- The list below includes 156 free or cheap things to do in or near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, including 74 different types of inexpensive activities like Breweries, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Neighborhoods.
- From Kettle Moraine State Forest to Marquette University, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Milwaukee and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Racine, Waukesha, Cedarburg and Franklin.
Cedars III Bowling Center is a newly renovated bowling center with a classic retro feel. The bowling alley features 14 flat screen TVs for sports viewing, 8 lanes of bowling and a full drink and snack bar.
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N50 W5050 Portland Road, Cedarburg, WI 53012 MoreLess Info
Hand-woven clothes, cloths, and quilts and their histories can be found at the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts. They have a rather vast collection, and their main aim is to preserve and educate.
Fox Run Lanes is a smaller bowling facility that features 16 lanes for open and league bowling on a daily basis. In addtion to having a pro shop and shoe rental, Fox Run also offers a full service bar and snack bar as well.
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built of Kasota limestone, red Streator Brick, tinted stucco and unstained tidewater cypress, Wingspread is a community meeting room. The 14,000 square foot building, a National Historic Landmark, has a large central ceiling and four wings.
Centennial Park is a 23-acre community park that includes a swimming pool, playground, 2 retention ponds, picnic areas with grills, sledding hill, and park path. It also has a gazebo that can accommodate 100 to 150.
The Wind Point Lighthouse was originally designed by Orlando Metcalfe Poe and was first used in 1880. Today, visitors can climb the 11 stories to the top, view the Fog Horn building that has been turned into a museum and gift store, and view the Fuel House.