Miller Park#8 in Best Things To Do in Milwaukee
Miller Park, which sits about 3 miles west of the Harley-Davidson Museum and 5 miles southwest of downtown, is home to Major League Baseball's Milwaukee Brewers. Although the Brewers may not have the greatest game record, they are certainly beloved by their fans. And whether you're a long-time fan or a first-time spectator, you'll enjoy taking in a game beneath the stadium's retractable roof, which is the only fan-shaped convertible roof in North America. (Thanks to this unique roof, you'll never have to worry about inclement weather, which is a huge perk to many visitors.)
Inside the stadium, visitors will find ATMs, restrooms, phone charging stations, merchandise stalls and food vendors scattered throughout the complex. There are also several all-inclusive areas for larger parties and celebrations during Brewers games.
But if you're not into baseball, no worries. This stadium also hosts tons of special events, such as the Brewers Mini-Marathon, the Field of Sweet Dreams camping party and an array of concerts. Stadium tours, which start at $15 for adults and $10 for kids ages 3 to 12, are also offered on days when there are no scheduled events or home games.
Outside of tours, there are no standard rates for games and events. However, many previous visitors said ticket prices here are reasonable, ranging from $10 to $110. And for parking, options start at $15 to $20 depending on the day, but if you buy in advance you'll pay just $12 to $13 per vehicle. For more information about stadium hours, ticketing and other inquiries, visit Miller Park's website.
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#1 Harley-Davidson Museum
Whether you're a diehard biker or someone who just happens to be in the area, many visitors say the Harley-Davidson Museum is worth exploring. Spread across 20 acres of prime Milwaukee riverfront property, the Harley-Davidson Museum continuously wows travelers with its 11 permanent exhibits and rotating special exhibits, including a recovered motorcycle from a tsunami that devastated Japan in 2011. Some permanent exhibits include a an engine room and an extensive motorcycle gallery that showcases the evolution of the company's bikes.
For those interested in the nitty-gritty of Harley bikes and history, consider paying an additional $4 per person for an audio headset. Prior visitors said the in-depth narration provided a superb detailed description of everything in the museum. (But if you don't feel like paying extra for a headset, the written explanations provided at each exhibit offer a wealth of excellent context, so you'll still learn plenty, according to previous travelers.)
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