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Airports in Phoenix

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the major airport serving the city of Phoenix, Arizona. It is the largest & busiest airport in Arizona. Owned by City of Phoenix, the airport is managed by Phoenix Airport System. It is a hub for American Airlines and Ameriflight and serves as a focus city for Boutique Air & Southwest Airlines. Both passenger & cargo services are offered by the airport to domestic as well as international destinations. These destinations include San Jose, Calgary, Puerto Vallarta, Salt Lake City, Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver, Atlanta, and more. Rental cars, taxis, shuttles, PHX Sky train, public transportation, and more connect the airport to the nearby region.

Explore Milwaukee

Situated on the western shore of the Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is the largest city in the State of Wisconsin, U.S.A. It is also the seat of Milwaukee County. Often referred to as the “German Athens” most of the city’s population is of German origin. The city is home for Harley-Davidson, the renowned motor cycle brand. Though it is best known for its brewing industry, there are several attractions which are worth paying a visit. The Harley-Davidson Museum, The Milwaukee Art Museum, The Milwaukee Public Museum, The Greek Orthodox Church, The Domes: Mitchell Park Conservatory, Milwaukee County Zoo, and more.

Things to Do in Milwaukee

The Milwaukee Art Museum

The Milwaukee Art Museum was founded in the year 1888. Situated in the heart of the city, the museum lies on the banks of Lake Michigan. Displayed within are 30,000 works of art including paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, photographs, and more. American decorative arts, German Expressionism, folk & Haitian art, and American art after 1960 are amongst the best collection here. Also housed within is the largest collection by Georgia O’Keeffe, native of Wisconsin.

Harley-Davidson Museum

Spread on 20acres of area, the Harley-Davidson Museum is situated in downtown Milwaukee. It is the only Harley-Davidson museum in the world and a must visit for any bike enthusiast. Displayed within are over 450 motorcycles and artifacts. This includes the oldest known Harley-Davidson - Serial Number One motorcycle.

Milwaukee County Zoo

The Milwaukee County Zoo was opened in the year 1892. It is spread over nearly 200 acres of land. It serves home to approximately 2,000 animals including polar bears, gorillas, and cheetahs. From time-to- time, several educational programs and seasonal fun activities are also conducting here. These include animal petting area, a raptor show, a sea lion show, camel rides, and train rides.

Best Time to Fly to Milwaukee

The city of Milwaukee can be visited at any time of the year. However, Autumn or late Spring Season is perfect to explore the region. Summers in the city are also good and visitors can indulge in outdoor activities. Though winters are severe, but the months of December, January, and February are perfect to indulge in snow sports.

Milwaukee Travelers' Reviews

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This was a wonderful trip! Milwaukee is a fun town with plenty of entertainment to be found. Wether you're looking for great food, sports attractions, Harley-Davidson's rich history or one of many cultural attractions they will be easily found in this bustling town. Our only drawback was the construction with the growth of the city downtown. Navigation was a little difficult but we managed to have a good time around it.
- James  Apr 26, 2018

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