Things to do in Milwaukee in Spring

Things to do in Milwaukee in Spring

 

It’s time to put the winter clothes away and welcome Spring! There are many different things to do and enjoy in Milwaukee with the appearance of the sun. Whether you enjoy family outings, science, pop culture, sports, or arts and theater, there is something available for everyone in Milwaukee.

 

For all of you baseball fans, need we say more than Opening Day? You can head on over to Miller Park to watch the Milwaukee Brewers start their newest season. You can either bring the kids, bring a date, or just head on over by yourself to immerse yourself into 9 innings of Major League Baseball. Discounts on parking are available by purchasing online prior to Game Day. All park information can be found at http://milwaukee.brewers.mlb.com/mil/ballpark/
For the chocolate lovers, the ChocolateFest is something that should not be missed. It is located just outside of Milwaukee in Burlington. From May 27th until May 30th, you can enjoy the Chocolate Tent, ChocolateFest Fireworks, the Rotary Club Carnival, and the Chocolate City Bike Ride. Adults and kids can enjoy the chocolate eating contest, the cookie decorating seminar, and watching local and celebrity chefs go head to head in a battle of who is best with chocolate. Ticket prices are available online at http://www.chocolatefest.com/ticketing/ with children 4 and under free!
If you are fascinated by robotics then you will definitely not want to miss National Robotics Week at Discovery World. Step onto the Promenade and feel as though you’ve stepped into the robots of the future. You can surround yourself with the engineers who bring you all of the robots in the entertainment industry as well as the automation for businesses. For information, see http://www.discoveryworld.org/.

 

If your tastes lean more toward the theater and arts, you can go out and enjoy a production of Peter Pan at the Fireside Dinner Theater in Milwaukee. Don’t let the distance between Milwaukee and Orlando be a reason not to enjoy JM Barrie’s classical tale of a young boy who refuses to grow up. Enjoy a night at the theater while getting lost in the songs that you grew up with. For ticket information you can visit https://www.firesidetheatre.com/2016-Season/Peter-Pan.
Get to really know Milwaukee by taking one of the Milwaukee City Tours. With only a small group of 14 participants, you will get to see the real Milwaukee. Your taste buds can enjoy fresh cheese samples from a local creamery as well as sampling at a local brewery. For more information, you can visit http://www.untappedtours.com/.

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