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Brumder Mansion Bed and Breakfast

Large, luxurious whirlpool rooms with fireplaces.
Very close to Milwaukee's attactions.

Rooms Starting at Only $120
Romantic Room Specials
Milwaukee Entertainment
inn-hotel The Brumder Hosts
• Tom And Julie Owners
Close to Attractions
• Minutes to activities
• List of many Attractions
Breakfast & Amenities
• Romantic Room Specials
• Dining room breakfast
• Oak fireplaces & woodwork
The Suites
• The spacious master suite
    features 3 rooms

• Oak fireplaces & woodwork
Oktoberfest Milwaukee
Celebration of America's most German city
Miller Brewery Tour
Free guided tour
- the history and brewing process
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center
environmental and preservation sanctuary
Edelweiss Cruise Dining
Something for every occasion, budget & appetite
Boerner Botanical Gardens
1000 acres of woody plants from around the world
Harley Davidson Museum
and Factory Tour
Milwaukee County Zoo
2,000 mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles
Mitchell Park Horticultur (The Domes)
desert oasis, a tropical jungle & floral gardens
Henry Maier Festival Grounds
The physical grounds of the Park are pretty unique to Milwaukee. The Summerfest is The World's Largest Music Festival with 11-day's music. Partial list of the festivals... PrideFest, Irish Fest, Polish Fest, The Pabst Showcase, Indian Summer Festival, African World Festival, and the Irish Theatre Festival.
Miller Park
Take photos with your favorite Brewers players and coaches, enjoy Hot Stove discussions and ... Experience the magnificence of Miller Park while enjoying an exclusive tour. ... A fun & easy outing awaits your whole group at Miller Park!
attractions-milwaukee Milwaukee County Zoo
2500 animals representing 300 species on 200 acres. General information, a zoo map with exhibit information, conservation bulletins, and zoo history.
Oktoberfest Milwaukee
Milwaukee is known as "America's most German city," so it only makes sense that, when in Milwaukee, you do as the Germans do.
Beer, brats and lively traditional music are the things that make Milwaukee a fun place to celebrate this annual traditional recognizing our cultural heritage.
Boerner Botanical Gardens
A living museum of woody plants from around the world, the 1000-plus acre Arboretum spans Whitnall Park and stretches along the adjoining Root River Parkway.
Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion
In 1892, the Flemish Renaissance Revival Mansion of Captain Frederick Pabst, world famous beer baron, accomplished sea captain, real estate developer, philanthropist and patron of the arts, was completed.
Discovery World
Our 120,000-square-foot facility is located at Pier Wisconsin on "the edge" of the shores of Lake Michigan, where the natural world meets the human made world.
Edelweiss Cruise Dining
Offering five different cruise styles, varying from the elegant to the casual. Edelweiss offers something for every occasion, budget and appetite.
Gurnee Mills - Outlet Mall
The best names in manufacturers' outlets including OFF 5TH - Saks Fifth Avenue, Gap Outlet, Liz Claiborne; entertainment venues including Gurnee Cinema, Rink Side Sports, Safari Reptile Zoo; and themed restaurants.
attractions Harley-Davidson Factory Tour
A former propeller factory on the outskirts of Milwaukee, Harley-Davidson was purchased in 1947 for the manufacture of various motorcycle components. Today the 450,000 square foot facility is dedicated to manufacturing Sportster® and Buell® powertrains. Your tour experience begins as soon as you walk through the door. Designed to immerse you in Harley-Davidson heritage, the tour center features a Harley-Davidson engine timeline - from the classic "Flathead" to the contemporary Twin Cam 88®. You'll also have the chance to sit on the latest Harley-Davidson and Buell models and visit the gift shop.
Milwaukee Art Museum
Celebrated art. Dramatic architecture. Scenic gardens. Discover Wisconsin's premier destination for art and culture. Located on the shore of Lake Michigan in downtown Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Art Museum is a marvel both inside and out. Spend an hour or the day—there is always something new to discover. Visit often!
Miller Brewery Tour
Miller Brewing Company offers a free, entertaining tour, guiding visitors through the rich history and brewing process of Miller beers. The one-hour guided walking tour allows guests to experience an informative 3-screen video and provides an up-close look at the brewhouse, packaging center and historical caves. Tours conclude with hospitality at the historic Miller Inn or beer garden where guests can relax and enjoy a frosty beer sample (if 21 or older).
Old World Wisconsin
The immigrants and pioneers who settled Wisconsin came from vastly different cultures. Yet they all shared a common purpose - the determined pursuit of the American Dream. Old World Wisconsin tells their stories by re-creating a world in which farmers, tradesmen and shopkeepers lead their lives the same way these settlers did. Bring the whole family to see, hear and smell the same things the filled the senses of those hardy souls who chose to build new lives in a faraway place called Wisconsin. Nearly 600 acres of pristine prairie and lush woodland in the southern unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest provide Old World Wisconsin with an idyllic setting.
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center's mission is to promote an appreciation, understanding and stewardship of our natural heritage through environmental education and preservation of our sanctuary.
The Domes
Floral Show Dome - Each show has a specific theme, generally categorized as historical, cultural or fantasy, and chosen at least a year in advance. We select plants specifically for a particular floral exhibit and grow them at our Horticulture Division's Greenhouse Center. Once in place, a show must last from six to fourteen weeks.
Milwaukee Sailing Center
The Sailing Center offers individuals the opportunity to come out to Lake Michigan and learn how to sail. With educational and recreational sailing programs
Boswell Book Company
Opens in Milwaukee New Independent Bookshop Carries On After Harry W. Schwartz. Located in the Upper East Side, the neighborhood shares its backyard with the Milwaukee campus of the University of Wisconsin. Over the decades, the community integrated the independent bookshop into its lifestyle.
attractions-milwaukee Milwaukee River Walk
Spanning nearly 3 miles along the Milwaukee River through the heart of the City's Downtown with a mix of high-end residential, commercial and recreational attractions.
milwaukee-attractions Harley-Davidson Museum
Showcases the Harley-Davidson Motor Company's history and motorcycles through a variety of exhibits.
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