Welcome to Anders Group’s weekly location spotlight where we’ll share what to eat, see, and do in some of the most popular Travel Assignment locations! Up this week… Milwaukee!
WHERE: Milwaukee, WI
ABOUT: Resting beautifully on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin. If you’re looking for a good pint of beer or some authentic German food, look no further!
- Sobleman’s – USA Today featured their extravagant Bloody Marys with out of this world toppings
- Leon’s Frozen Custard – you have to try their world famous butter pecan custard!
- Milwaukee Ale House – one of Milwaukee’s best night spots
- Mader’s Restaurant – authentic German cuisine
- Odd Duck – they have cornered the market of small/ shareable plates
- Joan of Arc Chapel – the oldest structure in Milwaukee
- Milwaukee Art Museum – contains nearly 25,000 breath taking works of art
- Mitchell Park Domes – get to experience 3 uniquely amazing landscapes in one day!
- Bronze Fonz – the city’s unspoken crowned jewel
- North Point Lighthouse – earned its place on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984
- Miller Brewery Tour – drink in over 160 years of frothy history
- Summerfest – Milwaukee’s mini Coachella, over 800 bands over 11 days on 11 different stages
- Kayak down the Milwaukee River – check kayaking down a 104 mile long river off of your bucket list
- Live Jazz in Cathedral Square Park – take in some jazz, funk, R&B, reggae, blues and many other genres in the heart of downtown… happy hour starts at 5! 😉
- In the last 70 years, Milwaukee has only had 4 mayors hold office.
- It is the home of the world’s largest collections of antique microphones.
- The typewriter was invented here in 1869.
- Milwaukee is also known as “Beertown.”
- “Happy Days” and “Lavern & Shirley” were both filmed here.
Have you been to Milwaukee? What did you eat, see, and do? Leave your recommendations below!
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