Fun for the Kids Posted November 23, 2013


Milwaukee is a bustling city with many fun activities to experience. Many of these activities are great places to take children. We have picked a few popular places that are both educational, and loads of fun for you and your children.

The Mitchell Park Conservatory Domes are a great place to take children. The domes are certainly part learning environment, and part wonderland. Designed by local architect Donald Grieb, the domes took seven years to be built, being completed in 1967. There are three domes, the Desert Dome, the Tropical Dome and the Floral Show Dome. The Desert Dome takes you on a journey to the deserts of Africa, Madagascar, South America and North America. In these biomes, you will observe a variety of desert plants, including an extensive collection of cacti. The Tropical Dome contains a vast number of tropical plants and birds from all over the world. The Floral Dome is a vibrant, colorful garden, that has five different themes that change throughout the year.

Touring the Sprecher Brewing Company is a unique and fun learning experience for kids and adults. The Sprecher Brewing Company is exclusive to Milwaukee, which makes this experience that much more unique. The Sprecher Brewing Company was founded in 1985 by Randal Sprecher in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Sprecher Brewing Company produces a variety of beers and their well known root beer soda, a kid favorite. Learn how the brewery works and of course sample some of the products!

The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is another amazing place to take kids. The museum is a hands-on and interactive learning experience. This non-profit organization opened in 1995 and encourages children to learn through fun experiments and activities. Explore the railway with a larger-than-life size toy engine! The Raceways and “On a Roll” exhibit demonstrates the principles of physics and gravity with fun experiments for the kids. Explore music, dance, theatre and much more in the “Artastic” exhibit. This exhibit allows children to utilize drums, chimes, televisions and puppets to express their artistic imaginations.


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