Key Milwaukee

September 2016

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

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Milwaukee Riverwalk Discovery World 27 ATTRACTIONS g FREEBIES Milwaukee Art Museum First Friday of the month, with extended hours until 8pm. (Sept. 2) Milwaukee Public Museum First Thursday of the Month (Sept. 1) Betty Brinn Children's Museum Third Thursday evening of the month. 5-8pm. (Sept. 15) u Milwaukee Boat Line Narrated sightseeing tours, cocktail cruises, and live music. Double-decker vessels sail Milwaukee's rivers, harbors, and Lake Michigan. 7 days a week, May-Sept. 101 W. Michigan St. downtown on the RiverWalk. (414) 294- 9450. u Milwaukee Brewing Com- pany Small-scale craft brewery affiliated with Milwaukee Ale House. Regular tours. 613 Second St. (414) 226-2337. u Milwaukee Food & City Tours Guided bus and walking tours, tastings, custom group tours, factory tours, progressive dinners & cooking demonstra- tions. (800) 979-3370. u Milwaukee Seven Seat Bike Tours Explore Milwaukee on a round, seven-seat bicycle that every- one pedals and one person steers. Historic Third Ward food tours take visitors to five eater- ies to sample signature dishes. Ghastly History of the East Side tour goes around Lake Park to learn the shocking history of that area. or (414) 628-5103 u Riverwalk Boat Tours & Rentals, Nightly Sunset Cruis- es, Weekend Pub tours, Sunday Bloody Mary Cruise, Private Charters and Pontoon Rentals. ere Marquette ark 950 N ld World hird St. (414) 283-9999 u Sprecher Brewing Com- pany Milwaukee's original microbrewery. Tour the brew house, lager cellar and gift shop. Sampling at the indoor beer garden means choosing

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