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Attractions in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Charles Allis Art Museum - Treasures can be found throughout Charles Allis Art Museum. The Charles Allis Art Museum is a rich cultural institution that serves the entire Milwaukee community. Museum exhibitions and programs celebrate Milwaukee’s diversity and Wisconsin art and artists.

Discovery World Science & Technology Center - Come and create, explore, design, and innovate! Whether you are trying something new or expanding on your skills, you'll be a hands-on participant when you take part in one of our exciting programs. Discovery World connects innovation, science, technology and the environment with exploration and learning through interactive exhibits and experiential learning programs.

Milwaukee Public Museum - A museum of human and natural history providing a dynamic and stimulating environment for learning, with something to excite and challenge visitors with a diversity of interests. It is a site for workshops, holiday celebrations, summer concerts and food festivals.

Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park - Lose yourself in an ancient world as you brave four thrilling lands. Thirty-seven steep and slippery slides. Six hair-raising roller coasters. Eight curve-hugging go-kart tracks. A titanic array of attractions, wet and dry, in winter and summer.

Noahs Ark Water Park - No one offers more excitement than Noah’s Ark, America’s Largest Waterpark. Noah’s Ark is the only place you’ll find all the most thrilling waterslides and rides, including Black Anaconda, America’s Longest Water Coaster; Time Warp, the World’s Largest Bowl Ride; and more.

Old World Wisconsin - Return to Wisconsin of the late 19th century, when waves of immigrants came to America's heartland in search of a better life. The museum's more than 60 historic structures range from ethnic farmsteads with furnished houses and rural outbuildings, to a crossroads village with its traditional small-town institutions.

Pettit National Ice Center - Ice Skating at its best! Visitors utilize the facility to skate for recreational fun, play hockey, run on the indoor track, view an international event, attend a meeting in our Hall of Fame Room, or just stop by to experience the Olympic spirit present at the Pettit everyday.

Schiltz Audubon Nature Center - The Center is a great place to hike, learn something new or find a quiet haven to commune with nature. It is a 185-acre stretch of untouched land along the shore of Lake Michigan. Escape from the world of concrete to hike six miles of trails, walk along the beach, and enjoy the spectacular view from the 60-foot observation tower.

The Betty Brinn Children's Museum - The Betty Brinn Children's Museum offers hands-on fun for little learners. The Museum experience encourages hands-on learning and the development of fundamental skills, self-esteem, and the ability to work with others.

The International Clown Hall of Fame - A museum that will make you want to laugh. Come visit and see our new exhibits. Learn about your favorite clowns at the International Clown Hall of Fame!

The Milwaukee County Zoo - The Milwaukee County Zoo is considered among the finest Zoos in the country. It is situated on 200 wooded acres and is home to approximately 2500 animals, representing 300 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and invertebrates.

The Pabst Mansion - Boasting stunning interiors, elegant original furnishings, elaborate wall coverings, the finest wood craftsmanship, intricate ironwork, brilliant stained glass, and rare art, the Mansion helped make the 1890's the "Pabst Decade" in Milwaukee.