Key Milwaukee

September 2012

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

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MILWAUKEE FOOD TOURS, 800-979-3370. Discover Milwaukee's most delicious neighborhoods. Guided walking tours, tastings, plus stories of rich immigrant past. Custom group tour planning - factory tours, progressive dinners, cooking demonstrations. TOUR MILWAUKEE, 232-9348. Walking tours emphasizing food, beverages and this history of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the Midwest. Sit-down dining at six tasting locations. Book tickets online at TAKE A SIDETRIP SCHOONER COAST, from Manitowoc to Door County. Beginning at Manitowoc's Wisconsin Maritime Museum, a Smithsonian affiliate and largest maritime museum on the Great Lakes, take a road trip up the Schooner Coast to see white sand beaches, fishing spots, lighthouses, schooner shipwrecks and quaint harbor towns. The 60-mile trip ends at the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay. Visit or call 866-724-2356 for details and a savings pass- port good for B&Bs, restaurants and shops up and down the Schooner Coast. S.C. JOHNSON TOURS, Golden Rondelle Theater, 1525 Howe St., Racine. 262-260-2154. The headquarters of one of the world's leading manufacturers of household products also is a showcase for the work of famed Wisconsin architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Tours on Fridays and Saturdays only are free and begin at the Golden Rondelle Theater: one-hour tour of The Gallery, the newest addition to the company campus which fea- tures a rotating selection of Wright's designs; two-hour Landmarks Tour which includes the administration building designed by Wright in 1936, the award-winning Fortaleza Hall and The Gallery, and a 3.5-hour tour that includes all the ele- ments of the Landmarks tour and the Academy-Award winning documentary To Be Alive! TEN CHIMNEYS, Genesee Depot (exit I-94 at Hwy. 83 south, 30 minutes west of Milwaukee. 262-968-4110. Estate tours of the home of Broadway greats Alfred Lunt & Lynne Fontanne, a National Historic Landmark. Through Nov. 10: 10 a.m.-2:45 p.m. Tues.-Sat., Sundays in October. Call for reservations. (414) 273-6007 1-800-334-5434 Packers Bucks Badgers Sports Concerts Theatre Locally owned & operated Downtown at Broadway and Mason St. S eptember ISMA MUSIC AWARDS FIDDLE & JIG CONTEST CIRCLE OF ART TRADITIONAL VILLAGES ember 7-8-9,7-8-9, 2012 | Milwaukee's Lakefront EDUCATION DAY SMITHSONIAN EXHIBIT NATIVE CUISINE & COOKING DEMOS LACROSSE EXTENSIVE MARKETPLACE A FESTIVAL FAVORITE Brulé 27

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