Milwaukee is home to a number of successful and legendary sports teams, from the MLB’s Milwaukee Brewers, to the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, sports fans will feel an affinity for Milwaukee.
Visitors can catch a baseball game at
, where the Milwaukee Brewers play in one of the league’s few retractable-dome stadium, an architectural marvel that lets the Brewers take the field rain or shine. Visit the
for major sports and entertainment events including the cutting edge ice hockey of the AHL’s Milwaukee Admirals and the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks. Head on over to the UWM Panther Arena for some cutting edge ice hockey with the AHL’s Milwaukee Admirals and catch some kicks with the Milwaukee Wave, our Major Arena Soccer Team.
Set along the lakefront, the Milwaukee Art Museum’s far-reaching holdings include more than 25,000 works spanning antiquity to the present day. With a history dating back to 1888, the Museum houses a collection with strengths in 19th- and 20th-century American and European art, contemporary art, American decorative arts, and folk and self-taught art. The Museum includes the Santiago Calatrava-designed Quadracci Pavilion, named by Time magazine as “Best Design of 2001.”
Milwaukee boasts a theater district with a lively calendar of performing arts events to rival any city. Take your pick from Shakespeare and Broadway, to African dance and international superstars at the new Milwaukee Theatre.
Milwaukee’s newest addition transformed a historic building into a legendary attraction.
From jazz and blues to World music, this venerable theater has it all.
This downtown theater hosts everything from pop to renowned touring productions.
Ballet, musicals and so much more make this another Milwaukee favorite.
Milwaukee is famed for its festivals, especially during summer. The
Summerfest Grounds (Henry W. Maier Festival Park)
host the summer’s biggest parties, and no matter what time you arrive, you’ll hear the buzz about the festivities. After all, Summerfest is the world’s largest music festival featuring 11 days of renowned entertainment on 12 music stages, as well as great food and drink. Top acts play the open-air Marcus Amphitheater with views of Lake Michigan .
Celebrate Milwaukee’s rich heritage, including German Fest, Irishfest (the world’s largest Irish festival) and Indian Summer (the nation’s largest Native American festival). As you dine on Wisconsin treats such as beer-cooked “brats” (bratwurst sausages), seasonal brews, and fresh-picked corn over lakefront views, you’ll feel the legendary magic of what is proudly called the world’s largest music festival.
Learn more about Milwaukee ’s summer festivals and annual events.
You can dance the night away, take a sunset cruise on the Milwaukee River, or just socialize with friends at Milwaukee’s watering holes. Capitalizing on Milwaukee’s rich history rooted in beer, there is a bar for every taste, from traditional Irish pubs, to German-style beer halls to more modern upscale clubs.
Only a block away from the hotel is
Milwaukee’s Cathedral Square Park
, host of the weekly summer Jazz in the Park festival series and more. Guests will find that Milwaukee’s vibrant nightlife thrives year-round but truly shows the spectacle of this great city during the summer months.
Venture over to the
"Deer District", more than Milwaukee’s premiere location for sports and entertainment, it is Milwaukee’s newest neighborhood.
Featuring Fiserv Forum at the center, the Deer District is a 365-day destination, featuring 150+ events a year and a myriad of dining and entertainment options.