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Our Milwaukee Summerfest Hotel Is Near Great Things to Do

Countless cultural and ethnic events, live music, professional sporting events, more unique, small shops and eateries than you could possibly conquer, and a vibrant arts community—Milwaukee offers a lot of something for everyone. Below you’ll find just a few of our favorite Milwaukee attractions near our hotel, like the Milwaukee State Fairgrounds and Miller Park. Be sure to ask our friendly staff of area experts for further recommendations. Enjoy!

Milwaukee Attractions

Miller Park
One Brewers Way – 414.902.4400
Home of the Milwaukee Brewers! Catch the game and enjoy this state-of-the-art ball park.

Potawatomi Bingo and Casino
1721 West Canal Street - 1.800.PAY.BIG
Try your luck at the exciting casino in downtown Milwaukee—Potawatomi Bingo and Casino. Our hotel's just a mile and a half away from this gaming palace, with its table games, off-track betting, slots, bingo and poker. After winning big, enjoy a meal at one of the five restaurants and then see a live show in the theater.

Milwaukee Art Museum
700 North Art Museum Drive – 414.224.3200
The Quadracci Pavillion, an addition to the museum completed in 2001, is an architectural marvel designed by internationally renowned architect, Santiago Calatrava. And you still have the inside to explore! You’ll enjoy works by countless world-famous artists, along with an extensive collection of pieces by Georgia O’Keeffe, a Wisconsin native.

Pabst Mansion
2000 West Wisconsin Avenue – 414.931.0808
It’s only natural that we would recommend the Pabst Mansion, but it really is fascinating for architecture and history buffs alike. Built in the late-19th Century, the mansion once belonged to Milwaukee’s own king of beer, Captain Frederick Pabst. The behind the scenes tour is extra, but well worth it.

Basilica of St. Josaphat
2333 South 6th Street – 414.645.5623
Completed in 1901, the Basilica of St. Josaphat is one of the most beautiful landmarks in Milwaukee. Original stained glass windows, fascinating oil paintings and the ornate interior make a tour well worth your time.

Old World Third Street
3rd Street – 414.273.7222
Originally a German neighborhood, Old World Third Street offers an interesting fusion of old and new. From the unique boutiques and specialty shops to old world tastes at celebrated German restaurants, this is a must stop for unforgettable shopping and dining.

Milwaukee County Zoo
10001 West Blue Mound Road – 414.771.5500
Enjoy 200 wooded acres that are home to more than 2,500 animals and 300 species. Be sure to stop by the Stackner Heritage Farm where you can get close to the animals, see a fully functioning dairy and catch the always-entertaining Oceans of Fun show that features seals and sea lions.

Oriental Theater
2230 North Farwell Avenune – 414.276.8711
The Oriental Theater is a Milwaukee staple, full of community culture and history. Catch a movie in the main theater during your stay. They run a number of independent and art films, and even continue to show the Rocky Horror Picture Show on weekends.

Kettle Moraine State Forest
S91 W39091 State Highway 59 (Eagle, WI) – 262.594.6200
We never get sick of the endless array of museums, restaurants and shops, but you may need to get some fresh air, take a hike or experience the amazing glacial landforms. Both the north and south units contain part of the 1,000-mile Ice Age Trail, filled with one picturesque spot after another. We can’t imagine a better way to experience the great Wisconsin outdoors.

Milwaukee Public Museum
800 West Wells Street – 414.278.2702
You can easily lose yourself for the day in this vast collection of natural and cultural history. It was the first museum to create total habitat dioramas, and you can be sure they’ve perfected the technique. Be sure to hit The Muskrat Group, a pioneering display that was created in 1890 and is still a visitor favorite.

Grohmann Museum
1000 North Broadway – 414.277.2300
Housed at the Milwaukee School of Engineering, Grohmann Museum is home to the world’s most comprehensive art collection dedicated to the evolution of human work. Explore three amazing floors of galleries and don’t miss the rooftop sculpture garden.

There are countless attractions throughout Milwaukee and surrounding areas, and we’ll be happy to help you find exactly what you’re looking for. It’s what we do. Contact us to help you craft your custom Milwaukee experience.

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