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!
The Grohmann Museum is part of the Milwaukee School of Engineering campus and contains the world’s most comprehensive art collection dedicated to human work from medieval times to present. Their collection includes more than 1,500 paintings, sculptures and works on paper
The Burnham Block contains six Wright-designed American System-Built Homes and is the largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright homes in a single location. It includes the Model B1 and Two-Family, Flat “C” styles. Guided tours are available on Saturdays and last 40-50 minutes. Tours include two
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
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.
American Family Field is the MLB ballpark home to the Milwaukee Brewers. Behind-the-scenes walking tours are offered Monday through Saturday during the regular Brewers season. Tours last approximately 75-90 minutes and are ADA and stroller accessible. Experience normally restricted areas such as