As already mentioned, one of the major attractions of Milwaukee is the Harley Davidson Museum: the birthplace of the legendary American custom motorcycle. Milwaukee has dedicated to its jewel a large museum where all models are exhibited. Next to the museum, you will also find a large all-American food restaurant and a large shop that sells all kinds of accessories in addition to HD designer clothing. The park surrounding the museum is interesting with a wall dedicated to the deceased bikers to whom friends and relatives have left a dedication.

Harley Davidson Museum


The city center is very nice and characteristic, reminiscent of a small Chicago. The Milwaukee area was originally inhabited by the Fox, Mascouten, Potawatomi, and Winnebago tribes. The city takes its name from the Indian word Millioke, which means "good land" or "finding a place with water". Like Chicago, Milwaukee is also made up of numerous navigable canals and opening bridges that make it very suggestive. I suggest you take a walk through the streets of the center dotted with pretty and well-kept flower beds. Then take the Riverwalk and walk along the river until you get to the Bronze Fonz: the bronze statue of Fonzie from Happy Days. Here it is a must to take a picture with Fonzie strictly with the thumbs pointing up and say "Heeey" just like Fonzie did.

The Bronze Fonz