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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.

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.

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Summerfest - As one of the largest music festivals in the world, Milwaukee's Summerfest is an eleven-day mega festival filled with food, music and shopping. The event got its start in the 1970s and since then has hosted some of the biggest names in the music industry. Each year an estimated 1 million people attend Summerfest in Milwaukee.

Milwaukee Rally - The signature sound of rumbling Harley-Davidson V-twin engines signifies the start of the annual Milwaukee Rally, which features events at venues across the city. Rally attendees will enjoy four giant vendor villages, a look at the brand new Harleys direct from the factory, the Miss & Mr. Milwaukee Rally contest, stunt riding and more.

Festa Italiana - Festa Italiana is the country’s largest Italian-American festival. A celebration of Italian food, arts, culture and religion. Like the name suggests, Festa is a party and everyone is welcome! Whether you’re young or old, come and play. Festa offers something for everyone.

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Coquette Cafe - Coquette is the kind of place where guests can pop in any time of day for everything from French Onion Soup and Flatbread Pizza to Crisp Provincal Roast Chicken. The dark wood, mirrored back bar and glowing gold walls invite you in to experience top quality and unassuming fare that you might find in the home kitchens of French grandmothers.

Mo's - A Place for Steaks - Not just a restaurant, it is an experience. Mo's is famous for its table side meat tray presentations, classic atmosphere, elegant banquet and private party options, extensive wine lists, and of course, its steaks.

Swig - In 2005 Swig was Milwaukee's first and only small plate dining restaurant. It's meant to be a fun, shared experience where guests can choose from a variety of flavors and sample several menu items each visit. Start with just a couple of choices and see where our menu takes you.

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