Key Milwaukee

August 2017

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

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24 FREEBIES Milwaukee Art Museum First Thursday of the month, with extended hours until 8pm. (Aug. 3) Milwaukee Public Museum, First Thursday of the Month. (Aug. 3) Betty Brinn Children's Museum Third Thursday evening of the month. 5-8pm. (Aug. 17) ON THE WATER u Lakeshore Paddle Sports Rentals One-hour paddleboat, hydrobike and paddle- board rentals allow vis- itors to paddle around the Maritime Water Basin beside Discovery World museum and the quiet water basin along the Summerfest grounds. 10am-7pm daily (last boats leave Dock at 6pm), weather permitting. (Early Bird Special $5/person/hour, 10am-1pm, Mon.-Fri.) South dock of Discovery World, 500 N. Harbor Dr. (414) 217-7235 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 River- Walk. (414) 294-9450. u PaddleTavern Pedal-powered party boat for 14 people. BYOB. There is an engine onboard just in case. Launching out of the Harp, 113 E. Juneau Ave. (414) 241-4394. u Riverwalk Boat Tours & Rentals Nightly Sunset Cruises, Weekend Pub tours, Sunday Bloody Mary Cruise, Private Charters and Pontoon Rentals. Pere Marquette Park, 950 N Old World Third St. (414) 283-9999 PARKS u Boerner Botanical Gardens/ Whitnall Park Fifty-two acres of formal gardens. Garden hours are 8am–6pm, seven days a week. 9400 Boerner Dr., Hales Corners. (414) 525-5600. u Lakeshore State Park 17-acre park located on Lake Michigan adjacent to Discovery World. (414) 273-1173. u Milwaukee County Zoo Attractions On the Water, Parks, Tours, Landmarks, Museums and more Milwaukee Art Museum Bradford Beach Boerner Botanical Gardens

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