madison restaurant guide is an excellent resource for determining where you would like to dine in Madison, or search area restaurants using the Isthmus dining guide.on and V

Photographs courtesy of Jeff Miller / UW-Madison University Communications.