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.
S.S. (Street Ship) MKE is a 12-person party bus offering historical and fun city tours of Milwaukee’s most popular sites and landmarks. Their two-to-three-hour tours go through Westown, East Town, Historic Third Ward, and Walker’s Point districts, but stops are customizable according to your
The Warehouse is an art museum and research center free and open to the public. The renovated former factory has 4,500-square-feet of exhibit space and houses permanent and rotating exhibits based on the private international collection of co-founders Jan Serr and John Shannon. It is the only
Lakeshore Paddle Sport Rentals offers paddle boat or hydrobike rentals in one-hour increments. Paddle boats can seat up to four, and small dogs and pets are welcome. Enjoy a leisurely ride around the Maritime or Quiet Water Basins. Life jackets are included in the rental cost. Their season is
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
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum is an Italian Renaissance-style villa designed in 1923. Their collection includes fine and decorative arts from the 15th through 18th centuries, wrought-iron work by Milwaukee ironsmith Cyril Colnik and more. The garden features a Scaletta d’Acqua (water
Gothic Milwaukee offers guided historical walking tours of the spook-tacular side of Milwaukee. These 90-minutes tours explore the legends and hidden pasts of Milwaukee’s most notable downtown buildings. The tours are outdoors and are held rain or shine, so plan accordingly