Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Exterior viewing only; designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Basilica of St. Josaphat
One of the 56 Basilica’s found in America; a Milwaukee landmark.
Boerner Botanical Gardens
Formal garden surrounded by a 1,000-acre arboretum.
The venue plays host to several events, from spots to concerts.
Edelweiss Cruise Dinning
Two European style boats offer sightseeing and dinner cruises.
Havenwoods State Forest
Nature-centered crafts and activities for youth at their environmental awareness center.
House of Harley Davidson
Dealership and retail store with motorcycles, clothes, parts and accessories.
Humphrey IMAX Dome Theatre
First IMAX in WI; seats 275 people and located within the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Iroquois Boat Line
Sightseeing cruises on Lake Michigan.
This 3 mastered schooner was built to serve as a floating classroom and goodwill ambassador for Wisconsin.
Miller Brewing Company
Tours of packaging and shipping centers; brew house and museum.
Milwaukee County Zoo
Collection of animals, birds, and reptiles from around the world.
Milwaukee County Historical Center
Architectural landmark building with two floors of exhibits on Milwaukee County history.
Mitchell Park Conservatory
Three domes show the flora of a rain forest, a desert, and a seasonal display.
Milwaukee Public Market
Year-round, indoor marketplace for specialty food vendors.
Oak Leaf Trail
13 miles of off road bike tours.
Pettit National Ice Center
The largest ice center in the country; used for Olympic training and open to the public.
Puddle Jumper Lagoon Indoor Water Park
6,000 sq. feet park with water bucket dump station, mini slides, and water basketball.
The Safe House
Restaurant featured on the History Channel; expect intrigue and surprises.
Sea Dog Sailing
Experience Milwaukee’s scenic shoreline from Lake Michigan, aboard a Catalina 34 sailing yacht, “Blue Chip.”
Spirit of Milwaukee
Brunch, lunch, dinner, and cocktail cruises.