Travelers driving the Lake Michigan Circle Tour will pass through Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and have an opportunity to experience the beauty and splendor of Lake Michigan from several different angles. The Wisconsin portion of the tour offers a diverse array of opportunities as it travels through Milwaukee and Green Bay, two of Wisconsin’s more populous cities as well as quaint fishing villages and harbor towns. From the big city adventures, shopping, museums, and dining that Milwaukee offers to the maritime history, small-town charm and hospitality of the coastal towns and villages, the well-rounded tour of Wisconsin’s shoreline offers a little taste of everything.
Streets of Old Milwaukee
January 01 - December 31
Permanent exhibit at the museum. Visit Milwaukee around the turn-of-the-century - roughly the 1880's to just prior to World War I. Buildings are represented at...
Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s
October 21 - January 22
The Milwaukee Art Museum presents Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s, featuring set designs, drawings, photographs, posters, and more from masterworks...
Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Downtown
Modern service with historic charm. Unwind at Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Downtown, located within the historic and iconic Loyalty building on north Broadway. ...
Hampton Inn & Suites Milwaukee Downtown
Enjoy a choice of thoughtful extras during your stay in this inviting downtown Milwaukee hotel. Unwind in a spacious guest room featuring free WiFi or choose a...
Hotel of the Arts Days Inn Milwaukee
Situated in the Brewer’s Hill area of Downtown Milwaukee, the Hotel of the Arts blends culture and comfort with desired amenities and exceptional customer...
Only-in-Wisconsin New Year’s Celebrations
Fairs & Festivals
Wisconsin has always had its own way of celebrating, and New Year’s is no exception. We’ve got a few suggestions that will make a memorable mark.