Key Milwaukee

May 2018

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

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Page 26 of 71 27 ATTRACTIONS g Stay on the bus and take the 60 minute, fully nar- rated tour in its entirety or hop on and hop off at scheduled stops. Fri.-Sun., 10am-4pm. (800) 979-3370 u Great Lakes Distillery One-hour tour, includes a flight of six products. Tasting room is open to the public every day. 616 W. Virginia St. (414) 431-8683 u Harley-Davidson Powertrain Operations Factory W156 N9000 Pilgrim Rd., Menomonee Falls. (877) 883-1450 u Historic Milwaukee Storefront space boasts unique Milwaukee items, and is the starting point for some tours. 235 E. Michigan St., (414) 277-7795 u Jelly Belly Visitor Center & Tours Climb aboard the Jelly Belly Express and learn about the world- famous candy making, and enjoy free samples. 10100 Jelly Belly Lane Pleasant Prairie u Miller Brewery Tours Experience brewing history since 1855. See production from brewing to bottling and distribution. 4251 W. State St. (414) 931-BEER/2337 u Milwaukee Brewing Company 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 and cooking demonstrations. (800) 979-3370 u Milwaukee Seven Seat Bike Tours Explore Milwaukee on a round, seven-seat bicycle that everyone pedals and one person steers. or (414) 628-5103 u Sprecher Brewing Company Milwaukee's original microbrewery. Tour the brew house, lager cellar and gift shop. Sampling at the indoor beer garden means SAIL WITH US aboard an award-winning, authentic wooden tall ship or a traditional sailing yacht. Corporate Events | Private Events | Public Sailing 1920'S AMERICA'S CUP-INSPIRED SAIL BOAT JAKAB PORT WASHINGTON (312) 469-0233 TALL SHIP RED WITCH KENOSHA (312) 469-0233 RED WITCH, KENOSHA JAKAB, PORT WASHINGTON

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