Concrete By Mario

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(414) 349-4160

1236 W Pierce St
Milwaukee, WI 53204
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Things To Do in Milwaukee, WI

Mitchell Park Horticultural ConservatoryMitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory

Experience a tropical jungle, a desert oasis and a special floral garden all in one afternoon at the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory. Also known as "The Domes," this attraction features a huge collection of exotic and local plantlife within its three domed conservatories and garden. Stop by after sundown for a spectacular evening light show.

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Pfister HotelPfister Hotel

Revel in luxury on a romantic date at the Pfister Hotel, the premier downtown hotel and epitome of grand elegance. Built in 1893, you will be astounded by the extraordinary architecture and amazed by the extensive Victorian art collection. Just three blocks from the shores of Lake Michigan, the Pfister is surrounded by dining and nightlife options that you and your loved one will enjoy.

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The Grohmann MuseumThe Grohmann Museum

The Grohmann Museum is a fairly new museum located at Milwaukee School of Engineering, whose artwork is dedicated to the evolution of human work. After you explore the three main levels, be sure to make a trip up to the roof. At the Rooftop Sculpture Garden you will see a dozen 9-foot tall, bronze sculptures depicting men toiling the fields and foundries.

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