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Milwaukee, WI Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 55
Total Sleeping Rooms 8,281
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 729
Committable Meeting Rooms* 28
Convention Center Space 188,695 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 188,695 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 37,506 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $119
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $64
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $176
*Maximum for a single hotel

Milwaukee, WI Things to Do and Attractions

Milwaukee Art Museum

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The arts take flight at Wisconsin's premier arts institution. Known for its striking architecture on the shore of Lake Michigan and named "Sexiest Building on the Planet," the Milwaukee Art Museum's 2001 expansion was designed by renowned architect

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Harley-Davidson Museum

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Convention attendees thrill to the roar of motorcycles at the world's only Harley-Davidson Museum, where indoor and outdoor spaces accommodate groups of up to 15,000. Located on 20 lush acres overlooking the Menomonee River and housed in stunning

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Discovery World

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A wonderland of cutting-edge exhibits and aquatic adventure awaits visitors on Milwaukee's waterfront. Discovery World is set in an architecturally stunning modernist building overlooking Lake Michigan, and sparks the imagination with 120,000 square

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Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

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One of the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art gambling properties in the Midwest, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino significantly raised the stakes when its new $150 million, 381-room hotel opened in September of 2014.

Along with the excitement of 100

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Milwaukee Public Market

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From seafood to locally grown organic produce, the Milwaukee Public Market has been named one of the Top Indoor Markets by Frommer's, and features vendors selling everything from ethnic and specialty foods, bread and baked goods to flowers, wine and

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Milwaukee Public Museum

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Founded in 1882, this world-renowned natural history museum in downtown Milwaukee features more than six million artifacts and specimens throughout its 150,000 square feet of exhibit space. Themed galleries range from human history and anthropology

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Milwaukee County Zoo

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One of the finest zoos in the country featuring more than 2,275 animals from 350 species of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles, the Milwaukee County Zoo is located on 200 acres of lush, green parkland and attracts more than 1.3 million

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Mitchell Park Horticulture Conservatory

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A peaceful oasis known affectionately as "The Domes," the Mitchell Park Horticulture Conservatory features three bee-hived shaped 85-foot-high glass domes. The Arid Dome contains one of the world's finest collections of cacti,

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Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion

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Dating back to 1892, the Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion is hailed as the "Finest Flemish Renaissance Revival Mansion in America." Located in downtown Milwaukee, the Mansion is the former home of brewing magnate, sea captain,

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Grohmann Museum

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One of the most unique museums in the city, the fascinating Grohmann Museum houses the 800 European and American paintings and sculptures (17-20th c.) in the Man at Work Art Collection, the world's most comprehensive collection documenting the

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Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum

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Overlooking beautiful Lake Michigan on Milwaukee's east side, the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum was designed and built in the style of an Italian Renaissance villa by architect David Adler in 1923. The museum features fine and decorative

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Milwaukee for Foodies

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Rejoice! From ethnic specialties to farm-to-table food to James Beard award winners, you'll find a way to indulge your passion for amazing flavor, local ingredients and culinary creativity.

  • Emerging Walker's Point. In January 2014, the New York
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Mader's Restaurant

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No trip to the city would be complete without a taste of Old Milwaukee from the award-winning Mader's Restaurant. A Milwaukee institution since 1902, Mader's Restaurant serves up home cooked traditional German fare in a welcoming Old World

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Lakefront Palm Garden Fish Fry

Dating all the way back to the late 1800s, the Friday night fish fry is a beloved Milwaukee institution. Extremely popular among the locals, some form of Friday night fish fry is served in just about every restaurant in Milwaukee including the

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Bartolotta's Lake Park Bistro

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Recognized as Milwaukee's premier restaurant for fine French cuisine, Bartolotta's Lake Park Bistro doesn't disappoint: its historic setting, sweeping lake views and an exquisite menu are highlighted by authentic French cooking styles and fresh

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Milwaukee RiverWalk

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Visitors to Milwaukee should take time out for a leisurely stroll down the Milwaukee RiverWalk, included on the list of "Top Ten Great Public Spaces" by the American Planning Association in October 2011. Winding alongside the Milwaukee

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Boat Tours

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Excursions by boat beckon along the picturesque Milwaukee River with several cruise lines offering narrated sightseeing tours, lunches and dinners, cocktail cruises and late-night party cruises. The boats travel through the downtown area and out onto

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Milwaukee Neighborhoods

The revitalization of the Historic Third Ward, a turn-of-the-century warehouse and manufacturing district, has earned it comparisons to New York's trendy SoHo neighborhood. Home to the Milwaukee Public Market and a burgeoning restaurant and

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Summerfest and the Ethnic Festivals

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Milwaukee’s line-up of ethnic and music festivals has the city dancing on tabletops all summer long. Known as the “City of Festivals,” Milwaukee lives up to its name with ten fun-filled festivals in downtown parks and at the

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Miller Brewery Tour

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No trip to the "Brew City" would be complete without a taste of what made Milwaukee great. Visitors to the Miller Brewery Tour, America's oldest major brewery (now part of MillerCoors), will get an in-depth look at the brew house and

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Colectivo on the Lake

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Located across from the McKinley Marina on Lake Michigan, the historic Milwaukee River Flushing Station is now home to Colectivo on the Lake. Built in 1888 in the city's signature "cream city brick", Colectivo is a locally owned coffee

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