Henry Maier Festival Park and the Milwaukee community are significantly benefiting from the new Northwestern Mutual Community Park, a colorful playground area offering inclusive and accessible fun for children ages 2 to 12.
You’re about to strike gold on this perfect Milwaukee day. This baseball season plan an overnight trip to Potawatomi Hotel & Casino and catch a Brewer’s game so that the excitement can last all day (and night) long!
This vibrant district of bars, restaurants, and more surrounding Fiserv Forum is the place to be.
Over 3,000 creatures from around the world make their home at the Milwaukee County Zoo, and there's always something new to explore!
The woman behind Gothic Milwaukee, Milwaukee's spookiest tours, talks to us about Milwaukee's history and architectural must-sees for ghost lovers and history buffs alike.
There are delightful secrets and surprises hidden throughout many of Milwaukee’s most popular family attractions – can your family experience them all?
The Tropical Domes may seem like a magical place untouched by humans, there’s a lot of TLC needed to keep these plants lush and vibrant.
Summer is always a popular time on the lakefront, but there's fun to be had on the shores of Lake Michigan all year long.
This historic bank is now home to the Milwaukee County Historical Society.
This historic building is now a hub for the arts in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward neighborhood.
This little red lighthouse is a social media star.
What do a bridge named after a kangaroo, the legendary Three Stooges, and a beloved feature of Milwaukee’s baseball history have in common?
This historic printing shop has found a new life.
Even locals are intrigued by the mystery of the Taj Mahal-inspired Tripoli Shrine Center.
Who were the "puddlers" that first occupied the Bay View neighborhood?
The Greater Milwaukee area is home to fabulous resorts to help you get away from it all.
Whatever brings you to Milwaukee, there’s family fun waiting. Check out these easy ideas.
Experience Milwaukee's passionate local jazz scene at these clubs and venues.
Actor and director Matt Daniels is a California native who lives, works, and creates in Milwaukee.
Fireworks, music, parades, and more!
This statue is a pop art favorite and a must-visit selfie spot in Milwaukee.
A brief history of Gertie the Duck: a symbol of hope and a Milwaukee icon.
Why is Milwaukee called “Cream City?” It's not because we're in the dairy state.
Milwaukee hosts a festival almost every weekend in the summer to celebrate our diverse ethnic heritage and culture with food, dance, traditional crafts, cultural history and more!