648 N. Plankinton Avenue, Suite 425
Milwaukee, WI 53203
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Activities found in this area:
Golf, Beaches, Biking, Boating, Botanical Gardens, Spectator Sports, Zoo & Animal Attractions, Parks and Forests, Performances, Spas, Specialty Stores, Frank Lloyd Wright, Galleries, Great Lakes Harbor Towns, Heritage, Indoor Waterparks, Museums, Breweries and Wineries, Canoeing and Kayaking, Children Museums
New one-of-a-kind attractions combine with an unbeatable arts and culture scene, a non-stop season of festivals, an eclectic variety of museums and ethnic restaurants that bring the tastes of the world to the shores of Lake Michigan to create a destination that is, without a doubt, a celebration of cool.
One-hundred and five years in the making, the world’s only Harley-Davidson Museum opened in July 2008, taking the shores of Milwaukee by storm. Just minutes from downtown located on 20 acres of land along the Menomonee River, the museum complex offers exhibits, dining options, a retail shop and outdoor public spaces that are a destination unto themselves.
Located just down the street from the Harley-Davidson Museum in the city’s Menomonee Valley the area’s number one visitor attraction, Potawatomi Bingo Casino, recently completed its $240 million expansion. Visitors can expect to find not only a world-class gaming facility, but award-winning dining options and Vegas-style entertainment.
Happy days are here again. The King of Cool, Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzerelli, now resides on the eastern bank of the Milwaukee River along the city’s RiverWalk in the form of a bronze statue. Complete with leather jacket and signature double thumbs-up, this life-sized likeness of the pop culture icon provides a perfect photo opportunity, adding another great element to the Milwaukee experience.
You’ll also find over 15,000 acres of parkland, two lively theater districts, a full schedule of professional and collegiate sports action, historical attractions and our warm brand of hospitality. So come to Milwaukee, where it’s always cooler by the lake!