Sightseeing in Milwaukee


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  • Discovery World
    In this science and technology museum, children get to see how science touches so many aspects of their lives. For example, in Les Paul’s House of Sound they learn how the famed guitar’s shape contributes to its unique sound, while in the Great Lakes exhibit, visitors make it rain (literally), over a scale-model of Lake Huron.
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    500 N Harbor Dr
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Chudnow Museum
    The Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear transports visitors to the Milwaukee of the 1920s and 1930s. Walk through an old-fashioned drug store, a doctor’s office, an ice cream shop, a movie theater, and even a speakeasy built into a secret wall—all filled with products and gadgets that were once essential parts of every household.
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    839 North 11th Street
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Taste of Urban Milwaukee Food & Cultural Tours
    Amber Flanagan's grandparents moved to Milwaukee from Mississippi in the 1960s, bringing with them their culinary heritage and their firm belief in the importance of good eating. Today, Amber carries on their passion for gastronomical traditions by leading walking food tours of the Silver City District and the Historic Third Ward. Milwaukee?s history as a hub for immigrants from all over the world is reflected in the city's diverse ecosystem of restaurants: tours may bounce between Vietnamese, Peruvian, Thai, and Mexican cuisines on their journey. Some restaurant outings incorporate cooking demonstrations, which could otherwise only be glimpsed after donning an elaborate busboy disguise.
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    11414 W Park Pl.
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Milwaukee Seven Seat Bike Tours
    Sure, riding a seven-seat conference bike with six other folks is a lot less work than pedaling one by yourself, but that's not the only benefit to traveling in a group. Milwaukee Seven Seat Bike Tours educates guests about local history via the conference bike. Led by raconteur Shlomo Levin, passengers all pedal the circular bike together while passing parks that contain mysterious human remains and shadowy street corners where countless cans of beer were left... only half-drunk. Guests can enjoy water and soft drinks on the tour, which are served free of charge.
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    2305 N. Prospect Ave
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Milwaukee County Zoo
    While guests can feed giraffes by hand and pet stingrays and sharks, the zoo has lots to do besides admire its furry and scaly denizens. Kids can clamber around a ropes and obstacle course, whizz by on zip-lines, and get a bird’s-eye view of the zoo on the ski lift-style Sky Safari.
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    10001 West Bluemound Road
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Pabst Mansion
    Completed in 1892 as the private home of the Pabst family, Pabst Mansion stands as the last bastion of more than 80 mansions built for Milwaukee’s elite during a booming, bygone era. Since its construction, the estate has housed archbishops, priests, and sisters and was saved from near-demolition during the 1970s. The Flemish-Renaissance-Revival home has since been awarded a place on the National Register of Historic Places for its bounty of architectural intricacies. Today, on-staff docents conduct a range of tours for public groups, private parties, school groups, and well-behaved rugby teams through the fortress of halls, opulent rooms, and verdant grounds, each restored to their original condition. The Pabst Mansion’s impressive art collection includes works from the 1640s through the 1900s by artists such as William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Gaetano Trentanove, and Eugene Joseph Verboeckhoven. The emporium of excess also features Pabst Beer Pavilion, the pavilion built for the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and the glass-covered conservatory where tropical plants and beer trees continue to flourish. The mansion gift shop holds classic Pabst drinkware and memorabilia as well as antique photos, books, and former employees' original finger paintings.
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    2000 W Wisconsin Ave.
    Milwaukee, WI US

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