Key Milwaukee

October 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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26 The sun is out...road trip anyone? Check out Port Washington's 2018 Calendar of Events for things to do and hospitable innkeepers ready to welcome you at the end of the day. On beautiful Lake Michigan just north of Milwaukee! Make your plans today. 1-800-719-4881 Milwaukee Food & City Tours offers guided bus and walking food tours. Private and custom tours for birthdays, bachelorette's, team outings. Bus rentals for Brewers games and weddings. (414) 255-0534 Milwaukee Seven Seat Bike Tours Explore Milwaukee on a round, seven-seat bicycle that everyone pedals and one person steers. (414) 628-5103 Sprecher Brewing Company Milwaukee's original microbrewery. Tour the brew house, lager cellar and gift shop. Sampling at the indoor beer garden means choosing from up to 20 beers and 10 sodas on draught. Reserve tastings now available. 701 W. Glendale Ave. (414) 964-7837 Ten Chimneys Tour the estate lovingly created by Broadway legends Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Tues.–Sat., 10am-2:30pm and Sun., 12-2:30pm. Reservations are recommended. Program Center exhibitions are open to the public (free of charge) during the tour season. S43 W31575 Depot Rd. Genesee Depot (262) 968-4110. Untapped Tours Three hour bus tour runs every day at 10am and includes photo opps at city landmarks, and stops to interact with locals and experience the city as they do. Also 3.5 hour brewery tours on Saturdays at 1:15. Wright In Milwaukee A rare collection of six Frank Lloyd Wright designed houses. 1835 South Layton Blvd. (414) 368-0060 g ATTRACTIONS

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