A History of Deep Ethnic Roots
Five different Native American tribes were the first to inhabit the land, drawn to the area for its rich vegetation and location at the intersection of three rivers and Lake Michigan. In the late 17th and 18th centuries, French fur traders and missionaries established trading posts in the city. They were followed by waves of European immigrants, notably the German, English, Irish, Italian, and Polish. African Americans began inhabiting the city in the mid-1800s, followed by Hispanic, Asian, and Middle Eastern immigrants in the mid-1900s.
Today, you can see a variety of cultures in Milwaukee coming together to form a beautifully diverse community. From German festivals to Aztec dances to Native American pow wows, you can immerse yourself in the rich history of this city and appreciate the various cultural contributions that have shaped it over time.
The City of Festivals
Once you visit, it’s easy to see why Milwaukee is coined the ‘city of festivals’. The 75-acre lakefront Henry Maier Festival Park hosts a variety of festivals all year long. From Summerfest, the world’s largest music festival, to cultural gatherings such as Polish Fest, Festa Italiana, German Fest, Irish Fest, and so much more.
Admire the local artistry at events such as the Lakefront Festival of Art and the Locust Street Festival of Music and Art. Besides large-scale planned festivals, you can enjoy local community gatherings with delicious street foods, unique music, dancing, and other fun activities. Whether it’s spring, summer, autumn, or winter, there’s always something to do.
The City That Beer Built
People have been brewing beers in Milwaukee before it even became an official territory. Home of brewing giant Miller Brewing, it attracts thousands of beer-lovers each year. Take a brewery tour (or two), explore the historic Pabst Mansion, and learn how beer is made – the old fashioned way! From household names to microbrews, take an individual tour or hop on a tour bus for a guided expedition through multiple breweries. After all, this is Brew City!
Taste The World
Visit Milwaukee and travel the world by way of palate without having to leave! From ethnic cuisines to farm-to-table destinations, your tastebuds will never get bored. Visit the city where bloody marys are topped with everything from mini-burgers to lobster claws to sushi rolls. Where kielbasa comes out of a smoker, not a package. Where seasonal and hand-crafted are household terms. Perhaps the most humbling part of Milwaukee is its local food-making community. Get a taste of freshly made artisan chocolates, ice creams, cheese curds, brats, and so much more. All sustainable. All delicious.
The city’s climate is heavily influenced by nearby Lake Michigan, insulating the city from the cold during winter months as well as keeping it cool during summer months. Enjoy wintry outdoor activities such as sledding, ice skating, and strolling along the gorgeous icy lakefront. Take a walk on the wild side and check out our Harley-Davidson Museum! On the other hand, summer and spring months are perfect for water activities such as kayaking, paddleboarding, water skiing, and berry picking. In addition, tourists love visiting the Boerner Botanical Garden and the North Point Lighthouse!
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