Planning a visit to Milwaukee, Wisconisin, soon or are you a resident looking for an interesting place to spend an afternoon? Here is a list of five unique attractions to check out around town.
Summerfest. Known as the world’s largest music festival, Summerfest is essential for all music lovers. This 11-day festival will be held June 25-29/July 1-6, 2014, and with 800 acts, including headliners Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga and Motley Crue, rocking the Marcus Amphitheater, anyone who attends will not be disappointed.
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (The Domes). The only place where you can experience the desert, a tropical jungle and a floral garden without leaving the building. It combines many of the world’s diverse plant life from all continents. Various events are held here including weddings and educational programs. Come nightfall the domes halos are illuminated that creates a luminous,spirited show for all who pass by.
The Safe House. This spy motif restaurant will offer a unique dining experience for any secret spy agent. To gain access you must know the password or partake in a physical exercise. The walls are dressed with spy memorabilia and even the food and drink menu are espionage themed.
Harley Davidson Museum. Located on the Milwaukee Riverfront with views of the city’s skyline, this world class museum has over 450 motorcycles and artifacts on display including the Serial Number One, the oldest know Harley Davidson motorcycle. Experience distinctive dining at Motor or a quick refuel at Cafe Racer. Don’t forget to purchase exclusive Harley merchandise at the shop that is not available anywhere else.
Discovery World. A great place to learn more about technology in a creative and innovative way. Inside this 120,000 square foot facility located on the shores of Lake Michigan plunge into the world of water to interact with aquatic sea life from the Great lakes, North Atlantic and Caribbean or visit the Design it! Lab to create various projects to take home. There are even theater shows like Tesla Lives ! where 20 million volts of booming electricity light up the stage and tell the story of inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla and his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system.