Milwaukee: 5 free things for visitors to do
Beer is still a big deal in Milwaukee despite the fact that most of the large breweries that once called it home have long since moved elsewhere.
FIELDS OF DREAMS - Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Originally playing in Seattle as the Pilots, the team was bought by used car salesman Allan Selig. Moved to Milwaukee, Selig...better known by his nickname, "Bud"...changed the name to the Brewers due to the city's fame in the beer brewing industry.
Experience French culture
Guests can immerse themselves in French culture this summer without leaving the country.
Milwaukee offers everything from French festivals featuring an international marketplace to hotel rooms.
From the clean sparkling waters of Lake Michigan to our rich cultural heritage, Milwaukee has something for everyone - a multitude of exciting attractions, shopping, gardens, and ethnic and cultural events such as Polish Fest, German Fest and Irish Fest that have been named Top 100 Events by the American Bus Association. Old World charm mixed with New World vigor - this is Milwaukee!Download PDF
Wisconsin Wins With Diversity
With its scenic beauty, impressive urban culture, and abundant meeting facilities Wisconsin delivers a great group experience.Download PDF
10 best vacation cities for beer lovers
Beer drinkers shouldn't limit craft beer to part of their vacation. With enough planning, those IPAs, Hefeweizens and Russian Imperial Stouts can be their vacation.
Walker touts Milwaukee, state tourism
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday touted his 24 percent increase in state spending on tourism promotion for boosting the industry’s revenue by 8 percent.
Milwaukee Summerfest Preview
The other city on the lake, Milwaukee, shakes its “Chicago Jr.” label every year when Summerfest outshines any of the Windy City’s outdoor musical events.