Milwaukee is a city of more than 600,000 people in southeastern Wisconsin. It's known for its breweries and its lakefront, but there's plenty more to do here than drink beer and walk along the lakefront.
Museums like the Milwaukee Art Museum or Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin have great collections as well as fun activities for kids on weekends; your options don't end there though - there's drama at Milwaukee Repertory Theater or comedy at Punch Line Comedy Club (both located downtown), local music venues like Shank Hall and Riverwest Public House make it easy to find something new to try out every weekend (or just stop by these places after work).
Old World Third Street: This is Milwaukee's oldest neighborhood and consists of cobblestone streets and old buildings. There are lots of shops, restaurants, and bars that are worth checking out if you want to get a feel for the city's past.
East Side: This neighborhood has a lively nightlife scene along Brady Street with plenty of hipster hangouts to check out.
Walker's Point: This is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Milwaukee for its great restaurant scene and proximity to downtown attractions like Miller Park Stadium (home stadium for the Milwaukee Brewers), Cathedral Square Park (where art fairs take place every year), and more!