Milwaukee

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9 reviews
Santiago Calatrava's beautiful addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum has quickly become a local icon — Afar Magazine
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7 reviews
Don't leave Milwaukee without visiting the Harley-Davidson Museum, one of the finest and most fascinating museums in town — Michelin Guide
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5 reviews
Go wild at one of the top zoos in the country, whose lush grounds are home to more than 2,200 animals, from leopard sharks and sea lions to two-toed sloths and penguins — Where
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5 reviews
A giant, Gilded Age mansion that once belonged to the beer baron of Milwaukee.   — Atlas Obscura
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Lower East Side
3 reviews
This Tudor-style mansion houses an impressive collection of art spanning 2,000 years, with a focus on French and American paintings of the 19th century — Where
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3 reviews
Designed by David Adler, the 1923 mansion was modeled after a 16C Northern Italian villa. — Michelin Guide
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3 reviews
Part of the Museum Center complex, the 1963 Milwaukee Public Museum also includes Discovery World, The James Lovell Museum of Science, Economics and Technology and the Humphrey IMAX Dome Theater. — Michelin Guide
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4 reviews
Rated #4 in the nation by TripAdvisor, Lakefront Brewery has a truly exceptional brewery to match its outstanding, title-holding beers. — Afar Magazine
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Historic Third Ward
3 reviews
Stretching three miles along the Milwaukee River, this wooden-plank-and-concrete bike-and-walkway features such local haunts as the Wisconsin Cheese Mart, which stocks 175 state cheeses. — Travel + Leisure
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2 reviews
This church was Frank Lloyd Wright's last major work; the famed Wisconsin architect called it his "little jewel." — Fodor's
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4 reviews
Mitchell Park has three domes that are three different climate zones of the Horticultural Conservatory. — Afar Magazine
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4 reviews
Pet a sting ray. Examine your own DNA. Land an airplane. The possibilities for exploration are endless at Milwaukee’s new lakeside museum. — Where
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Story Hill
4 reviews
Cool Wisconsin weather is no match for Miller Field’s retractable roof; the ballpark’s signature structure can open and close in about 10 minutes. — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown
4 reviews
This indoor market's vendors offer items as exotic as Bulgarian seasonings and as down-home as Wisconsin-made apple butter — Fodor's
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2 reviews
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Downtown
2 reviews
Built in 1895 and remodeled in 1976, this Downtown Victorian theater—which presents top musical and theatrical entertainment—is on the National Register of Historic Places. — Fodor's
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Downtown
2 reviews
Overlooking Lake Michigan, this well-conceived children's museum epitomizes the concept of hands-on learning — Fodor's
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2 reviews
Founded in 1855, the historic Miller facility preserves Milwaukee's beer legacy — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Rumor has it the Bronze Fonz, just south of Wells St downtown, is the most photographed sight in Milwaukee — Lonely Planet
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