Old-World Charm, New-World Vigor
Whether it's the sparkling waters of Lake Michigan or our rich cultural heritage, Milwaukee has something for everyone. Come experience the unique mix of old-world charm and new-world vigor that make Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the ideal tour destination.
Known as the City of Festivals, Milwaukee celebrates its cultural heritage with ethnic festivals throughout the summer—filled with food, dancing and music. Polish Fest, German Fest and Irish Fest have all been named Top 100 Events by the American Bus Association, and Milwaukee's permanent lakefront festival grounds make celebrating easy for all visitors.
A summer packed with festivals is just the beginning. Exciting attractions are here for every visitor, in every season. Find year-round excitement at stunning historic mansions and gardens, as well as at world-renowned museums including the world's only Harley-Davidson Museum. Milwaukee's brewing heritage lives on today in local craft breweries and on the high-speed production lines of brewing giant MillerCoors. Enjoy the performing arts throughout the fall and spring, with productions from talented local groups and the biggest Broadway hits on tour.
Want to hear the roar of a different crowd? Cheer on one of Milwaukee's home teams, including the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park, a fan-favorite baseball stadium with a unique fan-shaped retractable roof. Potawatomi Hotel & Casino offers high-stakes bingo, more than 100 table games, over 3,000 slot machines, a 20-table Poker Room, a 500-seat theater and an Off-Track Betting Room, as well as seven on-site restaurants and an attached 381-room hotel.
Greater Milwaukee has an abundance of exciting shopping choices, whether you're looking for malls and outlet stores, or one-of-a-kind galleries and specialty shops in artisan villages.
A Milwaukee tour has something for every age and interest to experience. Discover our incredible city filled with entertainment, celebration and fun. Learn more at http://visitmilwaukee.org/tour-operators.
Photo courtesy of the Harley Davidson Museum.