Wisconsin’s biggest city, located on Lake Michigan’s southwestern shore, is famous for its brewing traditions. While it may be known for beer giants like Pabst, its craft brew culture has turned it into the ideal natural setting for imbibing and brewery tours, including the highly acclaimed Lakefront Brewery, the company that created the first organic beer. If you aren’t into beer, you’ll find lots more to choose from, including the chance to enjoy the outdoors in Kettle Moraine State Forest, a vast park home to the thousand-mile Ice Age Trail, or the Milwaukee County Zoo, Miller Park and the Milwaukee Riverwalk. And, even if you don’t care a thing about motorbikes, the Harley-Davidson Museum is well worth a visit with its relics, antique models and fascinating displays. The company saved a sample of every model they ever made, keeping them in pristine, museum condition.