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The Bloody Mary is no joke in Milwaukee. A limp stick of celery as a garnish? Not here. This iconic brunch beverage is turned up to eleven at Milwaukee eateries, topped with everything from mini-burgers to bacon, lobster claws to sushi rolls and everything in between.
Come explore the world’s only Harley-Davidson Museum, here in the city where Harley-Davidson was born.
Forget watching the game on the couch with a sad bowl of dip; bring your friends and cheer your team on with help from big screens, beer and awesome bar food (don’t miss the chance to order some cheese curds, a Milwaukee specialty!) in one of Milwaukee’s sports bars.
Whether it’s Major League Baseball, professional basketball, hockey, soccer or collegiate sports, Milwaukee is one of the premier destinations for sports fans in the country. Come cheer on one of our home teams!
Meet Harley-Davidson vice president and grandson of the founder Bill Davidson for a personal trip through the history of the legendary motorcycle company from its humble origins to its massively influential cultural phenomenon present. A film Directed by Milwaukee Filmmaker, Sam Macon with music by Milwaukee musician Chris Rosenau from Collections of Colonies of Bees.
Harley-Davidson is an American icon. Actually, it’s an international icon, setting trends around the world for decades. The company is a renowned brand, and now trades on the New York Stock Exchange.
But its roots were humble. It all started with a failed experiment by William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson to build a motor-bicycle — but the prototype couldn’t climb the hills in and around their base, Milwaukee. They tried again with a larger motor, built in the Davidson family’s back yard, and it worked. This was the first Harley-Davidson motorcycle on record — in 1903.