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Milwaukee is also known as the City of Festivals and invites you to experience the traditions and customs of different cultures with authentic food, entertainment and exhibits at over a dozen year-round ethnic festivals.
Milwaukee's historical fabric is woven into its many diverse neighborhoods. These neighborhoods retain their historic charm and traditions of yesterday, while reinventing themselves for today.
Neighborhoods offer something for everyone. Historic Brady Street, one of Milwaukee’s trendiest neighborhoods, has eclectic shopping. The Historic Third Ward is filled with historical ambiance and architecture.
When you are looking for local establishments check out the great list at http://www.milwaukeesbest.org. Its an annual list of Milwaukee's favorite establishments as chosen by local consumers. The list will get you to the places that are the most fun, capture the local color, and provide the best value for the dollar.
Old World Third Street is a favorite with its strong German heritage, cobblestone streets and specialty shops. Historic King Drive offers a distinct cultural flavor with key sites like America’s Black Holocaust Museum.
Milwaukee's neighborhoods reflect the treasures of the city’s past and the best of the future.
As one of the top cities in the nation for donations raised per capita for the arts, Milwaukee offers audiences the world’s most acclaimed performers and visual artists. From the symphony, ballet and opera to Broadway shows, theater, and rows of galleries, Milwaukee's arts scene is vibrant.
Sports enthusiasts will find the Genuine American City a haven for spectator sports. From professional basketball to amateur baseball, sports fans have something to cheer about. Milwaukee is home to Major League Baseball’s Milwaukee Brewers. The Bradley Center is the place to be for professional and collegiate basketball, professional hockey and soccer. The Pettit National Ice Center, an official U.S. Olympic training site, the only facility of its kind in the Midwest, is also located in Milwaukee. Home of 16 county courses, over 55 public courses and 10 private clubs, Greater Milwaukee has a rich golf tradition. Sports fans can cheer on amateur and semi-professional baseball and softball at any one of the 26 diamonds found throughout Milwaukee County during summer and weekend tournaments.
All of these components combine to secure Milwaukee’s place among premier destinations. From world-class performing arts and ethnic festivals to historic neighborhoods, sports and annual events, Milwaukee is a must-see city.
Part or or all of this text stems from the original article at: http://www.milwaukeesbest.org
March 28, 2004 change by giorgio