- Our list of the best things to do in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, features the top 195 nearby activities — including 96 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Milwaukee, WI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 34 things to do within the city of Milwaukee, WI , followed by 162 popular activities in nearby cities, including Racine, Waukesha, Cedarburg, Franklin, Port Washington, Brookfield, Oak Creek, Wauwatosa, New Berlin, Mequon, Menomonee Falls, La Crosse and Glendale
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.
80% 5 votes
631 Lakehurst Road, Waukegan, IL 60085 MoreLess Info
Brunswick Zone - Fountain Square is a bowling alley and arcade. The bowling alley features 32 lanes, 2 billiards tables, arcade games, a lounge, and a snack bar. Brunswick Zone is also venue to several bowling leagues.
Known for it's world class sporting clay range, Northbrook Sports Club offers trapshooting, skeet shooting, and a pro shop to its members. The range plays host to the World FITASC Sporting Championship competition.
This dinner theater offers a full schedule of well-known performances, along with a ten gift and specialty shops, Friday Fish Fry, and Christian concerts. The dinner menu is upscale, and dinner only reservations are available on Friday and Saturday nights.
90% 10 votes
164 Hawley Street, Grayslake, IL 60030 MoreLess Info
Housed in a building that incorporates the old Village Hall, the Grayslake Heritage Center and Museum features historical exhibits, a classroom, community room, and archives and collections storage. Their centerpiece presentation is called 'Embracing Change: The Growth of Grayslake'.
Locally owned and operated, Sheboygan's Lakeshore Lanes is a bowling alley and indoor recreation center. It offers 24 lanes of bowling with automatic scoring, and features a banquet hall that can be rented out for special occasions.
Grayslake Historical Society was founded in 1976 and is dedicated to promoting and preserving the Village of Grayslake's pioneering history. The Society showcases an array of exhibits and features a Museum that has various collections and artifacts.
The historic Panther Intaglio is an outdoor museum that is known for being on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum is dedicated to several Native American intaglios that existed in the area in the past.
56% 9 votes
10 N. Lake Street Unit 107, Grayslake, IL 60030 MoreLess Info
Named after the light that signals a goal in hockey, Light the Lamp Brewery features six beers named with a hockey theme. Visitors can buy and drink beer and check out the hockey memorabilia located inside.