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Milwaukee Arts & Entertainment -- From Gallery Night to top-notch theatre, Milwaukee is the central destination in the state for arts and culture.
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  2. Music (8)
  3. Theatre Groups (1)

Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory
Though officially called the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, most Milwaukeeans refer to this interesting botanical attraction as simply "the Domes." A popular place for weddings, events, and a great stop for out-of-towners, the Domes are a fun, peaceful place...

3D Movie Theaters in Milwaukee
Looking for a place to see the latest 3D movies in the Milwaukee area? This list of 3D Movie Theaters will help you find the Milwaukee theater closest to you with 3D technology.

Milwaukee Nightlife
Looking for something to do on a night out on the town? You can belly up to the bar with the college kids on Water Street, catch a comedy show at one of our great clubs, or take in a big-name show at one of our top-notch music venues on nearly any given night of the week.

Milwaukee Movie Theaters - Find a Milwaukee Movie Theater Near You
The Milwaukee area is home to several different movie theaters, from the ubiquitous Marcus Cinemas, to two art-house Landmark Theatres and even independent gems like the Rosebud Cinema Drafthouse.

Potawatomi Bingo Casino
Potawatomi Bingo Casino in Milwaukee is one of the largest gaming facilities in the Midwest, with a variety of gaming options including bingo, poker, video and reel slot machines and table games.

Milwaukee Children's and Family Activities
Keeping the kids occupied in Milwaukee is not a problem. From exciting local museums to the city's great beaches and parks, there are plenty of ways to keep the young ones busy throughout the year.

Milwaukee Comedy Clubs
Looking for some funny in the Milwaukee area? This list of comedy clubs, comedy groups and comedy friendly venues in the Milwaukee area will help you get your funny fix.

Frosty Flicks Kids $2 Winter Film Series
Find some fun during the freezing month of February and March by bringing the kids to the Frosty Flicks Winter Film Series at several of Milwaukee's Marcus Theatres. The best part is that Frosty Flicks Movies are only $2 per person!

Milwaukee RiverWalk
Milwaukee's RiverWalk is a three-mile pedestrian walkway and river trail that runs from the south end of Riverwest to the lakefront along the Milwaukee River. Most of the RiverWalk spans both sides of the Milwaukee River, though some areas on the north and south ends are still under construction.

The Pabst Theater
The Pabst Theater, located on the busy corner of Wells and Water Streets in downtown Milwaukee, is one of the best known and beautiful historic buildings in the city. It's also a very popular venue for music and other live performances, and is known for bringing cutting edge new talent to the city, as well as perennial favorites. The theater is...

Milwaukee Artist Mary Nohl: The Mary Nohl House
The Mary Nohl House in Fox Point is the fodder for many Milwaukee urban legends. Known to most local school kids as "The Witch's House," Mary Nohl's house and yard are filled with whimsical and bizarre concrete sculptures.

Fair Flicks
Add "go to the drive-in" to your list of things to do this summer. Milwaukee's State Fair Park will host Fair Flicks, a series of drive in movies, on most Friday and Saturday evenings throughout the month of July.

Milwaukee River Rhythms
Although there are a lot of events happening in Milwaukee during summer, many charge a hefty admission free. River Rhythms is one of the free options. Enjoy great music at Pere Marquette Park during River Rhythms.

The Bronze Fonz
The Bronze Fonz is a piece of public art located on Milwaukee's downtown Riverwalk just south of Wells Street on the eastern bank of the Milwaukee River. The sculpture is a likeness of actor Henry Winkler, who played Arthur Fonzarelli, or "the Fonz," on popular sitcom Happy Days...

Oriental Theater Milwaukee
Milwaukee's Landmark Oriental Theater is an ornate movie palace located on the East Side at 2330 N. Farwell Ave.

Free Days at Milwaukee Attractions
Milwaukee County offers free admission to a few of the city's most popular destinations on specific days. Visit the Milwaukee Public Museum, the Domes, the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Milwaukee County Zoo for free!

Milwaukee County Zoo
From ring-tailed lemurs to snow leopards to long-armed crabs, the Milwaukee County Zoo is home to more than 2,200 mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles. With nearly 120 years of experience under its belt...

Milwaukee summer festival guide
Milwaukee summer festivals, festivals in Milwaukee, ethnic festivals, art festivals in Milwaukee

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