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VISIT Milwaukee Visitor Information Center

Toll Free: 1-800-554-1448
Local Phone Number: 414-273-7222

Email: info@milwaukee.org

Located inside the Wisconsin Center
Inside main rotunda on First Floor
400 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53203

 

Parking

Your hometown disabled parking placard is valid in Milwaukee. Out-of-state parking permits are recognized by the State of Wisconsin.

A list of public and private parking lots and structures is available below. Most downtown hotels offer valet parking.

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City Bus

The Milwaukee County Transit Authority operates a city bus service which is fully accessible to wheelchair users.

All buses feature ramps and wheelchair spaces with securement straps.

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Trains

Amtrak serves the Milwaukee Intermodal Station via the Empire Builder and Hiawatha train services. 

All trains operating these services are wheelchair accessible.

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Where to Stay

Accessible Accommodations

Many hotels in Milwaukee offer wheelchair accessible accommodation and other amenities.

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SPORTING EVENTS

The City of Milwaukee is home to two professional major league sports teams - MLB’s Milwaukee Brewers and the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA. Both teams’ stadiums offer wheelchair accessible ADA seating and facilities to provide an equivalent experience for people with disabilities. The new Bucks arena will also feature seven sensory rooms with adjustable lights, textured walls, and soothing music.

The UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, where the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers play basketball, where the BrewCity Bruisers have their roller derby bouts, and which serves as the Milwaukee Admirals' home rink, is also ADA accessible. Additional information on ADA tickets and stadium accommodations is available from the respective teams.

Milwaukee Brewers
(414) 902-4000 (Voice)
(414) 902-4200 (TTY)
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Milwaukee Bucks
(414) 227-0894
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Baseball
Milwaukee Brewers

Cheer on the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park, a fan-favorite stadium

Theater

Several of Milwaukee's arts groups offer sensory-friendly performances aimed at helping autistic and other special needs children and adults enjoy the cultural arts. During these performances, the house lights stay up, sounds are softened, and audience members are free to vocalize and move as they like. First Stage, Milwaukee's acclaimed children's theater company, has hosted sensory-friendly performances since 2012 and runs the Next Steps Academy, offering theater classes for children with sensory-processing disorders. The Milwaukee Ballet has also begun offering a sensory-friendly version of their annual performance of The Nutcracker.

The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts hosts Broadway hits on tour as well as local performances. Wheelchair accessible seating and restrooms are available in both of the center's theaters. Assisstive listening devices are available from the Public Information Office. For the Broadway series, audio description of the show and ASL interpetation is usually available for the Saturday matinee performance. Please confirm with the box office if you require these services.

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Accessible Attractions

Many of Milwaukee's most popular attractions offer accessible options for travelers.

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