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Milwaukee is the biggest metropolis in the US state of Wisconsin and the fifth-largest city in the Midwest. It's famous for its breweries, several of which provide tours that detail its history in the beer business. The Harley-Davidson Museum, which overlooks the Menomonee River, has vintage motorbikes, including Elvis Presley. The Milwaukee Public Museum, with its large-scale European Village and reconstruction of historic Milwaukee, is nearby. This city is ideal for anybody interested in modern-day living in the Midwestern United States. It has walkable streets, distinctive neighborhoods with charm, and is located where three rivers converge and on the beaches of Lake Michigan.
Milwaukee is a blend of old and modern, preserving – and celebrating – its ancient German origins while making space for contemporary retail and dining, as well as an excellent beer culture. Everything an urbanite could desire in terms of outdoor leisure is in abundance here. Stay for Summerfest, the world's biggest outdoor music event, or come for ice skating and city carriage excursions in the winter. Milwaukee is an accessible, budget-friendly city with lots of year-round cultures and natural splendor to explore.