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.
The Breakwater Lighthouse was constructed in 1926, and the permanent light and fog signal were placed into commission on February 26, 1927. It was automated in 1966. The Milwaukee Breakwater Light can be best viewed from the pier leading to the Milwaukee Pierhead Light. There is a parking lot at
The Milwaukee Pierhead Light was established in 1872. It is now solar-powered and operated automatically, but it is a popular place for both visitors and locals to walk and take photos. The Pierhead Light is located at the end of East Erie Street. There is a parking lot just before the pier
Veterans Park has a long lagoon with paddle boat, kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals, as well as the Oak Leaf Trail for biking and walking. The Park has a large open, grassy area perfect for flying kites, and there is even a kite store located on the premises
Milwaukee Paddle Tavern is a pedal-powered party boat that can hold up to 14 people. Book seats on a public tour or book the whole boat for a private tour. Trips are one hour and 45 minutes long. Bring your own beverages and snacks, and they’ll provide the coolers and ice
Lost Valley Cider Co. has more than 20 taps featuring ciders from all over the world, including their own house ciders. Try a cider flight, cider cocktail, or more! Pets are always welcome at Lost Valley.
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