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1. Milwaukee Art Museum: Located right on the lake and is a major attraction for Milwaukee. The building was designed by the world-renown S...
2. Usinger's: Usinger's is a nationally known family owned sausage maker. They specialize in old world styles of sausages. Locate...
3. Betty Brinn Children's Museum: This awesome museum downtown provides tons of interactive and hands-on activities for kids that are both educationa...  
4. Bradley Center: This huge arena hosts the Milwaukee Bucks, Marquette basketball, Admiral Hockey, and large music events.  
5. Riverside Theater: This music-venue and historical landmark hosts awesome bands, but ones that wouldn't fill one of the bigger stadium...
6. Midwest Airlines Center: A Milwaukee convention center that hosts both businesses and concert events.  
7. Mitchell Domes: (noun) Also known as The Domes; formally titled the Mitchell Park Conservatory. Possibly Milwaukee's best known par...  
8. Milwaukee County Court House
9. Milwaukee Public Library
10. Pfister Hotel: Opened on May 1, 1893, the Pfister is a premier downtown Milwaukee hotel. The hotel is a Victorian masterpiece with...  
11. St. Joan of Arc Chapel: Located at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, St. Joan of Arc Chapel was originally built in France and ...  
12. Pabst, The: When someone from Milwaukee refers to "The Pabst", they are generally referring to the Pabst Theater, rather than t...  
13. Calatrava: Nickname for the Milwaukee Art Museum building. The new wing of the museum, designed by Santiago Calatrava, made s...  
14. Upper: An upper usually describes the apartment located on the second floor of a duplex.  
15. Lower: Lower usually describes the apartment located on the first floor of a duplex.  
 
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