5 Reasons To Move To Madison;
College Students Moving Home
Choosing to move back home after college is a bridge a lot of people cross. But where to? If you are in your last year of college you might want to plan it now. Choose the location. What side of the city. Near your work or your parent’s house. If you are getting an apartment you’ll want to decide how big of an apartment you’ll want, if you want a garage, laundry room, etc. Researching everything ahead of time will give you peace of mind so that you are not finishing finals while trying to figure out where you’ll live… or get stuck moving back home with your parents until you find a place.
Awesome Aspects For Madison
If you are moving to Wisconsin than you must consider Madison. Finding an apartment or place to live should be your first step. There are many attractions for young and old alike. New families and singles.
1- Check out the Henry Vilas Zoo. I’d love to see the Arctic Passage exhibit.
2- Get on the trails. Go for a hike, bike ride jog or just go explore. Madison has over 200 miles of bike trails. Check the weather apps to make sure you’ll have good weather first. Madison has three lakes too. In the winter people can ice skate on them.
3- Madison is Wisconsin’s state capital. Learn about the building built in 1917. Take a guided tour and look at the murals, architecture and marble that was sent from Germany, France and Italy.
4- Shop at the Dane County Farmer’s Market. Vendors have booths with fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers and homemade goods every Saturday.
5-Marvel at Deer Shelter Rock with its 3,200 windows and 218 foot long infinity room. The inventor was trying to do his own building based on inspiration of Floyd Lloyd Wright.
There are many other museums, 5 star restaurants and historic sites to explore as long as loving living in Madison for the small-town feel and cozy east coast weather. The city Madison is named after James Madison, the fourth President of the United States. It is a great place to live for those returning home from college and those wanting to start out on their own. Single or with a young family. There is so much to see and explore in this 77 square mile city. Added bonus, for those starting a family, Madison ranks second in education in the nation.