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25 Underrated Midwestern Towns to Visit this Fall

Autumn in the Midwest means the tiniest of towns are filled to the brim with apple, wine, and pumpkin harvests; farmers’ markets; antique shops and art fairs; outdoor theater; wine tastings; and pastoral settings on both land and water. Pack your hiking boots—you’ll want to explore well beyond the urban core.—Kristine Hansen
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