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Milwaukee Sightseeing City Tour

From US$40.00
Highlights
  • Milwaukee city sightseeing tour by foot and by bus
  • Discover what makes Milwaukee a great city for visitors and local alike
  • Pick up fun facts and little-known stories as you visit top Milwaukee sights
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Milwaukee Sightseeing City Tour
From US$40.00
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10:00am DepartureMost Popular
Tap into Milwaukee's famous attractions and history as well as other sights you may not have known existed.
US$40.00
1:30pm Departure
Tap into Milwaukee's famous attractions and history as well as other sights you may not have known existed.
US$40.00
Overview
Without a guided tour, you're more likely to miss the fascinating stories and wide variety of landmarks that make Milwaukee a surprise hit with visitors. This guided tour takes you on a walking and driving tour of top Milwaukee attractions, including City Hall and the Milwaukee Art Museum, in addition to fun trips to a creamery and a brewery. Plus, because this is a small-group tour, your have plenty of opportunities to chat with your guide and ask questions.
What to Expect
Your tour begins when you meet your guide and your group in front of City Hall, an easy-to-find landmark in the middle of downtown Milwaukee. Take a short walk to the Pabst Theater, named for Milwaukee's historic hometown hero of beer, and then board a bus for the driving portion of the tour.

Chat with your guide and listen to little-known tales from Milwaukee's past as you drive through the trendy East Side neighborhood, past the Milwaukee Museum Mile, and along the shores of Lake Michigan. Along the way, stop to stretch your legs at Lake Park and the North Point Lighthouse, briefly admire the Milwaukee Art Museum, and sample famous Wisconsin cheeses at the Clock Shadow Creamery.

Your final stop is a private tour of the Lakefront Brewery—a souvenir bottle-opener keychain or pint glass is included.

Return to City Hall at the end of your tour.
Reviews (279)
1 - 5 of 148 reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago
A journey of discovery in Milwaukee

We have been to MIlwaukee before but this tour really gave us a better idea of what a great city Milwaukee is, helped us get our bearings and the two stops for cheese and beer were a welcome distraction!

Thank Backfixer
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great tour

Had a great time. Very informative and never got dull. Mike was our guide and he was awesome. If you havent done a tour be sure to put this one on your list.

Thank DavidB17693
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great tour! Wish they would time it to be at the Art Museum when the wings open!

Very informational. Great tour guide. Accommodating for handicaps. Took us to some beautiful areas. Would like to have had more time at the cheese shop, and maybe been offered more variety. Learned a lot and saw areas that I would not have seen if I...More

Thank hoosiers93
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great overview of Milwaukee.

We really enjoyed our 3-hour mini-bus tour with our tour guide Mike. He seemed to love Milwaukee and appeared to want to share it with us. Some guides are so rote in their delivery, the information seems to bore them. Not Mike. We enjoyed the...More

1  Thank Sharon G
Reviewed 10 September 2018
Untapped Tours City Tour is a must do!

This was our first time in Milwaukee so we picked this tour and it was so worth it - a must do! Mike knows Milwaukee and takes you to all the key spots plus he is funny and can provide tips on other things to...More

1  Thank Tomblin
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pmnadler
25 July 2018|
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Response from Mike A | Property representative |
Yes, the tour visits Lakefront Brewery for a tour and beer samples on all Sunday’s. Unfortunately the Clock Shadow Creamery is closed on Sunday’s. As a substitute their cheese is brought on the bus to sample and another... More
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tonyteachturner
14 July 2018|
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Response from Diane B | Reviewed this property |
I don't know - I think you could email the company and ask. Most places offer 10% I think... it's worth the money :) Hope you get to go!
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Verna F
7 July 2018|
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Response from Diane B | Reviewed this property |
The one we took did not... but we went right by it - so you could easily find your way back to the museum.
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