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Add a little local flavor to your visit with a few things to see and do when visiting downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin!

Use WRA's Dining Guide to create your culinary itinerary. Reservations are recommended - the Midwest Foodservice Expo is a busy time for dining out!

For more information about what's happening, things to do and other Milwaukee attractions, please check out VISIT Milwaukee at

Milwaukee Public Market

Milwaukee Public Market

Check out the Milwaukee Public Market (one of America’s Best!) and enjoy the freshly-made specialty foods, artisan products and cooking classes along with the sights and sounds of the Historic Third Ward.

It's Milwaukee's most unique downtown food destination.

Lakefront Brewery Tour

Brewery Tours

Enjoy product samples and visit the master brewer, MillerCoors, See Milwaukee's original microbrewery, Sprecher Brewery and enjoy European-style beers and gourmet sodas. Or visit a local favorite, Lakefront Brewery and taste award-winning beers.
Milwaukee Bucks Game

Pro Sports

Conveniently located across the street from the Wisconsin Center, the brand new Fiserv Forumalways has an exciting basketball game or great performance on tap!

Milwaukee Neighborhood

Trendy Neighborhoods

The Historic Third Ward is a restored warehouse district featuring distinct art galleries and dining options.

The two-mile long RiverWalk that winds along the Milwaukee River offers exceptional views and interesting architecture.

Potawatomi Bingo Casino


Win at Potawatomi Bingo Casino – a stunning entertainment center featuring 1,000 slots, 24 blackjack tables and Bingo hall that seats over 2,000 players.

The "Northern Lights Theater" plays host to the hottest entertainment anywhere.

Milwaukee Art Museum


The Milwaukee Art Museum offers 1,500 works of art within the spectacular building designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. It’s just a short cab ride to the Lake Michigan shore.

The Milwaukee Public Museum features an IMAX Dome Theater and Planetarium, "The Streets of Old Milwaukee" and the MPM green roof.