Best Things to Do in Milwaukee | Budget Car Rental

Best Things to Do in Milwaukee

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Outdoor Adventures

Being on vacation doesn’t mean just sitting on the beach. You can stay incredibly active in Milwaukee and still enjoy all the sights. For travelers who love a little adventure, we suggest renting a bike or boat or doing a little hiking.

Boating

Tourists and locals enjoy going out on Lake Michigan and on Milwaukee’s three rivers during good weather. You can rent a kayak, a family canoe, or for a more relaxing time, enjoy sightseeing and live music on the Milwaukee Boat Line.

Urban Biking and Hiking

Bike or hike the Oak Leaf Trail, a 100-mile trail that shows you the city, the woods, and an abandoned railroad. Or for a quick family outing, try the 6-mile Lakefront Trail loop with beautiful views of the lake. There are plenty of places to rent bikes in the city, and many of them will even deliver to your hotel.

Milwaukee Historic Sites

Milwaukee has accumulated a lot of history since 1846. The architecture, tells stories of our early residents. These two historic sites are close to both the airport and the water.

North Point Lighthouse

First built in 1855 for the U.S. Lighthouse Service, this lighthouse is now a local center for seminars and tours. After climbing a few steps, enjoy some of the best views in Lake Park.

The Basilica of Saint Josaphat

This Catholic site was built between 1896 and 1901 and incorporates materials salvaged from the Chicago Post Office. When it was completed, it had the second-largest dome in the U.S. at 250 feet high.

With so many places to go, the last thing you want is any hassle with your rental car. For a dependable car rental, rent a car in Milwaukee with Budget Car Rental and take advantage of car rental deals. Reserve your vehicle today.