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Short on Cash? 50 Free Things to Do in Milwaukee
Having fun in our fair city doesn't need to cost a dime. Here are 50 ways to enjoy yourself in Milwaukee without hitting the ATM.
Your Best Guide to Experiencing the Milwaukee...
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.
Free Days at Milwaukee Attractions
Four of Milwaukee's most popular cultural destinations offer free admission on specific days throughout the year. Visit the Milwaukee Public Museum, the Domes, the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Milwaukee County Zoo for free!
Your Handy Guide to Milwaukee's FM Radio Stations
Milwaukee Radio Stations - A listing of local FM radio stations in the Milwaukee area
Brady Street Restaurants
Find 23 selections here on this list of restaurants on Milwaukee's Brady Street, from cheap to chic. It's also a popular nightlife strip.
Seven Bridges Trail - Grant Park, South Milwaukee
Seven Bridges Trail - Grant Park, South Milwaukee. A photo tour of the Seven Bridges Trail in South Milwaukee's Grant Park.
7 Colleges and Universities in the Milwaukee Area
The Milwaukee area is home to several great colleges and universities. Check out this listing of colleges and universities for more details.
Discover Milwaukee's Most Popular Attractions
Looking for a great place to spend the day in Milwaukee, or a cool spot to show off your town to visitors? Find six of the top tourist destinations here.
The Attempted Assassination of Theodore Roosevelt
An account of the Roosevelt assassination attempt in Milwaukee in 1912.
Milwaukee Area Beaches
Milwaukee is located on the west side of Lake Michigan, and where water meets land one will often find a beach. Warm weather brings the people of Brew City flocking to the lakefront hubs of Bradford and McKinley beach, but there are other great beaches dotting our shoreline to the north and south as...
Milwaukee Free Clinics
Everyone needs health care at some point. Don't let a lack of insurance coverage or under-insured coverage prevent you from seeking the help you need. This list of Milwaukee free and sliding scale clinics will refer you to people who can help.
Milwaukee Artist Mary Nohl: The Mary Nohl House
While morbidly exciting, that story is not true. In fact, Nohl had never married, and she never had any
Average Monthly Temperatures in Milwaukee
One great thing about Milwaukee is that the city truly experiences all four seasons. The average temperature in Milwaukee ranges about 65 degrees from the average January low to the average July high, and those that live here have to be prepared for all types of weather.
Milwaukee Malls
Find out where Milwaukee malls are located and what stores are located in each complex: find information on Mayfair, Brookfield Square, Bayshore, Southridge and Grand Avenue malls in Milwaukee.
Water Street Bars
Consider this strip as one catering to the college crowd- think cheap drinks, dancing on tables, and most likely crowded conditions on weekend nights.
Milwaukee River Cruises
Milwaukee's namesake river cuts through the heart of downtown, and during summer months it's not uncommon
Village of Bayside
A look at the history, demographics, median age, etc. of the Village of Bayside, Milwaukee. Bayside is a neighborhood in the Milwaukee metro area.
Milwaukee Summer Lakefront & Ethnic...
The best known of all Milwaukee's many festivals are those that take place on the beautiful lakefront at Maier Festival Park. Find a list of 11 here.
Romantic Restaurants in Milwaukee
These places are less about kids, shot specials, and quick eats, and more about atmosphere, specialty beers and cocktails, and leisurely dining.
Wisconsin Child Restraint Laws
Be sure to adequately protect all children riding in your vehicle to both keep them safe and avoid the headache of paying a fine.
Milwaukee Brewery Tours
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Need a Cab in Milwaukee? Here's Who to Call
A listing of Milwaukee cab companies, Waukesha cab companies, and Milwaukee area airport transportation options.
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory
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10 Summer Activities for Kids in Milwaukee
Think there is nothing left to do with your kids this summer? Think again! Gather up the kids, maybe a few friends and neighbors, and get ready for some inexpensive -- and even free -- summer fun in Milwaukee.
Bradford Beach
Bradford Beach is a popular local hangout in Milwaukee located on Lincoln Memorial Drive.
The Bronze Fonz
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Mayfair Mall Milwaukee
Mayfair is the largest mall in Milwaukee with 180 stores, including such notable retailers as Macy's, Sephora and Pottery Barn, more than 30 restaurants and snack bars, and an 18-theater AMC cinema. Find directions to Mayfair Mall, a list of shops and more.
Milwaukee Farmers Markets 2013
For fresh produce and flowers, nothing beats buying from a farmers' market. Find a farmers' market in Milwaukee and learn which days to drop by.
Milwaukee Bar Guide
Milwaukee is also known as Brew City, and for good reason. It's not hard to find a place to belly up to the bar in this town. So while finding a bar is easy, finding the right bar to suit your tastes can be a little trickier if you're not so familiar with the Milwaukee nightlife scene.
Restaurants at Mayfair Mall
There are many restaurants in Mayfair Mall and surrounding the shopping complex. Find a great place to eat with this list of restaurants and eateries at Mayfair Mall in Milwaukee
10 Milwaukee Summer Activities
The summer months in Milwaukee are fleeting, so make the most of them while you can. The 10 fun summer activities on this list are just some of the many great things to do in Milwaukee while the heat is on.
Bayshore Town Center Milwaukee
Bayshore is a large mall in Milwaukee with nearly 100 stores, including such notable retailers as Nine West, the Apple Store and H & M, several restaurants, and the IPic Entertainment Center, featuring movie theaters, food and bowling.
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...
The Milwaukee River
The Milwaukee River begins in Fond du Lac County, and as it progresses it picks up flowage from three Milwaukee River branches: the west, east and south branches. At approximately 100 miles, the river twists and turns on a wild course, meandering south and east through West Bend, Fredonia and Saukville before...
Recycling in Milwaukee
Can you recycle that can of paint? The cardboard? Read up on Milwaukee recycling rules. Learn all about recycling in Milwaukee and self and where to take it if it can't go in your bin.
Milwaukee Lakefront Walking Tour
Milwaukee Lakefront Walking Tour - Discover Milwaukee's Gold Coast on Foot
The Shops of Grand Avenue Milwaukee
Milwaukee's Shops of Grand Avenue Mall are located downtown on Wisconsin Avenue. Here you can find stores and restaurants and their phone numbers.
Milwaukee Driving Distances
The state of Wisconsin and its near neighbors have a lot to offer, and you can get to any number of destinations with just a few hours of drive time.
E-Cycling Electronics in Milwaukee
As of September 1, 2010, Wisconsin is under an electronics recycling law that requires businesses that sell electronics to also recycle (E-Cycle) them. Find out where to recycle electronics in Milwaukee with this list of E-Cycle Facilities...
Seven Bridges Trail
Seven Bridges Trail - Grant Park, South Milwaukee. A photo tour of the Seven Bridges Trail in South Milwaukee's Grant Park.
Historic Homes in Milwaukee
The early industrialists of Milwaukee left a few legacies to the city of Milwaukee. Their names grace factories, streets, neighborhoods and public places, and some of their beautiful homes still stand as testament to a bygone era. Visit any of the mansions on this list for a fun lesson in architecture and you'll often get a great dose of Milwaukee history along the way.
Lake Express High Speed Ferry
The Lake Express High Speed Ferry offers 2 1/2 hour service between Milwaukee and Muskegon, MI, from May through October. Launched into service on March 20, 2004, the Lake Express Ferry is an aluminum hulled catamaran...
Milwaukee Festival Guide
From ethnic festivals to beer festivals to the corner church fair, Milwaukee is a city that loves to celebrate. So no matter what your taste, from the laid back atmosphere of your neighborhood church festival, to the intense crowds of Summerfest, Milwaukee definitely has a festival or two that you'll want to get on your calendar.
Reclaiming Our Heritage
Reclaiming Our Heritage is the ultimate Memorial Day event in Milwaukee, and it takes place the weekend after the Monday Memorial Day observance.
Milwaukee Runs, Walks & Bike Rides for...
Milwaukee's summer runs, walks and bike rides for charity are easy ways to get fit, get outside, and get money for some worthy organizations.
Milwaukee Food Trucks
The food truck trend has hit Milwaukee hard, and that's a great thing for Milwaukee foodies, festival-goers, and the late night crowd alike. These traveling restaurants feature a creative mix of cuisines that cater to all tastes and diets. So think beyond the old-school hot dog stand and be prepared for a fun, eclectic dining experience whenever you see one of these trucks parked curbside.
Getting to Summerfest
The best ways to get to Summerfest: a list of shuttles, freeway flyer service, bike and motorcycle preferred parking lots and more.
Milwaukee History: The Founding Fathers
The founding of Milwaukee is often credited to three men, and the names of each are already well-known in Milwaukee vernacular today -- even if we don't know why. They are Solomon Juneau (Juneau Street), Byron Kilbourn (Kilbourn Street) and George Walker (Walker's Point neighborhood). These three early settlers each erected villages around the confluence of the Milwaukee...
Milwaukee Public Library System
The Milwaukee Public Library system consists of the downtown Central Library, and twelve branches spread throughout the city. The Milwaukee Public Library is part of the Milwaukee County Federated Library System, which included 14 other public libraries in the metro Milwaukee area.
Milwaukee Public Museum
The Milwaukee Public Museum is one of the oldest and largest natural history museums in the country. Opened in 1884, the Milwaukee Public Museum is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2009.
Milwaukee Intermodal Station
The Intermodal Station is an important transportation hub in downtown Milwaukee. Amtrak, Greyhound, Lamers, Jefferson Lines, Indian Trails, & Coach USA.
Milwaukee Television Stations
Milwaukee Television Stations - A listing of local television stations in the Milwaukee area.
Milwaukee Father's Day Events and Ideas
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North Avenue Bars
One of the most popular entertainment alleys in the city. Smack in the middle of the East Side, this bit of North Avenue is close to the UW-Milwaukee campus and Brady Street, and features a number of bars and restaurants. The watering holes on this street...
Milwaukee Street Festivals
Neighborhood street festivals are a summer tradition in Milwaukee. While the activities my differ a little at each fest, they all do have a few things in common - a lot of happy people, usually a lot of sunshine, and a lot of neighborhood fun.
Milwaukee Apartments
Looking for a new place to call home? Check out this listing of popular rental resources to help find an apartment in Milwaukee.
Milwaukee's summer festival guide
Milwaukee summer festivals, festivals in Milwaukee, ethnic festivals, art festivals in Milwaukee
Milwaukee Radio Stations - AM
Milwaukee Radio Stations - A listing of local AM radio stations in the Milwaukee area
Southridge Mall Milwaukee
Southridge Mall is the largest in the Milwaukee area, and features more than 120 stores and eateries. It is located on the south side of town in the suburb of Greendale. Southridge is undergoing an extensive interior and exterior renovation to be completed
General Mitchell International Airport
General Mitchell International is Milwaukee's major airport and the largest in the state of Wisconsin. Mitchell International is a hub for two airlines, AirTran and Frontier, offering nonstop service to 54 cities in the U.S., plus Toronto, Canada and Cancun, Mexico. Mitchell offers one-stop connections to cities throughout the world.
Milwaukee Art Museum
The Milwaukee Art Museum is one of the first things visitors want to see when they come to the city. A truly impressive collection of art and architecture, the Milwaukee Art Museum complex is a deserving of its iconic status.
East Town
Juneau Town - Profile and Demographics Breakdown of the Juneau Town Neighborhood of Milwaukee
Marquette University
Marquette University is Catholic, Jesuit university located in the heart of downtown Milwaukee on Wisconsin Avenue. Marquette is the fourth-largest university in the state of Wisconsin, offering 166 degree programs, including 116 undergraduate, 50 master's and doctoral programs, through 12 different schools and colleges.
Doctors Park & Tietjen Beach
Doctors Park is a park in the Fox Point neighborhood of Milwaukee, on the shoreline of Lake Michigan. It shares it's northern border with the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center. Doctors Park is comprised of approximately 49 acres situated on a bluff
Milwaukee Population and Ethnic Make-up
This overview of the 2010 census in Milwaukee includes specific figures on population and ethnic make-up of the city.
Project Clean & Green Milwaukee
Every year, the city of Milwaukee conducts Project Clean & Green, a free pick-up of unwanted furniture, mattresses, household items, brush, tires (up to five) and extra recyclables at residents' normal trash collection points on their scheduled collection day for...
Summerfest Free Admission Deals
A listing of Summerfest's daily admission deals. Summerfest 2013 will run from June 26 - 30, and July 2 - 7.
The Pabst Theater
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Glossy Buckthorn Identification
Much ado is made about common buckthorn in Wisconsin, throughout the Midwest and the East as one of the most noxious of invasive shrubs / small trees. Unfortunately, glossy buckthorn often gets overlooked in lieu of its more famous cousin, though glossy buckthorn is also highly invasive and must be checked if it is found on your property.
Milwaukee Energy Assistance
The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) is working under new guidelines making a greater number of households eligible for energy assistance.
Lower East Side
Lower East Side - A profile of the Lower East Side neighborhood of Milwaukee
Milwaukee Transportation
Trying to get around in Milwaukee without a car? Check out this guide to Milwaukee transportation to learn about our mass transit system, Milwaukee cab companies, travel hubs and more.
Milwaukee Day Trips
If you're itching to get out of town, there are several options for easy day trips to destinations within 100 miles of Milwaukee.
Kyoto
Kyoto Japanese Restaurant - Greenfield, Wisconsin. A Milwaukee-area sushi restaurant
Milwaukee County Outdoor Pools & Water Parks
When mother nature turns up the heat, turn to one of Milwaukee's great outdoor pools or water parks for some cool fun.
Milwaukee Movie Theaters - Find a Milwaukee...
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.
Discovery World
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Milwaukee Bookstores
If you still enjoy a good browse at a brick-and-mortar bookshop, there are several in the Milwaukee area where you can come away with some great reads, catch a book reading, or find a great gift for a reader in your life.
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is the second-largest university in the state, offers 180 degree programs, including 94 undergraduate, 53 master's and 32 doctoral programs, through 12 different schools and colleges. Enrollment size is 30,000 and average tuition is...
A Listing of Martial Arts Schools in Milwaukee
Training in the martial arts can be a great way to build confidence and get in shape, while learning some serious methods of self-defense along the way. Milwaukee's offerings of dojos and studios are plentiful and offer instructors with...
Summerfest, Milwaukee's Big Gig
Summerfest, Milwaukee's Big Gig - bands listings, deals, special activities, transportation and more. A Profile of Summerfest, The World's Largest Music Festival
South Shore Park
South Shore Park - Bay View Wisconsin, South Shore Park. A photo gallery of South Shore Park in Bay View, Milwaukee.
Where to Ski in Milwaukee (Yes, Milwaukee)
While Wisconsin certainly isn't known for its mountains, that doesn't mean fans of snow sports can't find at least a few slopes on which to ski / sled / snowboard. This list of skiing and snowboarding spots within 125 miles -- or about two hours drive time -- of Milwaukee will help you find the perfect place to test the powder.
Bay View
Bay View - Profile and Demographics Breakdown of the Bay View Neighborhood of Milwaukee
Milwaukee Public Market
The Milwaukee Public Market, located in Milwaukee's Third Ward, features twenty specialty food vendors. Find a variety of fresh fish, produce, ethnic food, bakery and fine wine at the Milwaukee Public Market.
Milwaukee Museums
When it comes to culture, the offerings of Milwaukee are often overlooked. The truth is, however, that when it comes to museums, we've got more than our fair share of world class offerings. From a great children's museum, to our beautiful lakefront properties, giant natural history museum and more, you could spend a week visiting Milwaukee's museums and find a completely new experience each day.
Coyotes in Milwaukee
Coyotes are present in every county in Wisconsin. They prefer to live in areas where food and shelter are plentiful, but have no issues living in urban or agricultural areas. In Wisconsin, coyote home ranges reach 8 to 10 miles, but normally are more limited to within three miles
Free Music in Milwaukee Parks - Thursdays
Summers in Milwaukee mean free music in many of our best parks. On Thursdays, head to Cathedral Square for Jazz in the Park, or the Boerner Botanical Gardens for Concerts in the Gardens.
Milwaukee Monthly Average Snowfall
it shouldn't come as a surprise that this city can experience significant snowfall in a season. But how much? According to the National Climatic Data Center, taking into account the snowfall for our city between 1940 and 2002, the average amount of snow Milwaukee receives annually is 47.3...
Milwaukee Chocolate Shops
There is never a bad time for chocolate. Find chocolate shops in the Milwaukee area, the perfect gift for Valentine's Day, Easter, birthdays and more.
Southern Cooking at Maxie's Southern Comfort in...
Tucked away in Wauwatosa, Maxie's is a great place to go when you're looking for a festive atmosphere and some Southern cooking. Expect barbecue, crab cakes and gumbo, though there are also several vegetarian-friendly options on the menu as well.
Milwaukee Area Sports Teams
Milwaukee is home to five professional sports team: the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team, the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team, the Milwaukee Admirals hockey team, the Milwaukee Wave hockey team and the Milwaukee Mustangs arena football team.
Milwaukee Irish Bars
There are a lot of Irish bars in Milwaukee. Actually, there are a lot of bars in Milwaukee, period. While it would be almost impossible to give you a fully comprehensive list -- many bars in this city fly Irish colors -- this includes some of the most popular places to belly up to the bar to order a Guinness or shot of Jameson.
Fish Fry & A Flick
Point Brewery is teaming up with Discovery World once again this summer to feature the Fish Fry & and Flick Friday night outdoor movie series. Films will run on August 30, September 6 and September 13.
Harley-Davidson Museum
Milwaukee's Harley-Davidson Museum is the city's new kid on the block, having opened in 2008 for the 125th anniversary of the famous motorcycle brand. Exhibits chronicle the evolution of the Harley over the decades
Riverwest
A look at the history, demographics, median age, etc. of the Riverwest neighborhood of Milwaukee
The Pabst Mansion
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The St. Joan of Arc Chapel at Milwaukee's...
Nestled in the heart of Milwaukee, on the Marquette University campus, is a 15th century French chapel. This very unusual little building known is known as the St. Joan of Arc Chapel, and features a stone once kissed by the famous saint.
Milwaukee Vintage Shops and Thrift Stores
A listing of Milwaukee-area thrift stores, and second-hand vintage retailers.
Upper East Side
Upper East Side - A profile of the Upper East Side neighborhood of Milwaukee
August Events in Milwaukee
August 2010 Events in Milwaukee - A listing of August Events in Milwaukee in 2013 -- Music, Art, Education, Film and Sports Events
Milwaukee Comedy Clubs
Looking for some funny in the Milwaukee area? This list of comedy clubs, groups and venues in the Milwaukee area will help you get your funny fix.
Milwaukee Holiday Art & Craft Shows 2013
Shop local and support your local craftspeople and artists. Find them with this listing of Milwaukee Art & Craft Shows: A listing of Craft Shows and Art Festivals in the Milwaukee Area.
Brewers Hill
Brewers Hill - Profile and Demographics Breakdown of the Brewers Hill Neighborhood of Milwaukee
Washington Park
A look at the history, demographics, median age, etc. of the Washington Park neighborhood of Milwaukee
Milwaukee's North Avenue
North Avenue is a popular entertainment district located on Milwaukee's East Side. This stretch is popular with college students and the bar-going crowd, but is also a central street in an area offering great shopping and dining, plus the 1920s-era Oriental Theatre, now a popular independent movie house.
Wisconsin State Fair
Wisconsin State Fair - bands listings, deals, special activities, transportation and more. A Profile of Wisconsin State Fair in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 1-11, 2013.
Common Winter Birds in Milwaukee
Winter in Wisconsin can be cold. With this in mind, one might be surprised to find that there are a number of birds that make their home here throughout the winter months. The following are some of the most common of our feathered friends that you are likely to see during the cold months in Milwaukee.
Wisconsin Medical Marijuana Proposal
The measure would allow access to medical marijuana for eligible patients who receive a prescription for marijuana from their doctors.
Milwaukee Marriage Licenses
Getting hitched is hassle enough, so hopefully getting your marriage license can at least be simple! Learn how to apply for a marriage license in Milwaukee County.
Milwaukee Hospitals
Milwaukee is home to several large health care systems and independent hospitals. This list includes just some of the major hospitals and health care complexes in the Milwaukee area.
Milwaukee Antique Shops
The Milwaukee area is home to many great antique stores. Search this list to find antique shops in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington counties. Happy hunting!
Milwaukee Jobs
If you are looking for a job in the Milwaukee area, these resources are a great place to start looking. Find Milwaukee jobs today.
Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary in Milwaukee
Harley-Davidson's 110th Anniversary will take place in Milwaukee from August 29 - September 1, 2013.
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.
Soup Bros. Restaurant in Milwaukee
Soup Brothers is a hidden gem on a side street in the Walker’s Point neighborhood. It’s known far and wide for it’s great soups and sandwiches, crazy kitschy decor and it’s “soup nazi”-like owner and head chef.
Fall Festivals & Events in Milwaukee
Milwaukee is known for its Festivals & Events: Check out this listing of Fall Festivals & Events in Milwaukee.
Milwaukee Area Mud Runs
Regular old road race running just aren't enough anymore. Why pound the pavement when you can scale obstacles, jump over fire, and best of all, end the day covered in mud? If you agree with this, you're in luck, because the mud-run craze has caught on big in the Milwaukee area, and there are several races taking place in the area during summer / fall 2014.
Wisconsin's Medical Marijuana Health Conditions
Wisconsin's Jacki Rickert Medical Marijuana Act (Senate Bill 368 and Assembly Bill 554) was introduced by Wisconsin Representative Mark Pocan and Senator Jon Erpenbach, and has 17 co-sponsors. The measure would allow access to medical marijuana for patients with a number of debilitating diseases and conditions who receive a prescription for marijuana from their doctors.
Thrift Stores in Milwaukee
A Listing of Thrift Stores in the Milwaukee Area, including Salvation Army, Value Village and more.
Oakland Gyros
Oakland Gyros - Milwaukee, a late-night landmark on Milwaukee's East Side.
Milwaukee's Soldiers Home
Milwaukee's Soldiers Home Historic District is home to some of the oldest and most historically significant buildings in the city. On a sunny day, a walk around the historic district can be an interesting way to spend the afternoon.
Bookworm Gardens in Sheboygan
Kids, gardeners, and children's book lovers of any age will appreciate a walk through Bookworm Gardens, located just 50 miles north of Milwaukee and a quick 45 minute drive up I-43. Everything in the garden is themed on classic children's books.
July Events in Milwaukee
A Listing of Events in the Milwaukee Area for July 2013 -- Music, Art, Education, Film and Sports Events in the Milwaukee Area for July 2013.
Vintage Clothing Stores in Milwaukee
A Listing of Funky Second-Hand Clothing Shops in the Milwaukee Area.
The Polar Bear Plunge in Milwaukee
Every year, on New Year's Day, a crowd of insane people descend on Milwaukee's Bradford Beach to jump into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan. Here are photos to prove it.
Getting to the Wisconsin State Fair
Getting to the Wisconsin State Fair is no easy feat -- expect some congestion. If you drive, you have two options: park on the fair grounds, or park near the fair grounds, as most homes and businesses in the area...
Free Music in Milwaukee Parks -- Mondays,...
Summers in Milwaukee mean free music in many of our best parks. Head to Lake Park for Musical Mondays, Humboldt Park in Bay View on Tuesdays for Chill on the Hill, and Pere Marquette Park for River Rhythms or Glendale's River Parkway for Music in the Glen on Wednesdays
Kilbourn Reservoir Park
Located in the Riverwest Neighborhood of Milwaukee is the Kilbourn Reservoir Park. Once home to a huge reservoir that supplied locals with drinking water, the park no boasts spectacular views of the city.
The Charles Allis Art Museum
Built in 1911, the Charles Allis house is a beautiful Tudor-style mansion located on Milwaukee's Prospect Avenue. Better known as the Charles Allis Art Museum, the home is now a showcase for the Allis' extensive collection of paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics and more, as well as a popular place for hosting special events.
Miller Park
Miller Park is home to Major League Baseball team the Milwaukee Brewers. The stadium generally gets high marks with baseball fans for its unobstructed views and relative accessibility. It seats 41,900, including 70 luxury suites. Miller Park is not a walking destination for most, however...
AJ Bombers - A Review of AJ Bombers in Milwaukee
AJ Bombers is a popular downtown Milwaukee burger joint with a sister restaurant in Madison. This restaurant is also definitely one of the most well-publicized in the city: AJ Bombers has been on featured on three different Travel Channel television shows
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
Overlooking Lake Michigan, the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum is a popular Milwaukee arts destination housed in an Italian Renaissance-style villa designed and built by architect David Adler in 1923.
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.
American Science & Surplus
American Science & Surplus is one of those rare attractions that invariably elicits an "I love that place!"
Betty Brinn Children's Museum
The Betty Brinn Children's Museum is an educational, yet entertaining, destination for families with young kids.
Milwaukee Sledding Hills
You've got a sled, you've got snow, now you just need a good hill. So, bundle up and get yourself to one of these Milwaukee sledding hills ASAP!
A Review of Milwaukee's Barnacle Bud's Bar &...
If you're looking for a place -- in the middle of Milwaukee -- that makes you feel like you’re at a Caribbean beach restaurant hideaway, Barnacle Bud’s is the place to go. Stow yourself and your friends at one of their outdoor tables and order a bucket of PBR tall boys.
East Side Milwaukee Late-Night Survival Guide
It's 3 a.m. and you’re starving, and your friend needs contact solution. What to do? If you’re on Milwaukee’s East Side, you're in luck!
Hamburger Mary's - A Review of Hamburger Mary's...
Hamburger Mary's is a Milwaukee restaurant with a wacky drag-queen schtick. This burger joint wears its gay pride emblazoned on its sleeve -- or perhaps in this case, atop stiletto heels during one of its weekend dinner-hour drag shows.
Milwaukee Location, Layout & Terrain
Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin, lying in the southeast corner of the state, on the western short of Lake Michigan. It's near neighbors include Green Bay, about 115 miles to the north
Wisconsin State Symbols
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Candy Cane Lane
One of the Milwaukee area's most famous destinations during the holidays, Candy Cane Lane residents bring the tradition of stringing Christmas lights to a whole new level. Candy Cane Lane is located...
"Body Worlds" in Milwaukee
Full disclosure: I am an employee of the Milwaukee Public Museum, and indeed have been watching these
Boerner Botanical Gardens
The Boerner Botanical Gardens is located in Hales Corners, within Whitnall Park. It offers more than 40 acres of formal gardens in the style of a typical English country garden, featuring glacial fieldstone walls...
Milwaukee: Things to Do in December
December Events in Milwaukee - A listing of December Events in Milwaukee -- Theater, Shopping, Festivals, Film and more.
Cedarburg
Cedarburg - Profile and demographics of Cedarburg, a small community about 20 miles north of the city of Milwaukee
Milwaukee County Suburban Libraries
The Milwaukee County Federated Library system consists of the thirteen libraries in the City of Milwaukee's Public Library system, as well as fourteen suburban libraries spread throughout the County. Find the location of a branch near you today!
Milwaukee Jewelers
Searching for fine jewelry or a gemologist in the Milwaukee area? This list will help you identify the right jeweler for you: whether you need a ring, super-bling, necklace, funky earrings or a classy timepiece.
City of Milwaukee Municipal Court
The Milwaukee Municipal Court is a trial court that deals exclusively with cases involving city ordinance violations. Milwaukee Municipal Court is located at 951 N. James Lovell St.

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