Where do we meet?
The City Tour begins in front of Milwaukee’s City Hall located at 200 East Wells Street, the intersection of East Wells and Water Street. Our tour starts underneath the tall Clock Tower.
The Brewery Tour begins in front of Company Brewing located at 735 E. Center Street. Look for the white bus parked out front.
Do you offer step on guide service?
We've got the best guides in town and are happy to bring them aboard your bus to show off Milwaukee. Guides are $75.00 per hour.
Will this cost us anything?
You’ve got to pay to play. City Tours are $45.00 per person plus applicable service fees. Brewery Tour is $60 per person plus applicable service fees.
Does it rain in Milwaukee?
Yes. We will run the tour rain, shine, or snow but may adjust the route in certain conditions. Umbrellas are always available.
That’s a pretty sweet ride, can I rent it?
Of course! We would love to take you on a private tour, pub crawl, whatever you’d like. Just call!
Something came up, can I cancel my tour?
We recommend you cancel whatever came up. If you can’t, we are happy to provide a rain check that you can use at another time. You may also purchase our cancellation insurance to guarantee a full refund if you need to cancel.
Do we just sit on a bus and drive around?
No way! We will make several stops throughout the tour for photo ops, bathroom breaks, and opportunities to experience Milwaukee. Some walking is involved.
How long is the tour?
Approximately 3 hours.
I don’t like surprises, where do we go?
We will of course hit famous spots like the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Lakefront, and Lakefront Brewery, but we will also visit lesser known parts of Milwaukee waiting to be discovered.
What should I bring?
We recommend a camera, weather appropriate clothing for the outdoors, and NEVER forget your sense of humor.
Why is the sky blue?
Ask your guide this and any other questions you have about Milwaukee!
Where do I park?
Don’t! City hall is located close to all downtown hotels. If you need to drive there are several parking structures near the intersection of Broadway and Wells Street, one block from City Hall.
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