From Urban Milwaukee:
Milwaukee is, in my opinion, the best kept secret of the Midwest. It has all the amenities of a big city — award-winning chefs and acclaimed dining, world class arts and theater, professional sports teams and exciting events — combined with the easy-going hospitality and charm of a small town. Yes, the locals really are as friendly as they say.
I’ve been in love with Milwaukee since I was a kid, riding the school bus downtown on a field trip to a museum and driving home at night after a festival entranced by the city lights. I’m excited to have it as my home as an adult, and my favorite thing is to show friends who have never visited before all the parts of the city I love the most.
This guidebook, 100 Things to Do in Milwaukee Before You Die, gives you a cross section of the city, from the must-see areas to the quirky local secrets. Whether its your first time in the city or you’re a Milwaukeean looking to get to know it a little better, I hope that this book will inspire you to get out and explore Milwaukee. Here are just four of the book’s 100 things, to give you a flavor of the range of items.
Fore more, visit Urban Milwaukee.