Milwaukee Vacation Packages


Milwaukee Vacation Packages, Flight and Hotel Deals

👉Milwaukee Vacation Packages

Build Your Flight + Hotel Bundle & Save Up To $583 On Your Trip👈

Travelhoteltours has amazing deals on Milwaukee Vacation Packages. Save up to $583 when you book a flight and hotel together for Milwaukee. Extra cash during your Milwaukee stay means more fun! Want to take a break from the daily grind? Milwaukee offers a good range of places to go and things to see.

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Packages in Milwaukee

Travelhoteltours enables you to receive savings with a flight and hotel deal. Smart travelers understand that flight and accommodation packages are a fantastic way to preserve money and time. See more in Milwaukee with the extra money.

Savings of up to $583 are waiting for savvy vacationers who purchase a package deal.

With approximately 400 partner airlines and 321,000 worldwide hotels available on our extensive database, your dream vacation can easily become a reality.

Expedia can offer you great deals for your Southeast Wisconsin travels.

You don't have to worry about postponing your family's travel plans, as we do not charge additional cancellation fees for almost all of our bookings.


Milwaukee Vacation Packages


The population of this area of Southeast Wisconsin is approximately 600,000.

Madison, the state capital, is roughly 75 miles west of Milwaukee, while Muskego is 14 miles to the southwest.
The best place to start your adventures is at the world-famous Six Flags Great America and the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Give the kids a break from sightseeing and enjoy an afternoon of quality time at the Wisconsin State Fair Park and Schlitz Audubon Nature Center. Want more? Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center and Imagination Station will ensure the good times keep on coming.

Oceans of Fun is an aquatic haven for the whole gang.
You won't be able to resist an informative foray into the animal world at the Milwaukee County Zoo or the Racine Zoological Gardens. Visiting the Bear Den Zoo and Petting Farm or the Shalom Wildlife during zookeeper presentations can add another dimension to your time there.

If you think that the best way to learn about a place is through the local beers, you should spend some time taking a look at the area's popular brewhouses. Here you are spoiled for choices, with the Miller Brewery, the Sprecher Brewery, the Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery and the Lakefront Brewery all allowing visitors a look behind the scenes.

There are few travel experiences more delightful than a superb glass of wine. Sample some of the region's finest at the Cedar Creek Winery and the Chiselled Grape Winery. Ready for the next one? The Great Lakes Distillery and the Milwaukee Brewing Co. are favorites around here.
Sit back with a drink, place a bet or simply take in the bright lights at the Potawatomi Bingo Casino.

The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory plays a vital role in preserving the area's botanical species. Be sure to swing by and admire the important work that they do.

On a fine day, grab a bite to eat and find a shady corner at one of the leafy urban parks, such as Riverwalk Plaza and Glacial Drumlin Bike Trail. Nagawaukee County Park and Beach and Lapham Peak are two more nice places to while away the afternoon and finally read that neglected book of yours.

Pack some supplies and head out to some of the glorious coastlines. Among the nicer ones are the Pewaukee Lake Beach, Bradford Beach and North Beach Park.

Need to escape the noise of the city? Head out on an adventure to River Bend Nature Center and Fox River Park. Nature-loving travelers will also have an excellent time at Ozaukee Interurban Trail and Chalk Bluff Park.

The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of fascinating tales and achievements. The Discovery World and the Charles Allis Art Museum offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to keep you captivated. Another two worth considering are the Milwaukee Public Museum and the Harley-Davidson Museum.

Build on your knowledge of scientific innovation by studying the range of scientific items and models at Manfred Olson Planetarium and Apple Holler.

The natural world offers more treasures than we could ever hope to see in one lifetime. Fortunately, institutions such as the Dinosaur Discovery Museum and the Kenosha Public Museum do the heavy lifting for us by housing them all in the same place. The Old South Side Settlement Museum also boasts a terrific range of specimens.

Love art? You'll find galleries of all sorts here. Pop in to the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum and the Wustum Art Museum and see the best of what this creative enclave has to offer. The Racine Art Museum and the ArtAsia Gallery are also worth a browse if your schedule allows.

History buffs can rediscover the past at the Oconomowoc Historical Museum and the Kenosha History Center. The Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear and the Jewish Museum Milwaukee are also worthwhile options.

The Marquette University and Old World Wisconsin are certainly worth planning a trip to, even if you're not that into history. When it comes to days of old, there's always more to discover. Milwaukee City Hall and Ozaukee County Pioneer Village are two more great places to stop by.

Covered Bridge is an impressive structure that has provided an important crossing for local residents over the years.
Whether you consider yourself a spiritual person or not, you're sure enjoy an afternoon at St. John's Cathedral and St. Nicholas Church. You could also take a walk around Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church and Basilica of Saint Josaphat.

After seeing all of the major attractions around Milwaukee, make time to explore a few of its lesser-known sights. The Milwaukee Public Library and the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts might be just what the doctor ordered. If you can squeeze it in, also check out the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center or the Cedarburg Cultural Center.


Accommodation in Milwaukee


Before you get going, get a reservation for one of the 46 Milwaukee accommodations that are listed on Travelhoteltours hotel website.

Travelers who appreciate life's finer things will be sure to enjoy the Hotel Metro, at 411 E Mason St. The Sleep Inn & Suites Airport, at 4600 S 6th St, and the Super 8 Milwaukee - Airport, at 5253 S Howell Ave are two cheaper listings worth checking out if you're looking to save a bit of cash.

No vacation in Milwaukee would be complete without spending a little time at Milwaukee Art Museum. If you'd prefer to stay in the vicinity, The Pfister Hotel and The Park East Hotel are both nearby.