On the shores of majestic Lake Michigan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin has much to offer tourists that arrive to have fun. Visit Milwaukee at any time of the year for exciting excursions and cultural activities. The list of things to do in Milwaukee is delightfully long, so your vacation itinerary will be full from morning ’til night.

  1. Manfred Olson Planetarium

    Anyone with even a passing interest in astronomy will enjoy a day at the Manfred Olson Planetarium on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus. A 30-foot dome brings the stars, planets and moon into close focus for visitors.

    The planetarium hosts programs for the general public designed to spark interest and imagination. An observatory deck on the roof of the building is also used for special stargazing sessions.

  2. Discovery World

    The whole family will love getting lost at Discovery World, where science and technology reign supreme. The Design It! Lab is where everyone can roll up their sleeves and get busy in many different projects that you’ll take home with you.

    Try the Physics and You Lab where you can build circuits, launch a rocket and learn all the important fundamentals of physics. Innovation Station is where you can delve into the first thermostat, explore environmental control, and make a pneumatic dinosaur move.

  3. Historic Pabst Brewery

    Breweries are a major part of Milwaukee’s heritage, so you can’t visit the area without at least one stop in at a local brewery. If you have to choose just one, make it the Historic Pabst Brewery. Not only a tavern, but this restored facility is also happy to open its doors for tours.

    Wander Blue Ribbon Hall to learn about the iconic history of Pabst in Milwaukee. You’ll also be treated to a pint of beer or root beer, and the on-site gift shop has a wide array of both new and vintage beer brands.

  4. Lynden Sculpture Garden

    What was once a private estate is now the Lynden Sculpture Garden in Milwaukee. You are invited to explore the 40 acres of fields and woodlands, in which more than 50 sculptures stand in simple splendor. The estate has been renovated to replicate traditional English gardens, so you can anticipate breathtaking landscaping displays. You can also explore the indoor galleries to see beautiful contemporary art.

With so many Milwaukee places to visit, you may have trouble choosing just a few. Make sure you plan enough time to see and do all of the biggest and best Milwaukee attractions.

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