Cudahy in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Architectural Buildings. Discover best things to do in Cudahy with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Cudahy
5 based on 654 reviews
The Basilica of St. Josaphat is a ministry of the Conventual Franciscans on the South Side of Milwaukee in Historic Lincoln Village. The Basilica is a Franciscan center for prayer and spirituality, inspiration and beauty. It is home to a vibrant Roman Catholic parish and remains a testament to the faith of the Polish immigrants that created it. We invite you to join us for a visit, a tour, for worship or in prayer.
Its the gem of Milwaukee. its in a rough area of town, what appeared to be a hooker outside. lock your car doors hold your kids hands. the staff were nice.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
This park is beautiful. Whether you want to play soccer, do archery, climb on play structures, picnic, hike, walk, bike, golf or go to the beach. Clean, safe, wide open. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the beach. Swim, or walk on either sand or the more "wild" rocky parts. Hike seven bridges down through the woods to Lake Michigan. You will find it hard to believe that you are only10-12 minutes from downtown. It really is a secret...don;t tell too many people so it stays that way !!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
City Lounge is truly a place for everyone looking for a good time.
Over the past year, with the new ownership, City Lounge has shattered all expectations for a small town bar. From City Limits Fest to weekly paint nights and Packer parties, City Lounge has made sure to access the entertainment needs of all!
City Lounge features over 30 beers on tap, a countless variety of liquor, an extensive martini list, and food that caters to those looking for a quick bite as well as those looking for a full meal. They even have gluten free options!
During the summer months, there are live bands outside in the beautiful beer garden every Saturday night. Year round, you can count on DJs every Friday and Saturday night. They also often have acoustic musicians on Friday nights if you're looking for something a little more low key.
City Lounge was first recognized as being the only smoke-free bar in the area before the smoking ban and they continue to hold up their reputation by remaining incredibly clean, classy, and respectable.
Last year, I helped host a Bridal Shower in City Lounge's beer garden and we received so many compliments! The venue, mimosa bar, and staff were so helpful and the cost was incredibly reasonable for such a great space! Book your next party here and take advantage of their awesome birthday specials.
If you're looking for something to do any night of the week, City Lounge is the place to be!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Museum boasts an extensive collection of nearly 20,000 works, representing such artists as Pablo Picasso, Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol.
The building itself is a work of art, especially since it's perched right on the lake shore of Lake Michigan! Visiting would be enjoyable just walking around the grounds! But then you have the added experience of going into the art museum! What a wonderful way to spend a day!!
5 based on 262 reviews
A Milwaukee nonprofit dedicated to giving visitors a glimpse into Milwaukee life between the world wars with authentic items displayed in store settings. Handicap-accessible guided tours are offered at no additional charge, and there is free off-street parking behind the building.
I visited this fine museum with college friends while exploring Milwaukee. What a find! Mr. Chudnow's extensive collection of memorabilia transports the museum visitor back in time to the late 1800s through 1970. The rotating exhibits showcase everyday life in Milwaukee including a barbershop complete with a speakeasy from the Prohibition Era to a doctor's office, a movie theater, a grocery store and a pharmacy that legally dispensed drugs considered illegal today.
We enjoyed every minute of this tour guided by the museum director Steve. I highly recommend including a trip to the Chudnow Museum when you visit Milwaukee.
4.5 based on 163 reviews
We were in Wisconsin for a Brewers game and the PGA tournament over the week-end and had some time before our flight so we added a trip to the Oriental Theater and we are damn glad we did. The decor is amazing. Makes you long for the 'good ole days' when going to the theater was an event. We were met by two members of the staff upon entering and they couldn't have been more polite, informative and accommodating. We were allowed upstairs to peak from the balcony and into the middle theater to marvel at the structure. So beautiful. Our screening got a personal introduction before the trailers which again made us feel like were experiencing something wonderfully customer service focused. So glad we found this landmark (from Trip Advisor) and took the time to experience it in full. Highly recommended.
4 based on 5 reviews
This is a small museum and visitor's center at the company's headquarters, but worth a stop for the person who loves diggers and large equipment. You can use the simulator to see how much rock you can load in a truck (much harder than it looks), view displays showing how equipment is used all over the world, and learn much more about how these machines helped create the Panama Canal. Two floors with volunteers who are former employees with a passion. This used to be Bucyrus but was bought by Caterpillar. You'll recognize the logo when you see the building. Very interesting.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Harley-Davidson motorcycles bring heart-thumping adventure, life-changing freedom and a bit of rebellion into the lives of people around the world. But whether you were born to be wild - or mild - makes no difference at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Much more than a nostalgia trip for motorcycle enthusiasts, the Museum offers a glimpse of American history and culture like you've never seen before - through the successes and trials of an iconic American company. Interactive, eye-catching exhibits present an unparalleled collection of legendary stories of our nation's last century. Located on 20 acres in downtown Milwaukee, the Museum offers free parking, Motor Bary & Restaurant, Cafe Racer, The Shop, park-like outdoor spaces, special event rentals, guided tours for group of 15 or more, and Steel Toe Tours of the Powertrain Operations, home of the big-twin engine.
For those outside US like me...it’s an excellent opportunity to learn about the brand story...beautiful bikes, very nice place and a must to go visit while in Milwaukee.
4.5 based on 920 reviews
Featuring more than 4.5 million objects and a variety of exciting exhibits, this is considered one of the best natural history museums in the United States. Kohl's Thank You Thursday allows free admission to the museum the first Thursday of every month with extended hours (9 a.m. - 8 p.m.).
The European Village in the Milwaukee Public Museum is a must-see. It paints a realistic view of what life was like in Milwaukee in the late 1800s to early 1900s, with little store fronts, apothecary, barber shop, etc.. It gives a nice overview of the different cultural backgrounds that combined to make Milwaukee the city it is today.
4.5 based on 435 reviews
Great Lakes Distillery is a small-batch distillery located in Milwaukee Wisconsin. We hand-craft award winning distilled spirits in limited quantities using old world methods and traditions which we believe result in a superior product. We’re a bit of an anomaly in the spirits business - we actually make our own products! We’re a handful of people devoted to the craft of distilling and creating the best distilled spirits possible. As Wisconsin's first distillery since prohibition we are anxious to share our unique products and look forward to meeting people who appreciate high quality craft distilled spirits. Give us a try and see for yourself how unique these hand crafted spirits can be. We are pleased to be able to open our distillery to the public everyday for tours. During our approximately 1 hour tour, visitors will learn about our award winning products, how & why we make them and receive a flight of five products to try (complimentary soda is available for non-drinkers).
I am usually a wine/beer drinker but went because my daughter said this would be a good tour. She was right. Much of the process of brewing alcohol is the same, but the flavors...they were amazing. It was also low key- you don't like it, use the cup. Like it, speak up. Ask questions. I never would have dreamed leaving with a bottle of gin, but I did. It was that good. Cocktails at the bar had something for everyone. We didn't sample food but it was available with a variety of choices.
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