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What's not to miss in Milwaukee?

Heading to Milwaukee for a long weekend. What's not to miss? 

4 Answers

answered by
Carly from Wisconsin

Historic Third Wardis a great place to walk round, there are tons of eateries, shops, bars and a river walk for city views. There is the Milwaukee Public Market were you can sit down for a wine tasting, sit at a counter for a beer, buy some cheese or sausage, a chocolate shop. Cafe Benelux & Market has a great beer selection with an upper patio, The Wicked Hop is known for their bloody marys, and there is a chocolate shop Red Elephant Chocolate- right next door -go in and buy a truffle and sample some shakes. Further down by Walkers point is Milwaukee Brewing Company which offers a great tour- buy your tickets early. It always sells out. Right next door is a new distillery - Central standard. They offer a tour but its more of 45 minute of talking about making spirits. I would suggest the Great Lakes Distillery for an actual spirits tour. Another local attractions are Purple Door Ice Cream, Clock Shadow CreameryHarley-Davidson Museum® and Discovery World

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Historic Third Ward (attraction)
  2. Milwaukee Public Market (attraction)
  3. Cafe Benelux & Market (restaurant)
  4. The Wicked Hop (restaurant)
  5. Red Elephant Chocolate (restaurant)
  6. Milwaukee Brewing Company (restaurant)
  7. Great Lakes Distillery (attraction)
  8. Purple Door Ice Cream (attraction)
  9. Clock Shadow Creamery (restaurant)
  10. Harley-Davidson Museum® (attraction)
  11. Discovery World (attraction)
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answered first by
Lisa from Wisconsin

The Milwaukee Art Museum  is a high point, located on the waterfront is a must see.  If the weather is good, you can also walk down the waterfront- rent paddleboat, fly a kite or have coffee in Colectivo Coffee - Swan Blvd.  Milwaukee has a variety of outdoor music venues in the summer months.  A brewery tour might be fun.  E Brady St is fun to explore (restaurants, pubs and shops) as is the Third Ward. Lake Park Bistro is a beautiful french restaurant that over looks the lake, Harbor House sits on the lake. 

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Milwaukee Art Museum (attraction)
  2. Colectivo Coffee - Swan Blvd (restaurant)
  3. E Brady St (attraction)
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It depends on if you are traveling with children or not. I definitely recommend the Domes at Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory and the Miller Brewery Tour

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (attraction)
  2. Miller Brewery Tour (restaurant)

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Milwaukee Art Museum (attraction)
  2. Lakefront Park (attraction)
  3. Historic Third Ward (attraction)
  4. Milwaukee Public Market (attraction)
  5. Cafe Benelux & Market (restaurant)

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