Kids Activities in South Milwaukee

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  • Papa Luigi's Pizza II
    Within the cream-colored brick exterior of a century-old city building, Papa Luigi’s II marries an Italian restaurant with a bowling alley. Amid the wood paneling, wine-red carpet, and chandeliers of the dining room, taste buds can warm up with the house’s favorite appetizer—sicilian eggplant lathered in Papa’s special marinara sauce. Thin-n-crispy pizzas, which Papa Luigi’s II has been perfecting for 23 years, come loaded with canadian bacon or shrimp. After meals, guests can adjourn to the newly remodeled, smoke-free bowling alley. Here, shining orbs hurtle down 10 lanes whose automatic bumpers forgive shaky aim, and an automatic scoring system lets bowlers tuck their personal mathematicians back into the trunks of their cars. Between rounds, players can refuel at a pub-style bar by tipping back chilled mugs brimming with imported tap beers and gazing at a trio of plasma televisions. Those seeking a new arena for competition can drop by the game room or rent the upstairs gym for shooting hoops.
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    1919 12th Avenue
    South Milwaukee, WI US
  • Classic Lanes
    Swing by Classic Lanes for a quick sandwich and side of chips. Come try the flavor-driven dishes at Classic Lanes where the cooks worry about taste first and health second. You'll find a wonderful selection of drinks from Classic Lanes' full bar to top off your meal. Classic Lanes can provide comfortable seating options for parties of any size. Show up a bit early if you want to be seated right away — Classic Lanes doesn't take reservations. Leave the suit and tie at home — Classic Lanes is business casual all the way. Catering is also available if you'd like to serve Classic Lanes' tasty dishes at your next party. Classic Lanes' diners will appreciate the free parking in a lot next door.
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    7501 S Howell Ave
    Oak Creek, WI US
  • Jo-Don Farms
    Run by expert caretakers and trainers, Jo-Don Farms maintains a population of over 300 animals, who sometimes make trips off the property to visit TV studios, film sets, and even private parties. Of course, one can meet all the animals, including exotics such as tigers and zebras, by visiting the farms themselves. The animals all have names and a reasonable familiarity with people. Calling out to a pony or camel by name may get its attention and inspire a close-up visit. Other animals, such as the big cats, stay at a safe distance from guests at all times. Visitors can expect encounters both close and distant as they wander the 15 acres of paths and pens.
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    5907 Nicholson Road
    Caledonia, WI US

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