The 25 Best Things To Do In Milwaukee! | A Local’s Guide

Milwaukee is a city full of life and with its fair share of weird and quirky corners that hold all sorts of secrets and adventures. If you’re looking for things to do in Milwaukee, this list is a great place to start, we hand-picked these top attractions and local gems.

Milwaukee is the place we call home, but we aren’t just some overzealous locals who think everything in their city is amazing – we’ve also traveled the world and know the good attractions from the mediocre. These are the Milwaukee attractions we send all of our out-of-town friends to.

Let us be your local guides to our hometown!

This article is updated weekly and a lot of love is put in by Milwaukee locals that want you to thoroughly enjoy their city. 

 


Top Rated Things to do in Milwaukee

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1. Harley Davidson Museum

One of Milwaukee’s biggest claims to fame is Harley Davidson. If you’re an avid road warrior or even an occasional rider, you’ll find the Harley Davidson Museum an absolute blast. As one of the premier things to do in Milwaukee, make sure to check it out. Everything Harley-Davidson is here!

  • Address: 400 W. Canal St, Milwaukee

Milwaukee Public Market at night with traffic streaks

2. Milwaukee Public Market

The Public Market is a two-story icon full of truly unique and independent vendors of all things delicious.

In the middle of sightseeing and adventuring through Milwaukee, make sure to drop by for a cup of spectacular coffee, or wander the aisles looking for lunch. There are more than a dozen local vendors preparing snacks to full dinners. With a wide range of food types, you are sure to satisfy everyone in your group. 

  • Address: 400 N Water St, Milwaukee

Related Article: Top 20 Restaurants In Milwaukee


Aerial view of Miller Park Milwaukee Brewers

3. Tailgate at American Family field

There’s nothing too much more Wisconsin than a tailgate before a game, and in Milwaukee, we do it before every home Brewers game. Every game day the smell of charcoal grills and bratwurst sizzling and be smelled from about a mile in any direction of the stadium. Gather your group, a cooler with local beers, a portable grill, and take part in this uniquely Milwaukee tradition.

Parking lots open 3 hours before the game and fill up quickly with people grilling, playing games, and catching up with friends and tailgate neighbors before the game.

American Family Field is the new name of the Milwaukee Brewers with a retractable roof (previously called Miller Park, many locals will still use the old name). It’s a baseball icon that is a must for any fans passing through the city. If you come during the warmer months, you can eat out on the pavilion, and overlook the field in this piece of baseball history.

Off-Season Visitors: If you visit Milwaukee outside of baseball season you can still visit the field and eat inside the park at the restaurant with a non-sense name “the Restaurant To Be Named Later”. Here you can catch a meal on non-game days for lunch or dinner overlooking the third baseline and outfield. The food and drinks are much better than the name, and the views are pretty unique. 

  • Address: 1 Brewers Way, Milwaukee

Milwaukee riverfront boardwalk downtown Milwaukee

4. Milwaukee River Walk

A two-mile wander through downtown Milwaukee with direct access to some of the city’s best shops, bars, and restaurants. It’s a great way to get a feel for the city, as well as get some exploring in!


Deep fried Wisconsin cheese curds

5. Eat Some Cheese Curds 

Deep-Fried fresh cheese curds, yes – they are as good as they sound. Here in Milwaukee we fully embrace our dairy heritage and celebrate it in every gooey bite of cheese curds. You will find them on the appetizer section of many restaurants in Milwaukee, but some are better than others.

To do them right you need a nice light and crisp batter, not a heavy breading. The cheese should also be white cheese and a very ununiform size ranging anywhere from thumb-sized pieces down to olive-sized nuggets.

Why is that important? I’m glad you asked. The best cheese curds are made from curds taken directly from the cheese-making process. If they fit the description above, you know they fresh cheese curds, not some processed cheese chunks masquerading as cheese curds. 

You are permitted to dunk these little nuggets of joy into your favorite dipping sauce, here in Milwaukee we prefer ranch dressing. 

*** Public Service Announcement – For first-time visitors, if you don’t have cheese curds and frozen custard you did not actually visit Milwaukee ***

Our Picks for Best Cheese Curds: 

Lakefront Brewery (See Map) – You should also really do a Brewery tour here (yeah sure you’ve done brewery tours before) but this one is actually fun. Stay for the cheese curds they are some of the best in the city.

Crafty Cow (See Map) – Also good burgers and beer selection in the fun and quirky Bay View neighborhood.

Related: Our full Foodie Guide to Milwaukee Restaurants

Even more cheese

We encourage you to delve deeper into Milwaukee’s dairy culture with a few more cheesy stops.

Clock Shadow Creamery – To get the full experience head to Clock Shadow Creamery one of the few cheesemakers actually in the city of Milwaukee. You can take a tour and learn all about the delicious cheeses they make and try a few as well. 

Wisconsin Cheese Mart – For all the cheese lovers out there. It’s been around since 1938  and they have over 150 types of cheese and ship to all 50 states! Any cheese you could think of is here, and there will be a whole bunch more you’ve never heard of! Check it out and enjoy the little restaurant/bar next door. You’ll get to sample some of the excellent Wisconsin cheeses and learn a little bit as well. Address: 215 W. Highland Avenue, Milwaukee

West Allis Cheese Mart – This is a great little cheese shop with a few locations around Milwaukee. We love to go to the location inside the Milwaukee Public Market. They have an extensive selection of cheese mostly from Wisconsin, but a few offerings from abroad as well. If you are in the Public Market you need to make a stop here. 


Milwaukee Riverfront Third Ward

6. Explore the Historic Third Ward

The Historic Third Ward is Milwaukee’s Art and Fashion district. It’s home to some truly fantastic theaters, breweries, and more than its share of interesting places to eat and neat shops to explore.

The Third Ward is one of the best places to wander looking for inspiration on things to do in Milwaukee! Take some time and explore, we guarantee you’ll find something great!

If you’re going to one of the many festivals at Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest, German Fest, Irish Fest, etc.) You’ll most likely park in this area and can easily take a stroll through some shops.

Book a culinary tour of the Historic Third Ward click here for details

Milwaukee Ale House

Located in the heart of 3rd Ward, Milwaukee Ale House is one of the best stops on the river walk. It has two distinct bars, and both are spectacular.

The Ale House Bar is one of the best nightspots in Milwaukee with live music several nights a week, and some house brews on tap, it’s a truly wonderful place. Downstairs is the Hopside Down. It’s a more intimate Irish-style bar with patio access and a laid-back vibe. No matter what you’re looking for, Milwaukee Ale House will be able to accommodate you!

  • Address: 233 North Water Street, Milwaukee

Related: Best Breakfast in Milwaukee (Many in the Third Ward)


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7. Take A Brewery Tour 

Yeah Yeah, I am sure you’ve taken lots of brewery tours before – but our’s are better. Milwaukee is literally called brew city – We have new breweries, old breweries, and some of the best brewery tours I’ve been on (and I’ve been on too many). Plus you really have to stay hydrated after all of that cheese. 

We’ve narrowed down the list of essential brewery tours in Milwaukee to only the best of the best. There is lots of great beer in the city, but a fun tour is what we are after here.

Lakefront Brewery

Lakefront Brewery is one of the best brewery tours in Milwaukee. They revolutionized the brewery tour in Milwaukee by hiring comics to do their tours as you walk the facilities sipping their beers. Make sure to check out Lakefront and discover who will be crowned the bung queen! Don’t know what that is? That’s ok. It’s a ton of fun, and they’ll tell you all about it!

They brew spectacular beer and offer tours on most days. Check out their website and get all the info you would need. They range from $8 to a $30 technical tour for homebrewers.

  • Address: 1872 N Commerce St, Milwaukee

Milwaukee Brewing Company

Lakefront used to be the go-to spot for tours, but MKE Brewing is close to overtaking them for the best tour in Milwaukee. MKE Brewing Company is one of Milwaukee’s gems.  The tours here are great and are “Beer in Hand” meaning you get to drink beer while you ask questions and learn about the beer! If you leave this tour sober, it’s your own fault! 

  • Address: 1128 N. 9th Street, Milwaukee

MillerCoors Brewery

It’s Miller Time! Get a personal tour guide through the history of Milwaukee beer and wander through 150+ years of brewing history. Explore this fascinating large-scale brewery and iconic label in beer history. They may be the big guys, but this tour has a lot of interesting things to see like the historic beer caves and Milwaukeebeer memorabilia. 

  • Address: 4251 W. State St, Milwaukee

Pabst Brewery

The home of PBR! One of the definitive Milwaukee attractions – Take a tour through the historic Pabst Brewery and Mansion to check out this iconic chapter in brewing history.

  • Address: 901 W Juneau Ave, Milwaukee

Related Post: Top 10 best brewery tours in Milwaukee


 

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8. Milwaukee Art Museum

The Milwaukee Art Museum opened its first gallery in 1888, since then it has been collecting and preserving art and has grown into a truly fantastic experience. From the iconic “wings” on the Calatrava to the rotating galleries and collections. This signature Milwaukee experience has something for everyone.

  • Address: 700 N Art Museum Dr, Milwaukee

Related Article: The Perfect Weekend in Milwaukee Guide


Woman walking through the Mitchell Park Domes - Top things to do in Milwaukee 

9. Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (The Domes)

Three geodesic domes each with its own biosphere. Explore the Desert Dome and wander through one of the best collections of succulents, shrubs, and cacti. Then explore the Tropical Dome and see the incredible diversity of the rainforests of five continents.

Finally, make sure to check out the Floral Show Dome. Depending on the time of year, there are five seasonal displays, and each one is fantastic.

  • Address: 524 S Layton Blvd, Milwaukee

Related Article: 3 Days in Milwaukee Guide


10. Discovery World

Don’t think this is just for kids! This is a fascinating museum with learning labs, the Reinman Aquarium, and interactive exhibits galore! Take the time to really explore this amazing place and have a ton of fun!

  • Address: 500 N Harbor Dr, Milwaukee

Girl with the Fonze statue in Downtown Milwaukee

11. Bronze Fonz – Recently Re-Opened

Aayyyy! The Fonz is back after a winter makeover.  The bronze statue of Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzarelli is back out on the streets of Milwaukee, just in time for your spring and summer selfies.

In case you aren’t up on your 1970s sitcom trivia, the Fonz is a beloved character from the series Happy Days. The show is set in Milwaukee during the 1950-60s. To pay homage to the show and its ties to the city we got a bronze statue to commemorate it. 

You can check out the Bronze Fonz on Wells Street in Downtown Milwaukee. Posing in front of the river, it’s a great place to get a photo with a piece of sitcom and Milwaukee, history.

  • Address: N Riverwalk Way, Milwaukee

12. Summerfest

Milwaukee’s annual music festival, Summerfest, is one of the premier things to do in Milwaukee. Summerfest is the world’s largest music festival. It spans 11 days with 800 acts playing on 11 stages.

In true Wisconsin fashion, there will be plenty of beer & cheese curds available. Lots of the best Milwaukee restaurants also serve up some of their popular dishes. It’s a great place to sample different restaurants. If you love music, you have to check out Summerfest!

  • Address: 639 E. Summerfest Place, Milwaukee

13. Betty Brinn Children’s Museum

If you have kids, you need to come here. The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is designed with the goal of educating children in ways that help build critical skills during their younger years.

It’s chock full of awesome, interactive exhibits and programs that help out the kids, as well as a whole slew of options that educate the caregivers. Don’t forget, and it’s also a ton of fun!

  • Address: 929 E. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee

Best Places to Stay in Milwaukee

Iron Horse Hotel Milwaukee (New & Trendy): One hundred years ago, the building was a warehouse. Now it’s an upscale hotel created for both bikers and business travelers alike. It has a warm, inviting atmosphere with a spectacular restaurant and a modern feel that showcases art, events, and is dog-friendly. Even if you’re not planning on staying, the Iron Horse is a truly Milwaukee experience that never fails to entertain. Address: 500 W. Florida St, Milwaukee  –  Check Prices | Hotels.com | TripAdvisor

Pfister Hotel Milwaukee (Classic Milwaukee Hotel): Built in 1893, the Pfister has been a staple of Milwaukee Elegance for over 100 years. Everything in this hotel exudes a sense of class and style. Enjoy the night in beautiful rooms with impeccable service. The Pfister is a truly wonderful experience that harkens back to the glory of yesteryear. Address:424 E. Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee  –  Check Prices | Orbitz | TripAdvisor

Aloft Hotel Milwaukee (Great Location): It is located right by Milwaukee Riverwalk and the 3rd Ward. Aloft offers something for everyone, especially the food lover. Eateries, boutiques, brewpubs, and so much more are moments from the door not to mention their own spectacular W XYZ Bar that has an extensive menu with everything from great wine to interesting cocktails! Address: 1230 Old World Third Street, Milwaukee  –  Check Prices | Booking.com | TripAdvisor


14. Have a ridiculously huge Bloody Mary at Sobleman’s

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A relaxed pub and grill with some out-of-this world-burgers! A great atmosphere and truly Midwestern Bloody Marys make this a must-go place anytime you stop in Milwaukee. Don’t forget to get some gooey fried cheese curds too!

  • Address: 1900 W. St. Paul Ave, Milwaukee

Related: Best Burgers in Milwaukee


Leon's Frozen Custard Milwaukee Stand

15. Try Frozen Custard 

First thing – don’t call it ice cream, it’s Frozen Custard! Frozen Custard is the only dessert that matters in Milwaukee.

Our picks for Best Frozen Custard in Milwaukee

If you ask three locals their favorite place to get frozen custard, you’ll probably get three different answers. However, most locals would agree on a few places

Kopp’s Frozen Custard

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There are lots of places that make frozen custard, but Kopp’s is hands down our favorite. They have two flavors of the day as well as vanilla and chocolate custard. Get a scoop of the flavor of the day and a second scoop of the vanilla in a dish (or a cone if that’s your thing). The burgers are also some of the best burgers in Milwaukee. It’s a quirky place, not fancy – but this is Milwaukee comfort food at its finest.

 

Leon’s Frozen Custard

A Milwaukee landmark since 1942. Leon’s is one of the great places to get frozen custard in Milwaukee. They have daily flavors and serve a pretty great sandwich. Open year-round, make sure to check it out if you get a sudden sweet tooth.

This one is probably a bit far south for visitors staying downtown, but it’s a fun old-school neon-clad drive up with some pretty top-notch frozen custard.

  • Address: 3131 S. 27th St, Milwaukee (see map)

Related Post: Milwaukee’s Top 20 Restaurants


16. Old World Third Street

Old World Third Street is home to some of the oldest buildings in Milwaukee. This is a blast from the past and a wonderful way to take a step into the German influences of Milwaukee.

Though the buildings are old, there are some spectacular contemporary restaurants and bars that fill the street. Make sure to check out some of what Old World 3rd Street has to offer!

Usinger’s

Usinger’s sausage has been a staple of Milwaukee Cuisine for over 100 years. Started in 1880 by Frederick Usinger, it’s currently in its 3rd generation of family ownership and still producing and distributing some of the most delicious sausages you’ll ever have.

  • Address: 1030 N. Old World 3rd Street, Milwaukee

17. Holler House – Bowl the Oldest Lanes in the U.S.

Home of the oldest certified bowling alley in the U.S. This is a treasure. The pins are not set by one of those fancy machine-thingys, at the Holler House, they set every pin by hand. If you want to play, call ahead, as they have to round up some local kids to set pins for you. But this is a taste of old-world glory with the tin roof and fun feel. Bowling entusistists and those in search of the wonderfully quirky – this is your place. Don’t miss this wonderfully old-timey thing to do in Milwaukee.

  • Address: 2042 W. Lincoln Ave, Milwaukee

18. Visit A Milwaukee Beer Garden

Hubbard Park Milwaukee Beer Garden

Get a feel for Milwaukee’s German Heritage with a trip to one of the many Beer Gardens found all around the city in the County Parks. If you’re here in the warmer months, make sure to come and have a mug in the peaceful parks. It’s a great place to grab some German food and brews, and relax in a communal setting. It’s a favorite thing to do in Milwaukee for both locals and visitors!

Here are a couple of the most popular beer gardens in Milwaukee:

  • Estabrook Beer Garden – 4600 Estabrook Pkwy, Milwaukee
  • Beer Garden at Hubbard Park – 3565 N Morris Blvd, Shorewood
  • South Shore Terrace – 2900 S Shore Dr, Milwaukee

Related: Your Guide to the Best Beer Gardens in Milwaukee


Milwaukee Pabst Mansion

19. Pabst Mansion

The home of Captain Frederick Pabst, of Pabst Breweries. It housed parties, weddings, funerals, and even the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee for more than sixty years. Since then, it has housed artwork and functions of all kinds. It’s one of the iconic Milwaukee sights, make sure to stop here to see a piece of Milwaukee history.

  • Address: 2000 W. Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee

20. Jazz in the Park

If you visit in the summer, make sure to check out Milwaukee’s free summer concert series that takes place every Thursday from June through the first weekend of September!


21. Brady Street

Running nine blocks from Lake Michigan to the Milwaukee River. Brady Street showcases some fascinating stores and quirky corners of Milwaukee. One of the best things to do in Milwaukee is make sure to take a walk down it, no matter the time of year!

There are tons of restaurants and bars to keep you busy all day long. Don’t forget to get a hot dog at the Dogg Haus!


22. Safehouse

It’s a SPY BAR!! If you don’t know the password, you have to undergo a series of challenges at the door. All of which are televised to the other patrons in the bar. If you do know the password, don’t tell anyone. It’s a city secret. The Safehouse is everything vintage spy, shaken and not stirred. The martinis are even served via an air tube delivery system to run around the restaurant area. 

If you’re seeking something to do in Milwaukee that is a little different, this is your answer. There are hidden doors, spy games, and a noir-tinged martini menu that make this a great place to visit!

  • Address: 779 N Front St, Milwaukee

23. Veteran’s Park

A bustling site for races, festivals, and music Veteran’s Park always has something going on. And in the rare case, it’s a quiet night. It’s right along the lake and makes for a beautiful walk.

  • Address: 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive, Milwaukee

24. North Point Lighthouse 

Get a glimpse back in time to the maritime roots of Milwaukee at one of the city’s most iconic lighthouses. North Point Lighthouse has been guiding ships along lake Michigan since 1888.

  • Address: 2650 N Wahl Ave, Milwaukee

25. Great Lake Distillery Tour

While in Milwaukee we are more known for our beer than booze, a few excellent craft distillery call the cream city home too. 

A small-batch distillery that creates fine liquors using old-world methods. They use local ingredients as much as possible, which makes each product unique and a true piece of Wisconsin! Tours are available, and they last about an hour with a tasting of a flight of 6 products. The total fee is $10.

  • Address: 616 W. Virginia St, Milwaukee

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Our city might not boast the biggest skyline or blow you away with raw natural beauty, but don’t underestimate Milwaukee – it’s actually a pretty cool city with a lot to offer.

This is only a list of the smallest sliver of what’s available any day in Milwaukee. It’s some of our favorite things, and the places we enjoy most. If you have some ideas or thoughts, make sure to tell us. We hope you enjoy your adventures in Milwaukee!

Originally written with the help of Corwin Holzman-Crass, a Milwaukee local who blogs on adventures in karate, travel, & writing

This Milwaukee guide is now updated and adapted by Hannah & Adam who are now back home living in Milwaukee, WI.

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43 thoughts on “The 25 Best Things To Do In Milwaukee! | A Local’s Guide”

  1. Coming to Milwaukee next week for the first time and this is VERY helpful. One thing, though – here in Rhode Island there are a whole bunch of duckpin bowling alleys!

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  2. You missed a new part of the Pabst brewing story, which is their new taproom in the old Methodist Church near the original brewery!

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  3. Hi Hannah,

    we will visit Milwaukee in July of this year and wanted to thank you for your tips. Especially, I am looking forward for the lighthouse as it seems to be a great location to do cool photographs. Greetings from Germany.

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  4. Great information. So many things to do. Appreciate that the address to each location is noted. That will help us since we are pretty good at getting lost! Looking forward to going Milwaukee!

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  5. Great Article! This helps in my planning for our upcoming trip. My husband, daughter and I will be heading to Milwaukee this April. We will only have one day and maybe another afternoon. We won’t be able to see all 77 things on this trip, so we’ll have to save the rest for another trip:) I really want to squeeze in the Art museum (at the very least seeing Calatrava’s wings close).

    Do you know of any cheese tours? We love checking out “how it’s made” tours and cheese seems fitting for this trip. Any ideas?

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    • Glad you’ll be making your way to our hometown! Yes, there are cheese tours, one of the best right now is at Clock Shadow Creamery, look them up for a great tour.

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  6. I don;t think I am ever going to have enough time to do all the 77 things listed here (that’s an impressively comprehensive list by the way) but if I were to pick my top favourites, I’d say the Pabst Mansion and the pier lighthouse look pretty cool. And yeah, the cheese mart is definitely getting a visit from me.

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  7. I wish I had had more time in Milwaukee when I was there. I did manage to check some of these things off this list. The Fonzie statue totally made me giggle. Haha. I want to go back and see all the different breweries since I hated beer when I was there a few years ago; now it’s totally my jam! I’m picturing a midwest road trip in my near future!

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  8. Wow! Milwaukee who knew? You guys do! No more Lavern and Shirley stereotypes – what a beautiful city! I worked it the beer industry for years and got to know some of the Pabst family – and they kept on telling me to come to Milwaukee, ok its now officially on the list… lots to do and to drink a bloody mary for a meal!!

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  9. What a complete range of experiences that Milwaukee has on offer. I must say it seems to be a complete indulgence for the senses. Have not been there but looking at the range of sights and activities the place has, I am really impressed and would love to visit. Of course when you are visiting such a place for the first time you tend to be overwhelmed with the sheer range of things to do and local help in prioritizing is always welcome. Some of the top things that I would do is to walk along the river and visit the Art Museum.

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  10. I would not have guessed this city was full of foodie finds, breweries and museums!! I don’t think Milwaukee was on my ist before but it certainly is now.

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  11. What a comprehensive list this is!! WOW! While Harlet Davidson is not my thing, I’d love to visit the art museum, take a stroll down the river front (look so peaceful!) History lovers would love the old world 3rd street (me too!) and oh my gosh the cheese street looks super duper inviting! SOOO many museums! LOVE LOVE!

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    • LOL Cheese Street, so much cheese can be found in Wisconsin and Milwaukee has some really good cheese stores. There are a ton of museums in Milwaukee and some we are yet to go to. We need to go check out more of our hometown.

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  12. You are right, there is so much to explore in Milwaukee. It was a couple of years since I was last there and while reading your in-depth review, I’m discovering new spots. Sobleman looks like a great place to eat – that burger especially 🙂 and visiting the Pabst mansion are two new experiences for my next trip. Awesome post!

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  13. Although I’ve been to Milwaukee, it still surprises me that there are 77 best(!) things to do! I was there far too short and did visit only the Museum of Natural History which is really nice. I think I have to go back there at least for the Art Museum – and the food at Sobleman’s, that looks really delicious!

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  14. Milwaukee is on my list of destinations to do in the US and this post is very informative so I have bookmarked this for future reference. Milwaukee as a lot more things to do and see than I thought.

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  15. Thanks for sharing this post! Bunch of things to do in Milwaukee! All of the activities must really be tried, so many places to visit from eats to discoveries.. I really love the photos, they were all captured beautifully. Such a good read!

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  16. I appreciate this post so much! My boys and I are currently visiting all 50 states in 365 days (this year). And, since we won’t be able to do our Smoky Mountains trip this weekend because of the snowstorm, we are headed to Milwaukee! And, this list has been amazing for planning! Thanks so much! Brennon

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    • Hope you and the boys have an epic trip to Milwaukee. Let us know if you have any other Milwaukee questions. Bummer to hear about the snowstorm messing with your travel plans but I am sure you will get there soon. Safe travels.

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  17. 77 things to do in Milwaukee is quite a lot of read. Sharing your experience about Milwaukee will give a lot of insights to readers, travelers, and writers.

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      • You’ve got a great list here. You might mention the beautiful smaller museums, Villa Terrace and The Charles Allis. They both are unique as having once been residences of prominent Milwaukee people. I’m thinking the red lighthouse in your photos is not the North Point Lighthouse. The North Point Lighthouse and the museum is in Lake Park and is painted white I believe..

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        • There are tons of things to do in Milwaukee! Thanks for the update on the lighthouse, I fixed that. Some day we need to spend the entire day just being a tourist in Milwaukee. See you soon Susan!

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  18. I am woefully undertraveled in my own country–I need to explore of the U.S. instead of heading outside of the country all of the time! I flew into Milwaukee several years ago, but immediately left to go visit my then-boyfriend’s family who lived out in Eau Claire. Looking back, I definitely should’ve skipped out on the family time (he and I broke up not long afterwards) to tour Milwaukee instead! 🙂 🙂 Hindsight’s 20/20, right? Adding Milwaukee to our list of places in the States to see!

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    • Milwaukee is our hometown and every time we go back there always new things to do in Milwaukee! It’s a great city, but if it’s your first visit I would suggest visiting in the summer! Milwaukee is more fun then!

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  19. Not sure if we have time for 77 things,,,but we would really like to go there for a weekend sometime soon! Thanks for the great info:)

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