- 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.
Rodizio Grill Milwaukee Milwaukee MoreLess Info
Rodizio gauchos cut slices of rotisserie-grilled meats from skewers table-side, filling plates with steak, chicken, and pork
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209 Merchants Avenue, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 MoreLess Info
Supplying the community with books and computers, Dwight Foster Public Library offers a variety of activities for seniors and school children. There are weekly book discussions and a Lego club.
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407 Merchants Avenue, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 MoreLess Info
This museum highlights the history of the Sauk Warrior, Black Hawk Tribe, and Black Hawk War of 1832, along with military details on Abraham Lincoln, and the history of Fort Atkins. William Dempster Hoard, the father of dairy is also represented. There are also 5 gardens to explore.
Featuring ingredients and beers produced locally in Wisconsin, Paddy Coughlin's Pub offers visitors live music and dinner with a special gluten free menu. The pub has a meeting room upstairs that visitors can rent free of charge.
Located among the Shops at Prudential Center, the Belvidere Arcade features a variety of contemporary and classic coin-operated video games dating back to the 1970s and 80s. Games offered include Centipede and Ms Pac-man.
Visitors can participate in a tournament, join a league, or simply enjoy recreational bowling at Maple Lanes Funplex. On Friday nights, the bowling alley hosts Rock'n'Glow bowling with neon lights and glow in the dark pins.
River Wildlife is a sanctuary and wilderness escape that combines luxurious cabin accommodations with outdoor sports and nature viewing. Activities offered include hunting, skeet shooting, fishing, snow shoeing, and horseback riding.
This is a residential and ceremonial village that was inhabited between 900AD and 1200AD. There's a self-guided tour with informational signs as visitors explore the village. Near the picnic area, parking lot and restrooms there is a manually operated informational narration.