If drinking beer, bowling and eating custard sounds like the quintessential way to explore Brew City, Badger Bus Tours has the experience for you.
Offered by City Tours MKE, Cruising Karaoke tours allow up to five friends to cart around Milwaukee in a "cruiser" while singing into a mic.
This long-standing establishment continues to prove its worth as the best brewery tour in Milwaukee.
It is necessary as a Wisconsin resident to own a cheesehead; why not go to the Original Cheesehead Factory for a tour? That's also the place, completely open to the public, where the silliest hats and lots of other gear and knickknacks are sold. After a trip here, you can call yourself an official cheesehead.
The volunteer-led Jane's Walk MKE returns to the streets of Milwaukee's neighborhoods in May with a series of more than 20 community-led tours of all stripes.
There's a distillery and tasting room in town where you've likely never been. And, if you have, you're part of a fairly exclusive group who have discovered one of Milwaukee's best kept secrets. Read on and learn more about Twisted Path Distillery and Dock18 Cocktail Lab.
After five years of running a successful walking tour business called Gothic Milwaukee, Anna Lardinois created a self-guided Downtown walking tour.
Ever want to turn your love for Milwaukee into a career? Well, Heidi Dressler did just that. After taking a bike tour in Munich, Dressler - born and raised in Milwaukee - found the seed of a idea planted in her head: Spirit Bike Milwaukee.
Paul Hepp will launch his new brewery-and history-tours-by-bus business that's simply called Fun Beer Tours on Friday, May 20. Hepp says Fun Beer Tours is a mix of his two passions: craft beer and local brewery history.
Occasionally I like to compare the two main components of attending Doors Open Milwaukee to food, probably because I like both almost equally. Sometimes when you are on the go, something light and quick is just what you are looking for. But what about those times when you want to slow down, relax and take in something with a little more substance? This is where the second component of Doors Open comes into play: the in-depth tour.
Brian "Blaze" Blazel moved to Milwaukee from Eau Claire to study mechanical engineering at the Milwaukee School of Engineering, but enthusiastically changed directions when he was offered a job as a brewer at Milwaukee Brewing Co. Last summer, Central Standard Craft Distillery - a micro still and tasting room in Walker's Point - rented space in Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s building and hired Blazel as a distiller.
Recently, we went on a behind-the-scenes tour at KeyLime Cove in Gurnee, Ill., and learned all sorts of fun factoids.
Doors Open Milwaukee returns for its second year on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 22-23, throwing open the doors to dozens of Milwaukee buildings to allow the public to glimpse rarely seen spaces.
Want to see the spook-tacular side of Milwaukee? Gothic Milwaukee offers two different walking ghost tours, both led by lifelong Milwaukeean Anna Lardinois.
Flashing lights, big illuminated buttons, beeps and massive carts of letters mechanically dumping over. Who knew a tour of the post office's processing facility could be so exciting and educational?