The Spring green area
If you were led, blindfolded, from some other part of the world to Spring Green, you'd be forgiven for not guessing you were in the Midwest. In fact, you might not even guess you're in the United States; Spring Green seems to have as much in common with Tuscany as it does with America's Dairyland. Glaciers somehow missed the area, leaving it with a uniquely pastoral thumbprint.
It's safe to say Spring Green is a surprise, worthy of the discovery even of those who live near it. It is equal parts artists' community and down-to-earth farm town; uncrowded open space and unpretentious open people. It is Norman Rockwell, Edward Hopper and a bit of hippie culture all rolled into one. Frank Lloyd Wright saw all this and made the area his home - Taliesin, a museum and education center where Wright once lived, is minutes from APT.
Just as Frank Lloyd Wright was seduced by the near-Tuscan poetry of the Southwestern Wisconsin landscape, so too will you deepen your APT experience when you spend time with our villages and woods, wineries and rivers, trails and townspeople.