Week of Tours and Events
Discover the design concepts used to create the RiverWalk’s path and enjoy sculptures dotting the landscape. This tour also highlights the architecturally significant buildings that flank the Milwaukee River.
From Tudors to Frank Lloyd Wright, see the impressive mansions of the North Point Neighborhood! The area is known for its intact early twentieth century architecture and historical importance.
Learn about the area’s early immigrant settlers and explore the warehouses that once housed a diverse group of industries. Today, the area is home to trend-setting businesses. Starting location: Historic Milwaukee, Inc. Ending location: Milwaukee Public Market
Explore Milwaukee’s distant and more recent past while enjoying a smooth ride on the new Hop streetcar. From historic commercial architecture to mid-century urbanism and highway building, this tour will explore the threads of development that have led to the installation of the streetcar as well as additional growth in Downtown. The tour is handicap…
Explore downtown west of the Milwaukee River including theaters, civic and commercial buildings along N. Water Street and N. Broadway.
This East Side neighborhood, with its Polish and Italian working class communities, briefly became Milwaukee’s counter-culture stronghold in the 60’s and 70’s.
Learn how Bay View began with a patchwork of industry and diverse group of immigrants and grew to the charming neighborhood you see today.