Lake Park has an 18-hole, par 3 golf course right near Lake Michigan. All 18 holes are under 85 yards, making it great for beginners or those who don’t have a lot of time. Bring your own clubs and balls. A self-pay station is available.
Grant Park Golf Course was the first 18-hole golf course in Milwaukee County, and an 1892 farmhouse still serves as its clubhouse. The course offers cart and club rentals, and additional amenities include a pro shop, beverage cart, and restaurant. Access is on the south side of the course on
South Shore Park Beach is a beautiful sandy beach the near south side of the city. The beach has sand volleyball courts, a playground, and a restroom facility. A portion of the Oak Leaf Trail runs through the park.
The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design has two nationally recognized museum galleries, the Brooks Stevens Gallery and Frederick Layton Gallery. The galleries contain rotating exhibits featuring regional, national and international artists that are free and open to the public
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (The Domes)
One of the most recognizable landmarks in Milwaukee’s landscape is the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, lovingly known by locals as The Domes. The Conservatory is a living plant museum, and its collection includes more than 1,800 plant species from around the world. The three domes
Dretzka Park Golf Course in an 18-hole course featuring tree-lined fairways, elevation changes, and water crossing through 12 of the 18 holes. Cart and club rentals are available, and there is a driving range, pro shop and restaurant on site. There is also a 27-hole disc golf course
Brown Deer Golf Course is an 18-hole public golf course in Milwaukee County. With masterfully carved holes and a stream running throughout the course, you can test your skills on the course where Tiger Woods turned pro. Cart and club rentals are available, and the course includes a pro shop