Top Accessible Attractions

The majority of Milwaukee's most popular attractions are accessible to all! Learn more about some of the top picks below.

  • Lincoln Memorial Drive

One of the top urban beaches in the nation, Bradford Beach is the hottest place to be on a summer day. It's clean, full of activity, great views, and plenty of space to spread out, sunbathe, and swim. Bradford Beach is one of the most accessible beaches in the United States. With…

  • 400 W. Canal Street
  • (414) 287-2789

Harley-Davidson motorcycles bring heart-thumping adventure, life-changing freedom and a bit of rebellion into the lives of people around the world. But whether you were born to be wild - or mild - makes no difference at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Much…

  • 1872 N. Commerce Street
  • (414) 372-8800

On December 2nd, 1987, brothers Russ and Jim Klisch opened Lakefront Brewery and sold their first batch of Riverwest Stein amber lager to a neighborhood tavern in Milwaukee. We have grown to brew 46,848 barrels of beer in 2017 and have received awards in most every renowned beer…

  • 700 N. Art Museum Drive
  • (414) 224-3200

The Milwaukee Art Museum is an essential destination for art and architecture and a vital cultural resource that connects visitors to dynamic art experiences and one another. Housed in iconic buildings by Santiago Calatrava, Eero Saarinen, and David Kahler on a 24-acre lakefront…

  • 10001 W. Bluemound Road
  • (414) 771-3040

The Milwaukee County Zoo is located on 190 park-like acres and home to more than 2,100 animals. The Zoo offers fun for every age and is open year-round.

  • 800 W. Wells Street
  • (414) 278-2728

Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) is the most visited museum in the state, featuring three floors of immersive exhibits that take people around the world, back in time, and even to outer-space. A natural history museum full of new things to discover around every corner, MPM helps…

  • 2000 W. Wisconsin Avenue
  • (414) 931-0808

The Pabst Mansion was completed in 1892 for beer baron Captain Frederick Pabst and his wife Maria. This Gilded Age museum boasts stunning interiors, elegant furnishings, exceptional wood craftsmanship, intricate ironwork and a brilliant fine arts collection. Open year-round for…

  • 1721 W. Canal Street
  • (800) PAY-SBIG

Located minutes from downtown Milwaukee, Potawatomi Casino | Hotel offers high-stakes bingo, nearly eight types of table games, more than 3,000 slot machines, and a 500-room luxury hotel. Dining options include Canal Street Cafe, Dream Dance Steakhouse, Rock and Brews, Street…

The three-mile long RiverWalk runs along the Milwaukee River and through the heart of downtown. Numerous pathways, ramps and elevators exist to provide wheelchair access to the restaurants, bars, nightlife, and shops that line the RiverWalk. Public art installations and…

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