In the Heart of Milwaukee, a Gleaming Tower Leads an Urban Renewal
After the opening of Northwestern Mutual’s new headquarters, other projects are sprouting up everywhere in the city’s center.
The Rise and Rise of America’s Best Kept Secret
Harleys. Cheeseheads. Packers. Beer. Maybe even hard-working people with Midwest values. Milwaukee has transformed from dairy belt to rust belt to digital belt.
Milwaukee’s ‘Gallery Night and Day’ shows off city’s vibrant art scene
“Wisconsin’s largest city has many charms: Summerfest, a less crowded lakefront, beer. More beer. But Brew City has a seriously good art scene, too, and it knows how to show it off during Gallery Night and Day.”
Travelocity:7 Insanely Fun Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do in Milwaukee
“With its vibrant food scene and envious location on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee has the charm that some other larger cities are lacking….If Milwaukee is not already on your radar, it should be! This city is constantly evolving, so there’s no time like the present for a visit.”
Midwest Living: Urban Hike Through Milwaukee
“This route has it all…While it takes you through the heart of the city, you’ll also experience woodlands, wildflowers and seabirds.”
Runner’s World: Escape to Milwaukee for Great Beer
“This Wisconsin city welcomes not only drinkers, but also runners, with plenty of races and trails.”
Washington Post: You’re Going Where?
"There’s always something to celebrate in Milwaukee. And I’m not just talking about the music, food and art festivals that fill the summer, or the azure views of Lake Michigan, or even the city’s beer-steeped history… Really, any occasion is good there to pack the flask and break out the party gear.”
Trivago: 10 Under the “Gaydar” LGBTQ Cities
“Thanks to Pridefest, the ‘Brew City’ is emerging as one of our up-and-coming travel destinations. The annual LGBTQ Film/Video Festival attracts thousands every October. The Milwaukee Gay Arts Center offers one-of-a-kind LGBTQ productions, and Walker’s Point is setting itself up to be the next big Boystown.”