Prosit! Raise a glass to a grand German tradition in one of Milwaukee’s beer gardens or halls. A beer garden is a community gathering place that the whole family will love, usually open May-October, but the beer halls are full of good cheer all year round. Grab a brew, and enjoy tasty treats like bratwurst and pretzels, music and good company.
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If you’re bringing your family to Milwaukee, you can’t miss these 13 spots kids & adults alike will love.
The NY Times Frugal Traveler gave two thumbs up to Milwaukee, calling the city “vibrant and cheap,” which, hey – we’ll take it.
With over 800 acts playing on 11 stages over 11 days, it’s no surprise that Summerfest is the world’s largest music festival. This Milwaukee tradition is a summer favorite for locals and visitors alike – get the most out of your Summerfest experience with this rockin’ to-do list.
We recently joined forces with Expedia to highlight some of the beer spots in town, but we didn’t want to leave your little ones out of the Cheese State fun.
Known by some as the “best 11 days of summer,” the Wisconsin State Fair is jam-packed with rural-meets-urban fun. There’s so much going on that it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the options, but don’t worry: in honor of the 11 days of the Fair, here are 11 things you must do to have the ultimate State Fair experience!