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Milwaukee's restaurants, shops, and attractions are re-opening to welcome you!
As destinations begin to reopen and events resume, we know safety is top of mind for travelers.
Plan a Visit
Whether you’re daydreaming about a trip to Milwaukee or are already here, we have everything you need to make the most out of your time in our quirky, colorful city.
Milwaukee's hotels are ready to welcome you! Whether you're an arts lover, a road tripper, a foodie, or looking for family fun, these packages and offers will make your vacation (or staycation!) in Milwaukee extra special.
As destinations begin to reopen and events resume, we know safety is top of mind for travelers and meeting & event planners alike. Across the city, from transit to restaurants, Milwaukee's businesses and services are taking steps to ensure public health and safety.
Milwaukee is known for always finding a way to have a good time. Although our summer calendar looks different this year, there is still so much going on. From guided kayak paddles to food tours, start exploring what's on tap in Milwaukee this summer.
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Our first priority is always the safety of our visitors, whatever events they choose to experience while in town. Learn more about the steps Milwaukee and the surrounding counties have taken to ensure that the events that continue will be held safely.
When you're ready to plan your next event, Milwaukee is ready to help you safely and confidently host your meeting. Our team has worked closely with city, county, and state officials as well as the local business community to stay up to date with safety precautions for both residents and visitors.
Milwaukee is an attractive, affordable "Sports-Friendly City," and ideal host of events ranging from baseball, volleyball, and hockey, to fencing, table tennis, speed-skating, and gymnastics.
Submit a RFP
Looking for the perfect setting for any size meeting? Contact us by submitting an online Request For Proposal (RFP) form and a member of the VISIT Milwaukee convention sales team will contact you.
From the moment you step foot in Milwaukee, you’ll see how much the city’s history lives on today. Milwaukee’s downtown is filled with beautifully preserved historic buildings, and many local museums offer a deeper look into the history of the area. From a lighthouse to the home of Broadway legends, there’s so much history and architecture to explore in Milwaukee.
Make your trip to Milwaukee educational and fun with stops at these popular local museums. Experience interactive exhibits, touch live butterflies, and step back into the past and forward into the future.
Why is Milwaukee called “Cream City?” It's not because we're in the dairy state.
History buffs will love exploring the diverse array of historic places and unique architecture in Milwaukee.
Oldest Church in the US
St. Joan of Arc Chapel
At Marquette University
Catch a flick at one of several historic theatres in Milwaukee, including the Landmark Oriental Theatre and the Landmark Downer Theatre.
You can take a walk on the spooky side with Gothic Milwaukee's haunting tours through the city's past and folklore.
Milwuakee is home to the oldest bowling alley in the United States.