The Lake Express
The Lake Express High Speed Ferry is off and running, from Muskegon to the shores of Milwaukee. Guests from the Milwaukee side share their pitch on why we should visit.
It Doesn’t Matter How It’s Spelled
Milliwocki, Milwacky, Milwaukie, Milwaukee - the word "Milwaukee" may come from the Potawatomi language "minwaking," or Ojibwe language "ominowakiing,"
"Gathering place by the water."
No matter how it has been spelled or its origin, in March 2013 Milwaukee will be synonymous with USITT and stand for all the experiences and knowledge gained at each Annual Conference & Stage Expo.Download PDF
It’s a summer-long party in Milwaukee
Say this about Milwaukeeans: They know how to throw a party.
Located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is one city meeting planners need to put on their maps, if only for the food and festivals.
Milwaukee’s Polish Fest
More than 20 different restaurants are expected for the annual Polish Fest to be held June 15, 16 and 17, 2012, on the Summerfest grounds of Henry W. Maier Festival Park, 200 North Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Summer in Milwaukee
Heralded as the "City of Festivals," Milwaukee showcases its rich heritage with a procession of ethnic and cultural celebrations throughout the summer.
Food Tours From Milwaukee to Naples, Fla.
Founded by Theresa Nemetz and inspired by her great-grandparents who immigrated to Milwaukee from Sicily, Milwaukee Food Tours touches in the city's immigrant history and its Italian, German, Irish and Polish heritage.Download PDF
No Stopping Milwaukee
Those '70s sitcoms were a long time ago...
Now, think world-class museums, great restaurants, waterfront fun and some truly epic parties. (Don't worry, the beer and motorcycles are still there.)