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1200 South Moorland Road, Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
Attractions in Brookfield, Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Things to Do

Milwaukee, Wisconsin is famous for its cheese, its breweries, and a rich heritage that is reflected in its people, its historical monuments, and the city's Major League Baseball team, the Milwaukee Brewers. But there's a great deal more to enjoy when you visit beautiful Milwaukee, WI.
There are many upscale shopping Centers like the brookfield shopping Center, and fine dining to the Wisconsin State Fair and a myriad of interesting museums, galleries, entertainment and outdoor activities, there are more things to see and do in the greater Milwaukee area than you can imagine. Let the Brookfield Suites Hotel and Convention Center be your luxurious and relaxing home base when you visit Milwaukee, and enjoy fabulous accommodations and savings on Milwaukee vacations when you stay at our upscale, all-suites hotel.

Marcus Center for the Performing Arts -

This fabulous performing arts venue is located in Milwaukee's famous theater district and features a wide range of programs and concerts from varied artists including the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, ballet and opera performances, live theater and Broadway hits, and popular cultural festivals. Phone: (414) 273-7121.
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, Brookfield Wisconsin

Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (The Domes) -

This visually stunning conservatory is not just famous for the diverse flora inside. The spectacular glass dome greenhouses are enough to draw thousands of visitors to see these amazing structures and the rich plants that grow within.
The Arid dome features a variety of desert plants, the Tropical Dome transports visitors to a humid jungle, and the Floral Show Dome is the final showpiece at this unique conservatory. Open daily 9am-5pm. Phone: (414) 649-9800

Milwaukee County Zoo -

Home to more than 1,700 animals and over 350 different species of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, and reptiles the Milwaukee County Zoo is an animal enthusiast's paradise. Enjoy a ride on the Safari Train, the carousel, or a live camel, watch zookeepers feed the animals, see a sea lion or bird show, and explore for a whole day of family fun at this unique metropolitan zoo. Phone: (414) 256-5412.

Miller Park -

Home of the Milwaukee Brewers! If you're a baseball fan and you come to Milwaukee any time between April and October, you won't want to miss the chance to take yourself out to the ball park and see our National League franchise in exciting Major League Baseball action.

Miller Brewing Company Visitor Center -

Come take a tour of the Miller brewing plant and see how some of the world's best-known beer is made. Summer tours: (Memorial Day to Labor Day) The Visitor Center and Gift Shop are open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Tours generally run 10:30 am - 4:30 pm. Winter tours: (Labor Day to Memorial Day) The Visitor Center and Gift Shop are open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Tours generally run 10:30 am - 3:30 pm.
Brookfield Pettit National Ice Center, Wisconsin

Pettit National Ice Center -

Milwaukee's Olympic training center for "all things ice." Speed skating, figure skating, hockey, and much more. Open for public skating Tuesday through Friday. (Hours: Monday: 11am - 1pm, Tuesday 11am - 1pm, Wednesday 11am - 1pm, Thursday 11am - 1pm, 7:10 - 9pm, Friday: 11am - 1pm, Saturday & Sunday: 1pm - 5pm.) Phone: (414) 266-0100

Betty Brinn Children's Museum -

Named for Betty Brinn, a Milwaukee businesswoman who dedicated much of her life to helping underprivileged children, the museum, which opened in 1995, features exhibits and educational resources aimed at promoting the healthy development of children in their formative years. Hours and Fees: Tuesday-Saturday 9am - 5pm Sunday Noon - 5pm Open Mondays (June-August) 9am - 5pm Adults & children age 1 and older $6 Seniors (age 55 and older) $5 Children younger than 1 year FREE Members FREE. Phone: (414) 390-KIDS

Milwaukee Public Museum -

Always something fascinating going on! Upcoming exhibits include "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition" opening in October. Currently on exhibit is "Thinking Outside The Treasure Chest," which explores the different meanings of "treasure." Bring the family and have some highly-informative fun. Phone: 414-278-2702

Brookfield Hills Golf Course -

Bring your golf clubs when you come stay with us, and enjoy excellent golf right on our doorstep! Phone: (262) 782-0885.
Cruise Lake Michigan, Wisconsin

Cruise Lake Michigan -

A relaxing boat tour on Lake Michigan is a great way to enjoy one of our finest attractions. Companies that schedule Lake Michigan cruises include Edelweiss Cruises (414) 272-3625, and River Walk Boat Tours 283-9999. For truly adventurous souls who want to get down into the water, there is Pirate's Cove Diving (414) 482-1430, which arranges diving charters to Lake Michigan shipwrecks.

Milwaukee Accommodations -

Relax and enjoy the comfort of our superior all-suite hotel when you visit Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our fabulous guestrooms feature a wide range of upscale amenities designed to help you enjoy your vacation, business trip, or weekend getaway in Milwaukee. See the sites of this fabulous city, then unwind in your elegant guestroom that is just minutes from the top visitor attractions, shopping, dining, and other things to do in Milwaukee.
Brookfield Suites Hotel & Convention Center - Wisconsin (WI) Located at
1200 South Moorland Road, Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
Phone: 262-782-2900 | Fax: 262-290-4882
Email: info@brookfieldsuiteshotel.com
http://www.brookfieldsuiteshotel.com/