Events & Activities in Milwaukee

Half Off High-Speed Ferrari or Lamborghini Drive

Miller Park

$249 $125

A closed-course drive in an exotic car with a 500 hp. engine is captured on film

50% Off Horse-Drawn Wagon Ride


$300 $149

Horse-drawn wagons ferry up to 12 passengers past downtown Milwaukee sites on a tour to the lakefront

Half Off Racing Experiences

Milwaukee Mile

$129 $64

Professional drivers sate passengers' need for speed in stock cars during exciting ride-alongs and racing experiences

Up to 50% Off an Intro to Winemaking Class


$110 $55


Participants learn the finer points of winemaking, from the selection of grapes to aging to bottling, at this wine boutique and bar

58% Off Kombucha-Tea-Making Workshop and Kit


$166 $69

Kombucha-tea workshops teach patrons how to make their own teas at home

Up to 56% Off Show and Drinks at Comedy Cafe

Lower East Side

$34 $17

Audiences can sip drinks as they enjoy weekly comedy shows

Up to 55% Off Airsoft with Rental Packages


$30 $15

An indoor airsoft arena with wood buildings, hallways, and open spaces; referees monitor close-quarters battles

56% Off Saint Patty’s Pub Crawl

3rd Ward

$22.75 $10

Celebrate Saint Patty’s Day by exploring different bars; portion of proceeds go to a local charity

Engelbert Humperdinck – Up to 54% Off

Pabst Theater

$81.78 $38


The "King of Romance" performs an intimate concert of classic love songs, including cuts from his latest duets album

"Walking With Dinosaurs" – Up to 39% Off

BMO Harris Bradley Center

$57.60 $35


Realistic, life-sized dinosaurs roam the stage in heart-pumping, educational spectacle

Milwaukee Bucks – Up to 51% Off Basketball Game

BMO Harris Bradley Center

$32.75 $16


A young Bucks team takes on the Brooklyn Nets, the Houston Rockets, and the L.A. Clippers

$10 to See Madison Bach Musicians Present "The Vibrant Harpsichord"

St. Joseph Chapel

$20 $10


Period strings and a soprano augment pieces by Handel, Corelli, and other Baroque composers that show off the harpsichord's range

45% Off Kids' Sea Lion Training Program

Oceans of Fun

$100 $55


During the 2.5-hour program, kids ages 5–10 feed sea lions fresh fish poolside and learn the basics of animal training and conservation

Up to 55% Off a Three-Hour Photography Class

Multiple Locations

$39 $19

In a three-hour course, beginners can learn about their camera's features or how to photograph subjects such as children, sports, or gardens

48% Off at Adventure Rock Indoor Climbing Gym


$80 $42


Climbers of all experience levels scramble up an indoor rock climbing wall after a 15-minute orientation

Up to 87% Off at Ellipse Fitness

Historic Third Ward

$150 $19

Instructors combine strength and cardio drills into 45-minute classes that incorporate kickboxing jabs, free weights, and resistance bands

Up to 64% Off Aerial Yoga

Walker's Point

$35 $15

Guests hang suspended from silk hammocks during two-hour-long aerial-yoga inversion workshops

Select Local Merchants

Fashion Week MKE zooms in on the Milwaukee fashion scene by exalting all facets of beauty, style, and runway trends. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 3, local fashionistas will descend on MOCT, a bar and innovative gallery space. Here, visitors can intermingle with 20 local boutique vendors and keep up to date on the latest trends and labels while indulging in make-up demonstrations. Closet Essentials’ LeAnn Conway will also be on the scene, dressing models in looks for spring and summer and lending style tips. All the while, guest can feel free to grab a specialty cocktail and eats from local food trucks on hand.

The first 100 guests will receive a swag bag, and all guests have a chance to win prizes such as Pilates lessons, a photo shoot, a makeup party, or a sexy stare from a runway model. Event organizers will also hold a drive for prom-style dresses to be donated to prom-bound teenagers in need.

240 E Pittsburgh Ave.

Equal parts running, pedaling, and paddling, The Tribal Challenge sends teams of two or more huffing and puffing across a 15-mile gauntlet rife with mental and physical challenges. Designed to replicate the tribulations of pre-industrial tribesmen, the route intersects three 5-mile legs with hunting and gathering missions. The fibers of endurance and camaraderie stretch to their limits as partners demonstrate specific survival skills that were essential before humans could simply buy meat from a butcher or trade dusty VHS tapes with monkeys in exchange for fruit. After completing the course, tribes can bask in the euphoria of accomplishment at a post-challenge powwow, where complimentary beers squelch thirst and live music from the Fire Water Festival helps cast a celebratory tone across the finish line.

4000 Estabrook Parkway

Like mobile Knights of the Round Table, bikers sit in a circle on Science and Fun’s seven-person conference bikes. One rider steers while all passengers pedal, powering bikes as they cruise through the city or serve as low-key parade floats. Groups with sufficient manpower for two bikes can turn open, paved spaces or Bucketworks’ indoor arena into bicycle basketball courts. Each bike constitutes a team, and both teams launch a barrage of foam balls at their opponent’s bike-mounted hoop during four-minute rounds in a game adaptable to all ages and pending NBA contracts. While advance bike reservations ensure a circular steed, Science and Fun happily reschedules or cancels reservations that coincide with inclement weather.

2602 East Hampshire Street

Prohibition did more than halt the production of beer in America for 14 years. It also signaled the end of small brewing operations and resulted in a more limited range of lagers once Prohibition ended. But in 2004, a team found a recipe scribbled down in a logbook that dated back to before the 18th Amendment. So the team decided to brew it, and thus Batch 19 was born. Their namesake lager is a pleasantly hoppy beer at 26 IBUs, combining Hersbrucker and Strisslespalt hops to create herbal and black currant notes.

311 North Plankinton Avenue

Located in the historic Old World Third Street district, the Wisconsin Cheese Mart is a destination for those who want to purchase and depart with flavorful dairy goodies. But within the Cheese Mart's golden walls sits the Über Tap Room, a friendly watering hole where patrons can sample cheeses and sip beers from local and national craft breweries, 36 total on tap with more than 30 of those coming from Wisconsin.

215 W Highland Ave.

Eschewing the over-the-top costumes and writing that typify many other murder-mystery dinners, The Dinner Detective’s cast of improvisational actors blends in with audiences, holding secrets tight to their chests while steering each night’s tension-filled storyline. After a diner is found murdered, a resident detective helps lead the investigation, allowing guests to interrogate one another with Tickle Monster tactics to distinguish the culprit among the crowd of fellow diners and dissembling thespians. Multicourse meals keep bodies well fueled during spurts of crime-solving intuition, and a prize basket awaits the gumshoe who comes closest to solving the case.

411 E Mason St