Black Cat Alley is an outdoor street art gallery featuring 21 murals by artists from all over the world. Located behind the historic Oriental Theatre, this transformed alley is popular with both locals and visitors.
America’s Black Holocaust Museum is a historical and memorial museum dedicated to bringing awareness to the harmful legacies of slavery and promoting racial repair, reconciliation, and healing. In addition to online and virtual exhibits, the Museum has a new on-site space in Milwaukee’s
The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is an interactive and educational museum with hands-on exhibits designed for children ages 10 and under. Engaging exhibits promote creativity, problem-solving, and incorporation of math and science concepts. The Museum offers sensory-friendly sessions for those
City Tours MKE offers History, Food and Brewery Tours of Milwaukee. Their fleet of electric cruisers can hold up to five people per vehicle, and they also have a 12-seat bus. The cruisers have removable doors, so in the summer they can operate open-air like a golf cart, and in the winter they put
1130 N 9th St, Bottle House #42, Milwaukee, WI 53233
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center is a 185-acre nature preserve located on the shores of Lake Michigan. The property has six miles of hiking trails that wind through forests, ponds, prairies, and shorelines. Some trails are accessible. If you’re up for it, climb the 60-foot observation tower for
NorthSouth Club features axe throwing and deck shuffleboard. Move from axe throwing in the rugged north to palm trees, umbrella drinks and deck shuffleboard in the south. Walk-ins are only taken if lanes/courts are open, so making reservations is strongly suggested
Mitchell Gallery of Flight is an aviation museum located in Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport. Their displays and exhibits showcase southeast Wisconsin’s flight heritage. The artifacts, displays, and photographs are a blast from the past