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Wisconsin is well known for Noah's Ark, the nation's largest themed water park with more than 50 slides. That's a lot of wet and wild fun. Visit this state to take a dip, and when you dry off head to Miller Park in your Milwaukee rental car to catch a Brewers Major League Baseball game.
The Miller Park parking lots open three hours before a game, and are excellent places for grilling and tailgating before watching a Milwaukee Brewers baseball game. This stadium is just outside of downtown Milwaukee, and is near the General Mitchell International Airport.
Visit the Hot Corner for Autograph Alley on the Field Level of the park to check out baseballs with autographs of legendary MLB players. Check out the Walk of Fame in the plaza just outside the park for some Brewers history. There you'll see statues of Henry Aaron and Robin Yount, along with other Brewers Hall of Fame inductees. Head inside to watch a game, and enjoy all that Milwaukee's Miller Park has to offer.
This hidden treasure of a theater, located a mile north of downtown Milwaukee, has been open since 1976. Back then the building featured two minaret towers, hand-drawn murals, stained glass chandeliers, larger-than-life Buddha statues, and eight porcelain lions. The theme of the theater, designed by Gustave A. Dick and Alex Bauer, is East Indian, hence all the elephants you'll spy if you visit.
The Oriental held musical performances in the 1970s and 80s, and included Blondie, Devo, Tears for Fears, INXS and more. The Violent Femmes got their start here when the opening act for The Pretenders didn't show up so the three sidewalk performers who often played outside were invited in. Today you will find the "Rocky Horror Picture Show" every second Saturday of the month. The theater plays short runs of classic and cult movies on the daily. Check the website for ticket prices and times.
Milwaukee Art Museum
This museum collects, preserves and hosts 30,000 works of art in more than 40 galleries in its efforts to present inspirational and educational art works. Pieces here range from paintings and sculptures to photographs, drawings and more. One of the state's largest collections of Georgia O'Keeffe works is housed here, along with art by Winslow Homer, Auguste Rodin, Andy Warhol, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, to name a few.
The museum also has several rotating exhibitions of visiting art. Drive your Milwaukee rental car to this cultural epicenter to look at some of America's greatest artworks.