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Cheap Flights to Milwaukee
Of all the cities in the state of Wisconsin, none is larger than Milwaukee. The city is located on the picturesque shores of Lake Michigan, one of the five Great Lakes of North America and derives its name from the native Algonquian word ‘millioke,’ meaning ‘beautiful.’ With a population of almost 600 000, the city is bustling with excitement, while also offering many historical attractions that are sure to have travelers transported to another world.
Attractions in Milwaukee
Harley-Davidson Museum - If you’re under the impression that this is just your average museum experience, think again. The Harley-Davidson Museum celebrates more than 100 years of motorcycle history through a variety of interactive exhibits.
Milwaukee Art Museum - The very sight of this museum is like something from another world with its ultra-modern design. The exhibit contains close to 25,000 individual art pieces, making the Milwaukee Art Museum one of the biggest exhibitions in America.
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory - If you want your mind blown, you simply have to pay a visit to this unique attraction. The conservatory consists of three gigantic, beehive-shaped glass domes and houses three very different displays: a tropical jungle, a desert oasis, and a breathtakingly beautiful floral garden.
Milwaukee County Zoo - This awe-inspiring, 200-acre park is home to more than 3 100 mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians and birds, and is known as one of the finest zoological attractions in the United States. Here you will be educated, inspired and entertained.
Shopping and Restaurants
Dining - Julia Child famously selected Sanford D’Amato, a Milwaukee chef, to prepare the food for her 80th birthday, thereby affirming the city’s highly-regarded food scene. Visitors of Milwaukee can expect a great variety of ethnic cuisines, including French, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Indian and Italian.
Shopping - If shopping and the exploration of local markets and boutiques are your thing, you will find that Milwaukee has everything you could possibly look for, from quaint artisan exhibitions to shopping malls with some of the most popular retailers.
Due to the sheer size of the city and the amount of popular attractions, you will need to plan your trip to Milwaukee very meticulously. At Visit Milwaukee you can request and download an official visitor’s guide to help you navigate your way through the city successfully.
Flights to Milwaukee
Seeing as Milwaukee has two airports, travelling to and from this historic city is very convenient with double the amount of international and domestic flights. General Mitchell International Airport is situated just 8 kilometres from the city centre and offers a wide selection of shops and restaurants.
The second airport, Lawrence J Timmerman Airport, is owned by Milwaukee County and serves many business and private travellers. Of the two airports, General Mitchell International Airport is the biggest and offers the most commercial options.
More information on Milwaukee
City Home - The official website of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, contains a well of information that all travellers can benefit from. The visitors’ section provides an alphabetical list of everything the city has to offer.
Visit Milwaukee - Here you will find everything you need to know when planning your visit to Milwaukee.
Milwaukee Travel Guide - A user-friendly website that offers a more informal and colourful look at all the attractions the city has to offer.