2221 Washington St.
Grafton, WI 53024
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424 E Wisconsin Ave
The Pfister Hotel, built in 1893 has been the premier downtown Milwaukee hotel for over a century, and continues to celebrate a tradition of gracious service and impeccable style. From the moment you arrive, you’ll notice the extraordinary architecture and a welcoming ambiance marked by a priceless Victorian art collection, which rivals that of any hotel in the world.
500 West Florida Street
The Iron Horse Hotel in Milwaukee is the transformation of a 100-year-old warehouse into a luxurious boutique hotel that delivers an authentic Milwaukee experience. As the industry's first upscale hotel geared for business travelers and motorcycle enthusiasts alike, this Milwaukee hotel meets the distinct needs of both corporate and leisure guests with special services, unparalleled amenities and 100 loft-style guest rooms.
648 North Plankinton Avenue
The Residence Inn of Downtown Milwaukee has a premier downtown location on Milwaukee's RiverWalk. All of the hotel suites come with full kitchens, free wireless Internet and spacious layout. Complimentary breakfast buffet is available daily, as well as a 24-hour fitness center, market and business center.
424 E Wisconsin Ave
230 Old World Third St.
Celebrate your style at Aloft Milwaukee Downtown, steps from the scenic Riverwalk. We're around the corner from NBA action and cool concerts at the Bradley Center—plus close to the Marcus Center's high culture and the city's top dining and brew pubs!
2633 Washington St
The Hampton Inn & Suites Grafton hotel located in "the heart of Ozaukee County". It is a part of the nation's leading chain of quality, value-priced hotels. Here you'll find clean, fresh, comfortable rooms standard with coffee maker, iron and ironing board and free in-room movie channel.
1415 Port Washington Rd
Baymont Inn & Suites Milwaukee / Grafton hotel combines Midwestern charm with a homey setting. They offer comfortable accommodations with a full range of modern conveniences to make your stay memorable. The Grafton hotel has it all, from free continental breakfast to a heated indoor pool and fully-equipped gym for working out while on the road.
135 E Grand Ave
The Holiday Inn Harborview in Port Washington has lakefront property that promises guests scenic views of Lake Michigan and convenient access to Port Washington's top attractions and businesses. Of all the hotels in Port Washington, this location is the one closest to Wisconsin's number one charter fishing ports, which offers fishing tours for all skill levels.
3030 Golf Road
The newly-renovated Holiday Inn Express in Delafield is just 23 miles west of downtown Milwaukee. This hotel is the place to stay for business, leisure or special events. Central location and easy Interstate highway access makes this Holiday Inn the perfect choice for your business or pleasure travel needs.
Milwaukee Art Museum
This museum boasts an extensive collection of nearly 20,000 works, representing such artists as Pablo Picasso, Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol. Arrive before 10:00 a.m. to see the "wings" open or else look for it again around noon, weather permitting.
Home of the Milwaukee Brewers, this state-of-the-art stadium features a fan-shaped convertible roof and four choices of front-row seats for baseball fans.
Lake Front Brewery Tour and Fish Fry
This locally-owned brewery specializes in handmade beers including Riverwest Stein, Eastside Dark, Fixed Gear, Klisch Pilsner and Organic Extra Special Bitters. Friday nights include fish fry and polka music in the palm garden next door.
Henry Maier Festival Park
Situated on the Lake Michigan shore, this park plays host to Milwaukee's sizzling summer circuit of ethnic and music festivals including Summerfest, Festa Italiana, German Fest, Irish Fest and more. Almost any weekend throughout the summer, you will find a festival is taking place at Henry Maier Festival Park.
Milwaukee Public Market
Bursting with unique, high-quality selections of artisan and ethnic products and freshly prepared foods, you’re sure to enjoy shopping the independent merchants of the Milwaukee Public Market. Eat in the Market’s second floor Palm Garden or take your purchases home to be enjoyed. Whatever your taste or craving, the Milwaukee Public Market has something to satisfy your appetite!
Harley-Davidson motorcycles bring heart-thumping adventure, life-changing freedom and a bit of rebellion into the lives of people around the world. But whether you were born to be wild – or mild – makes no difference at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Much more than a nostalgia trip for motorcycle enthusiasts, the Museum offers a glimpse of American history and culture like you’ve never seen it before – through the successes and trials of an iconic American company. Interactive, eye-catching exhibits present an unparalleled collection of legendary stories of our nation’s last century.
Built in 1895 over the ruins of the burned-down Stadt Theater, the Pabst was modeled in the tradition of the grand French opera house. Upon entering the hall's baroque interior, the crystal chandelier twinkles overhead like a thousand diamonds, and the theater exudes romance even in the nosebleed section. The venerable theater hosts chamber orchestras, comedy companies, folk musicians, touring plays, lectures and special benefits.
Just three blocks south of downtown Milwaukee, the Historic Third Ward is known as “Milwaukee’s Arts and Fashion District” and offers the city’s most dynamic array of restaurants, spas, theaters, galleries and unique shopping, all in a historic warehouse setting. The neighborhood is also the home to the award-winning Third Ward Riverwalk and the Milwaukee Public Market.
The zoo houses 1,800 animals and covers an area of 200 acres. It is noted for the first birth of polar bears and siamangs in captivity. The zoo is also home to the largest group of bonobos in one location outside their native Democratic Republic of the Congo and to two of the National Zoo's world-famous cheetahs.
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (The Domes)
The Conservatory's Arid Dome houses a fine collection of cacti; the Tropical Dome features plants from the rainforest and the Floral Show Dome hosts a number of changing themed blossom displays throughout the year.
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Grafton, WI 53024
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