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.
July 09 - July 12
The streets of Milwaukee are transformed into a mini French city complete with an Eiffel Tower. Enjoy street entertainers, a marketplace, more than 25...
July 11 - July 19
Multi day fishing contest. Each day a $250 cash prize will be awarded to the contestant who catches the largest "Featured Fish". Perch Division: All tickets...
The World of Little House
June 15 - July 31
Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in Wisconsin's "Big Woods" in 1867. Enjoy changing daily activities that let you live like Laura and the Ingalls family and...
Potawatomi Bingo & Casino & Hotel
More than 3,100 slot and video machines, 100 table games, and a 1,300 seat bingo hall. Plus, the 500-seat cabaret-style theater hosts some of the nation's top...
Lake Lawn Resort & Calladora Spa
Lake Lawn Resort is nestled on over 275 wooded acres with two miles of shoreline on beautiful Delavan Lake. Founded in 1878, Lake Lawn Resort has been one of...
Stagecoach Inn Bed & Breakfast
Our historically restored stone building is an actual stagecoach hotel built in 1853 on the route between Milwaukee and Green Bay. The Stagecoach Inn offers 12...