Bradley Symphony Center

After years of anticipation, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has transformed the old Warner Grand Theater into its new Bradley Symphony Center. It features new, modern seating. Seat widths vary from 20” to 23”. Row spacing varies from 32” to 40” with the most generous seating located in the boxes.
212 W. Wisconsin Ave. / (414) 291-7605

Marcus Performing Arts Center

Includes the Florentine Opera Company, Broadway in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra, Ethnic and Cultural Festivals, and the new “At the Center” community concerts. 
929 N. Water St. / (414) 273-7206

Miller High Life Theatre

500 W. Kilbourn Ave. / (414) 908-6000 /

Pabst Theater

Pabst Theater  144 E. Wells St. / (414) 286-3205 /

The Rave / Eagles Club

The Rave / Eagles Club2401 W Wisconsin Ave. /(414) 342-7283 /

Riverside Theater

116 W. Wisconsin Ave. / (414) 286-3663 /

South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center

901 15th Ave. / (414) 766-5049 /

Turner Hall

1040 N. Vel R. Phillips Ave. / (414) 286-3663 /

Wilson Center for the Arts

3270 Mitchell Park Dr., Brookfield / (262)781-9520 /

Pabst Mansion

This Flemish Renaissance home built in 1890 features Victorian craftsmanship and design. 10am-4pm Mon.-Sat. Noon-4pm Sun. 2000 W. Wisconsin Ave. Downtown Milwaukee (414) 931-0808.

Ten Chimneys

The summer home and gentleman’s farm of Broadway actors Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt, and a social center for American theater.
S43 W31575 Depot Rd, Waukesha,

Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

Located just east of historic downtown Cedarburg in the former Hoffmann-Boeker farmstead. The 2.2 acres include seven original stone and timber structures. N50 W5050 Portland Rd. Cedarburg
(262) 546-0300