- Marquette University: Marquette is a Catholic, Jesuit university dedicated to serving God by serving our students and contributing to the advancement of knowledge.
- Summerfest: A variety of world famous music and ethnic festivals are held in downtown Milwaukee throughout the summer.
- The Bradley Center: Enjoy your favorite sport, whether it’s Milwaukee Bucks basketball, Marquette Golden Eagles college sports, or Milwaukee Admirals hockey.
- The Milwaukee Public Museum and Humphrey IMAX Dome Theater: Milwaukee’s world-class natural history museum and IMAX theater is a great way to spend the day.
- The Milwaukee Art Museum: Treasured old masters and vibrant modern art are on display at this Internationally acclaimed building designed by Santiago Calatrava.
- The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts: Enjoy local performances by the Milwaukee symphony, opera, and ballet, or see a Broadway show.
- Milwaukee Theater District: Experience the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Next Act Theater, in tandem Theater Company, Skylight Music Theater, Milwaukee Chamber Theater, Pabst Theater or Riverside Theater.
- The Grand Avenue Shopping Center: This enclosed downtown shopping center offers plenty of great shopping and dining.
- Delta Airlines Center: Milwaukee's downtown convention center hosts shows throughout the year.
- Miller Park: There's never a rainout of Milwaukee Brewer baseball games at the retractable-roof stadium.
- Potawatomi Bingo Casino: Have loads of fun playing Bingo, slots and casino gaming.
- Wisconsin State Fair Park: Enjoy the annual Wisconsin State Fair and many other events at this outdoor venue.
- The Milwaukee Mile: This historic raceway features CART and NASCAR racing throughout the year.
- Pettit National Ice Center: Enjoy indoor skating and hockey at this Olympic Training Facility.
- Milwaukee County Zoo: It’s always fun to check out different zoos so plan to spend some time visiting our animals.
- Historic Pabst Mansion: In 1892, the Flemish Renaissance Revival Mansion of Captain Frederick Pabst, world famous beer baron, accomplished sea captain, real estate developer, philanthropist and patron of the arts, was completed.
- Miller Brewery: In 1855, German immigrant Fredrick Miller purchased the Plank Road Brewery. Surrounded by woods, the small brewing operation was no bigger than a Victorian house. Today, a replica of the Plank Road Brewery is just one of the historic highlights in Milwaukee’s Miller Valley—the home of the nation’s second largest brewer, Miller Brewing Company.
- Harley-Davidson Museum: Nearly 105 years in the making, the Harley-Davidson Museum, located near downtown Milwaukee, opened its doors to the public on Saturday, July 12, 2008. The 130,000-square-foot Museum adds a new dimension to the Harley-Davidson experience. Visitors get a feel for the freedom, camaraderie and pride that Harley-Davidson riders experience every time they fire up their motorcycles.