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
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Lakeshore State Park is a 22-acre park on the shores of Lake Michigan. Located in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, the Park is an urban oasis with a small beach and accessible paved trails that connect with Milwaukee’s other lakefront parks and the Hank Aaron State Trail. The Park’s lagoon is
The original North Point Lighthouse was built in 1855. The current 74-foot tower offers some of the best views of Milwaukee and is open for tours on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Group tours are available by appointment.
Bradford Beach is Milwaukee’s most popular beach and is voted one of the top ten urban beaches by USA Today readers. The spacious sand beach has a bathhouse, beach volleyball, food and refreshments for purchase, and even beach wheelchairs that can be checked out. Bradford Beach has a concrete
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.