Join Sea Dog Sailing for a one-of-a-kind sailing adventure on Lake Michigan. The 38-foot sailing vessel Quinn Marie can accommodate up to six people for 90-minute private sails. Sea Dog Sailing operates out of McKinley Marina.
Sculpture Milwaukee is an urban public art exhibition located throughout public and private sidewalks of downtown Milwaukee and the Historic Third Ward. The exhibits are spread out over two miles, and some are not located at street level, so walking or biking is recommended to best see all the
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Milwaukee Duffy boats are perfect for all ages and groups from two up to twelve people. These electric-powered boats are “as easy to drive as a golf cart”. Book a 90-minute up to 2.5-hour tour, depending how much time you want to allow for stops along the way. They even have coolers available
Milwaukee Kayak Company offers kayak, canoe, and paddleboard rentals. They also offer weekly guided tours of downtown Milwaukee. Rentals rates are for up to four hours and the cost includes a life jacket and paddle. The rental location is at Jerry’s Docks, downtown Milwaukee. Their season is
The Beerline Trail is a north/south walking and biking trail that runs along the western side of the Milwaukee River. The asphalt trail is just short of four miles and follows the path of an old railroad line along a route where many of the old Milwaukee breweries were built. The trail begins at
The Milwaukee RiverWalk is a continuous pedestrian promenade that spans nearly 20 blocks along the Milwaukee River. The RiverWalk extends along both sides of the river and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Enjoy beautiful architecture, artwork and even the Bronz Fonz statue as you walk the
Edelweiss Cruises offers a variety of boat tours aboard spacious vessels with large, enclosed cabins. Choose from a historic narrated tour, city skyline cruise, dinner cruise, and more. Their largest vessel, the Harbor Lady, can hold up to 145 passengers. They also offer pontoon rentals