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The city of Milwaukee features an eclectic blend of entertainment fit for the entire family, easily making it a mainstay for your Wisconsin travels. From a selection of professional and college sports, to historic sights and attractions – Milwaukee is an attractive hub of activity in the Badger State. First incorporated in 1846, Milwaukee boasts rich traditions and history-filled neighborhoods and streets.
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Head just inland from Lake Michigan and visit Milwaukee, where you will find a wide selection of breweries – Milwaukee and beer are about as synonymous as mashed potatoes and gravy. Enjoy a taste of locally brewed libations at the Sprecher Brewing Company, or Lakefront Brewery.
During the fall, and winter the BMO Harris Bradley Center is the home of the Milwaukee Bucks. Take in all the excitement as the Bucks battle through their NBA rivals – the Chicago Bulls and Detroit Pistons.
If you prefer a more subdued adventure, check out Miller Park, the home of the Milwaukee Brewers West of downtown Milwaukee is Marquette University. Visit during the winter months and enjoy thrilling college basketball as the Golden Eagles soar high in hopes of reaching the NCAA Tournament.
Among the variety of compelling and exciting sights to see, be sure to check out the Discovery World Museum with over 120,000 square feet of space dedicated to hands on learning exhibits. This is a popular destination for families with children.
Open your travel planner and schedule some time for a visit to the Historic Third Ward. You'll want to explore the Milwaukee Public Market or check out the Broadway Theatre Center.