Let's Raise a glass (or a brat) and Toast to Our City. Happy 414 Day!
As Milwaukee's unofficial holiday, April 14th, or 414 day, celebrates all things Milwaukee. In honor of this special day, we're highlighting the top 10 most popular attractions in Milwaukee that make this city so special.
Milwaukee Art Museum - With its iconic winged shape and a stunning lakeside location, the Milwaukee Art Museum is a must-see attraction for art lovers and architecture enthusiasts alike.
Harley-Davidson Museum - Milwaukee is the birthplace of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, and this museum celebrates the brand's rich history and cultural impact on the city.
American Family Field - Home to the Milwaukee Brewers, American Family Field is a beloved destination for sports fans, offering great views, delicious food, and plenty of entertainment.
Summerfest - Known as the "World's Largest Music Festival," Summerfest is a 10-day celebration of music, food, and fun that draws visitors from around the world.
Milwaukee Public Market - This bustling indoor market features dozens of local vendors selling fresh produce, artisanal goods, and delicious prepared foods.
Milwaukee County Zoo - Home to over 2,000 animals from around the world, the Milwaukee County Zoo is a fun and educational destination for families and animal lovers.
Pabst Mansion - This historic mansion offers a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of the Pabst family, one of Milwaukee's most prominent beer barons.
Milwaukee Riverwalk - Stroll along the scenic Milwaukee Riverwalk and enjoy stunning views of the city skyline, public art installations, and plenty of dining and entertainment options.
Mitchell Park Conservatory - Known locally as the "Domes," this botanical garden features three large glass domes filled with exotic plants from around the world.
The Bronze Fonz - This life-sized bronze statue of the character Fonzie from the TV show "Happy Days" has become a beloved landmark in downtown Milwaukee.
These are just a few of the many amazing attractions that make Milwaukee such a special place to live and visit. So, whether you're a longtime resident or a first-time visitor, be sure to celebrate 414 day by exploring all that this great city has to offer!