Hang at our Historic Third Ward Milwaukee hotel
Known for its artistic influence, the Historic Third Ward houses more than 20 galleries and art studios, the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, and one very important art-rich hotel: Kimpton Journeyman Hotel, of course! The turn-of-the-century buildings of the neighborhood are now filled with boutiques, brewers, and eateries galore. This is also where you’ll find Henry Maier Festival Park, the location of world-renowned Summerfest and a whole slew of cultural festivals and events, and the Milwaukee Public Market, recognized as one of the best in the country by Frommer’s thanks to its specialty food purveyors. In short, this little neighborhood is big on historical significance and activities.
Bustling brewpubs, hip shops, elegant theaters, and plenty of Midwestern charm mark downtown Milwaukee, where there’s always something to see and do.
American Family Field + Fiserv Forum
Sports fans of all stripes will find plenty to cheer about in Milwaukee, where American Family Field (home of the Milwaukee Brewers) and Fiserv Forum (site of the Milwaukee Bucks) anchor the athletic facilities.
Milwaukee County Zoo
It’s a jungle out there — and that’s the fun of it! Visit the Milwaukee County Zoo, an impressive spot to see lions, tigers, and bears (oh my), plus peacocks, kangaroos, elephants, and much more.
Milwaukee lives up to it's name as the "City of Festivals" with up to 50 festivals around the city from June through October. We've compiled our favorites plus a full 2020 list making it easy to locate one to attend during your visit.
Milwaukee Art Museums
For art aficionados, the Milwaukee Art Museum consists of more than 32,000 collections of paintings, photography, installations and more. You can also enjoy interactive experiences at the children’s museum.