1001 North 4th Street Milwaukee, WI 53203 +1 414 227 0797
Formerly called the Bradley Center, the BMO Harris Bradley Center is one the premium entertainment venues in the city with 160 events happening all throughout the year. Catch the NBA Bucks, the Milwaukee Admirals and the Marquette Golden Eagles in action as they get cheered on their home ground. It also regularly hosts World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) matches and UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) tournaments. A prominent performance space with the likes of Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton, Pink and Sesame Street Live performing here, the BMO Harris Bradley Center is a place to be reckoned for great live acts.
A traditional ballpark is what Miller Park is all about. The building is a sign of the local architecture. This arena is superbly built with its main attraction being the retractable roof especially during the rains and snow. The roof opens and shuts in about 10 minutes. This park has the capacity to seat 45,000 people approximately at various levels in the arena. It has a split-bowl concept where the seats hang over others slightly-this gives fans a clearer view of the game. They also have excellent amenities such as a brewpub, open-air patios, a Hall of Fame and a children's area.
North 8501 County Road LS Sheboygan, WI 53083 +1 800 344 2838
This large sport haven, with two golf courses and a resort is a veritable paradise for lovers of the game. Host to several PGA Championships, past and future, it boasts of two 18-hole, well-sculpted courses, criss-crossed by four streams and ten bridges to test a pro. Fees include a caddy service, and food services include a beverage cart and snack bar. A fully-loaded bar and restaurant are also on site, and the AAA Five Diamond American Club resort offers accommodations for those who'd like to stay for a few days.
144 East Wells Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 +1 414 286 3663
Known as the best place in the city to catch a performance, Pabst Theater's sound system is laudable. The acoustics, fireproof construction and state-of-the-art stage amenities make Pabst a favorite with audiences and performers alike. The interiors are old fashioned but romantic nonetheless; find love-struck couples at any time. On the performance front, comedies, folk artistes, lectures, plays, classic and contemporary concerts are held from time to time. Past performers include Rex Harrison, Itzak Perlman, Toots Thielemans and Michael Martin Murphy.
400 West Kilbourn Avenue Corner of 4th Street & Kilbourn Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 +1 414 908 6001
This stadium, seating over 12,000 people, is located in the town of Milwaukee near Lake Michigan. It is the venue of choice for several expositions, Disney on Ice events, conferences, seminars, music concerts and festivals. Boxing, soccer, baseball, and wrestling games are also held here. Check the website for details on upcoming events and availability of tickets.
2401 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53233 +1 414 342 7283
Bring your band out of the garage into this club-a great place for first-timers to make an impression. The venue can accommodate up to 400 people, and sports a sleek wooden table in the adjacent bar, two attached massive halls and a connecting grand ballroom with a 25,000 square foot dance floor. Bob Dylan, Marilyn Manson, No Doubt, Alice Cooper, Lenny Kravitz and the Smashing Pumpkins have put in appearances here, to the delight of screaming fans. Keep a close watch on the website for upcoming events; it gets updated rather close to the show, thus ensuring of serpentine ticket lines.
200 North Harbor Drive Milwaukee, WI 53202 +1 414 273 3378
Also known as the Henry Maier Festival Grounds, this park is a famous event venue. Situated in downtown Milwaukee along the Lake Michigan shoreline, it hosts many of the city's festivals, including the Summerfest. Moreover, this 80-plus acres park has five permanent stages and an amphitheater, which makes it the most sought-after space for concerts. Visitors also come to stroll about or walk their dogs in the mornings.
200 North Harbor Drive Milwaukee, WI 53202 +1 414 476 3378
Touted as the world's largest Irish cultural festival, this annual event is held at the Henry Maier Festival Park. Every August, visitors gather for days of fireworks, music, Céilí dancing, games, sports, shopping and food. Past entertainers include dancers from Trinity Academy of Irish Dance and Young Dubliners. A newsletter is also available for those who would like to be updated with the festival.
2000 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53233 +1 414 931 0808
More than a century old, the mansion still stands as a testament to the labor and toil of all the workers who built it. Opened to the public in 1978, the place is being restored to match it's original splendor. One of the finest residences in the city, no cost or innovation would be spared in its design. The whole mansion was wired for electricity and plumbed for nine full bathrooms when it was built in 1892. It was installed with a state-of-the-art heating system by the company now known as Johnson Controls which could regulate the heat in the mansion with 16 thermostats and custom-built furniture for the majority of its rooms. Now a major tourist attraction,the mansion can also be rented for weddings, business conferences and other events.
400 Canal Street Milwaukee, WI 53201 +1 877 436 8738
The state-of-the-art Harley-Davidson Museum is heaven for motorcycle enthusiasts. The museum spans two floors and multiple room and traces the company's history from the creation of the first bike to the empire it is today. The rooms include historical facts, details on the evolution of motorcycle engines and the history of female riders. There are also many restored bikes on display as well as customized bikes. There is even a section featuring Harley Davidson's presence in film and TV. The museum is highly enjoyable, even for those who are not necessarily interested in motorcycles. There is also a gift shop and cafe.
The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory is a huge expanse of
lush green land that includes three domes built on the lines of a beehive that are connected to each other by a central lobby. Each of these domes boast ...
Opened in 2000, the Eisner Museum of Advertising & Design
is named in honor of William F. Eisner, a Milwaukee native who, at age 33, opened a local advertising agency, and who subsequently went on to make many significant ...
The Milwaukee Boat Line gives passengers the opportunity to experience
the majesty of both the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan. The company offers sightseeing cruises, happy hour cruises, concert cruises, historical tours, and even special events. The historical tours ...