Betty Brinn Children’s Museum
Kids of all ability levels are welcome in the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum. Inclusive considerations and experiences at the children’s museum includes ramps, toys, and more.
Bradford Beach is one of the most accessible beaches in the United States. With an accessible pathway that leads right to the water’s edge and two types of beach wheelchairs, this downtown beach truly welcomes all visitors and beach goers.
Henry W. Maier Festival Park
Home to Summerfest and many of Milwaukee’s ethnic festivals, this 75-acre permanent festival park has plenty of accessible features and is continuously adding more. Visit the Summerfest website for accessible features, tickets, parking, and more.
Visitors of the Harley-Davidson Museum can bring their own wheelchairs, power chairs and mobility scooters. Service animals are welcome as well. The museum also offers complimentary wheelchairs to visitors at a first-come first-serve basis.
Lakefront Brewery is widely known for their out-of-the-box brewery tour which also welcomes all types of visitors. The tour is wheelchair accessible and, as a bonus, guests of age get beer at the beginning and end.
Milwaukee Art Museum
The Milwaukee Art Museum is wheelchair and stroller accessible. Wheelchairs, if needed, are available from the admissions desk. Service animals and Segways used for mobility are welcome at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Milwaukee County Parks
Milwaukee County Parks pride themselves on being parks for all abilities. From adaptive golf to accessible beer gardens, there is a little something for everyone to enjoy their time outside to the fullest.
Milwaukee County Zoo
The Milwaukee County Zoo now offers sensory friendly equipment including noise-cancelling headphones, fidget tools, verbal cue cards, and weighted lap pads. Wheelchairs are also free with a deposit of a driver’s license or a mobility scooter is available for a charge of $30 as well.