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A popular tourist destination of Wisconsin - Milwaukee is the main traditional and financial center of the Milwaukee-Racine-Waukesha Metropolitan Area. The city was once known for its largest beer breweries and for the past few years, there have been many major additions to the town including the Wisconsin Center, Miller Park and number of skyscrapers.
Milwaukee Art Museum: Milwaukee Art Museum is one of the largest museums in the country. It is an art museum and has a collection of nearly 35,000 works of art on four floors. The museum holds largest collections of artworks by renowned artists like Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Georgia O'Keeffe and many other pioneers. Also, paintings, photographs, prints and drawings are also part of the display.
Discovery World: Operated by Discovery world, Ltd. Discovery World is a museum focuses mainly on innovation and technology, as well as conservation and education. Founded by Robert Powrie Harland, this place was initially called as the center of science, technology, and economics. Discovery world is known for its state-of-the-art 14 interactive science, technology, and freshwater exhibits namely The Reiman Aquarium, Les Paul’s House of Sound, Rockwell Automation Dream Machine, amongst the many.
Summerfest: Summerfest is world’s largest music festival which lasts for 11 days. It is made up of 11 stages with 1000 performances and attracts almost 800,000 to 900,000 people each year. Other attractions include fireworks, comedy acts, family activities, and much more. The fest is held at the 75-acre Henry Festival Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Harley-Davidson Museum: Only museum of its type in the world which pays tribute to Harley-Davidson. The museum was opened in 2008, near downtown, Milwaukee. It contains more than 450 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and hundreds of artifacts. Over 300,000 visitors come to explore this beautiful place annually.
Jewish Museum Milwaukee: Known for preserving and presenting the Jewish experience, Jewish Museum Milwaukee houses a significant collection of photographs, manuscripts, newspaper clippings and much more. The museum is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
When to visit
Milwaukee experiences a humid continental climate with hot, warm summers and cold, windy winters. The best time to visit the city is during spring and fall season as they have year’s most pleasant temperatures. During these seasons, temperature ranges from 40 to 52 degrees Fahrenheit.
General Mitchell International Airport is the closest and major airport to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The airport is almost 9 miles away from the center of Milwaukee and holds both international and domestic flights.
Know more about the city
Milwaukee has got so many nicknames because of its popularity such as Cream City, Brew City, Beer City, Bre Town, Midtown, The Mil, to name a few. The city is famous for its rich culture and diverse tourist attractions such as museums, art, cuisines, music, festivals, events, monuments, arenas, parks, recreations, sports, climate, transportation, health care and much more. Milwaukee is famous for being a popular venue for Lake Michigan sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing and ethnic dining. In 2011, Milwaukee ranked 15th most walkable of fifty largest U.S. cities by Walk Score.