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Experience Milwaukee’s hot spot for art and fashion when you check out the dynamic boutiques, restaurants, theaters and galleries that fill this exciting district.
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East Town is known for its fantastic nightlife, and you can see some sights in the area like Milwaukee Art Museum and Discovery World.
You'll enjoy the restaurants and riverfront in Brewers Hill. You might want to make time for a stop at Lakefront Brewery or Martin Luther King Drive.
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If you're spending some time in Lower East Side, Brady Street and Oriental Theatre are top sights worth seeing.
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While visiting Westown, you might make a stop by sights like Wisconsin Center and Fiserv Forum.
Travelers to Downtown Milwaukee give high marks for the fascinating museums, live music scene, and renowned art. This city also attracts tourists with its theaters, entertainment choices, and breweries. Top sights in the city include Wisconsin Center, Fiserv Forum, and Riverside Theater.
Known for its museums, live music, and art, the city's cultural venues include Riverside Theater, Harley-Davidson Museum, and Milwaukee Art Museum. Attractions like Henry W. Maier Festival Park and Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery are fun for everyone, not just kids. The city is notable for landmarks like Martin Luther King Drive, Pabst Mansion, and US Bank Center.
In Downtown Milwaukee, you'll be able to select from 151 hotels and other lodging options so you'll have a variety of choices for a perfect holiday retreat. These are top ranked ones based on our user reviews:
Other favorite sights in Downtown Milwaukee include Wisconsin Center, Fiserv Forum, and Discovery World. Top places to see outside the city include Miller Park, located 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from the city center, and Milwaukee County Zoo, which is 5.8 mi (9.4 km) away.
To venture out into the surrounding area, hop on a train at Milwaukee Intermodal Station. Downtown Milwaukee may not have many public transit options so consider renting a car to explore more.