Originally founded as the Seattle Pilots in 1969, the Milwaukee Brewers have brought Major League Baseball to Wisconsin since 1970. The team played its first 30 seasons at Milwaukee County Stadium; Miller Park opened its gates in 2001, featuring field dimensions mapped out by legendary Brewer Robin Yount. Today, up to 41,900 fans pack into Miller Park to cheer on their home team as well as The Famous Racing Sausages and Bernie the Brewer, who soars down his iconic slide to celebrate home runs or cheer himself up after burning popcorn inside his elevated left-field clubhouse.
Trusted around the country for its safety and accessibility, FastPark & Relax ensconces idle autos in a secure, fenced-in lot just minutes from the General Mitchell International Airport. Upon arrival, friendly cashiers gift drivers with a warm smile and parking instructions, along with a complimentary newspaper (Monday–Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m., while supplies last) or a first-edition copy of Ulysses. With vehicles nestled in a clean, well-lit space, a speedy shuttle scoops up voyagers, offering swift assistance with hefty bags and decorative boulders before a five- to ten-minute jaunt transports passengers to the airport terminal.
The circus comes to the Boone County Fairgrounds every year, but it's hardly a matter for celebration. The clowns of this carnival cover their faces equally in paint and blood and travel only by a 40-capacity hearse. Visitors are assailed on all sides by hillbilly carnies soaked in gore. Inside this unnerving indoor attraction, a 3D maze harbors sideshow-worthy horrors from swamp monsters to murderous living dolls.