Milwaukee and its metro neighbors are a cosmopolitan and inspiring destination, offering world-class music, dining and shopping. Here you’ll find some of the state’s finest art museums, natural science and history museums and zoos. Unlike many cities, though, our beaches, sportfishing, sailing and biking are all part of the urban mix. Enjoy a summer season of lakeshore festivals, complemented by a winter of spectacular performing arts. For added flavor, Lake Geneva, along Wisconsin's southern border, showcases the summer mansions of wealthy Chicagoans.
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...
December 10 - May 31
Lawrence Weiner is one of the founders of Conceptual art, a movement that developed during the turbulent 1960s when many societal and artistic norms and...
Helen Levitt: In the Street
January 27 - April 16
The Milwaukee Art Museum’s Helen Levitt: In the Street celebrates the honest, humorous and inventive work of prolific documentary photographer Helen Levitt....
Geneva Lake Brewing Co
Locally owned and operated to brew craft beers that exceed expectations of locals and visitors alike.
The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread
An up close and personal opportunity to walk through Wingspread, the home that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the H.F. Johnson family. Visitors can make...
The Harley-Davidson Museum isn't your typical museum. Much more than a nostalgia trip for motorcycle enthusiasts, the Museum offers a glimpse of American...
The Kimpton Journeyman Hotel
We're easy. Laid-back. We may be located in the historic Third Ward, but we're far from being stuck in the past. We are fresh, enduring and warm. Our design is...
The Washington House Inn
Located in the heart of Cedarburg's Historic District, The Washington House Inn offers elegant lodging within walking distance of unique shops, antiquing,...