Milwaukee is a city that has been built on water. And what better way to experience it than paddling the river systems. The city is just waiting to be explored and will give you a better appreciation of your surroundings.
2. Music and Street Festivals
Live music and entertainment are becoming a huge part of Milwaukee culture. All over the city during the summer months events pop up that are free to the public. A wide range of food trucks and stages offer all different genres of music. Events include Jazz in the Park, Brady Street Festival, River Rhythms, Locust Street Days and Summer Solstice, just to name a few.
3. Bradford Beach
The best thing on a hot summer day in Milwaukee is to jump into the cool waters of Lake Michigan. Whether you are into swimming or just want to sit on the beach and get your tan on this is a perfect place for you. It offers a clean and friendly environment for all ages and is %100 free.
4. Bike Trails
Cycling is a great way to see the City of Milwaukee. Its good for the environment, good for your health and is an efficient way to get around. We have user friendly bike trails that connect different points of the city as well as our rentals “Bublr Bikes”. Popular trails include The Oak Leaf Trail, The Hank Aaron Trail, and The Riverwest Beer Line Trail.
5. Milwaukee Public Museum
Milwaukee has a beautiful museum with a friendly staff and some of the most interesting displays in the world. Our three story complex is full of historical and scientific information that one could not cover all of it in one day. Located in the heart of downtown the surrounding area is littered with old German and Scandinavian architecture.