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ATTRACTIVE MILWAUKEE — BIKES, BREWS Dinner Theatre Wisconsin's #1 Year-Round Motorcoach Attraction Superb Musicals | Fine Dining Family Hospitality | Spectacular Shops AND BINGO — • H A R L E Y- DAV I D S O N celebrates its 110th birthday this year, and Milwaukee's H A R L E Y- DAV I D S O N M U S E U M offers a look at motorcycle history and heritage. Beginning in a 1903 gallery, visitors see the oldest known Harley-Davidson in existence. The company's longstanding support of the military and the importance of clubs and competition are showcased in classic H-D style. • T H E M I LWAU K E E P U B L I C M U S E U M , renowned for its research and educational programs, has more than 4.5 million objects and specimens for fans of anthropology, history, zoology, geology and more. The museum's Dome Theater and Planetarium offers a choice of three unique visual experiences in one venue: See a thrilling 3-D film, an aweinspiring planetarium show or a magnificent giant-screen film. • It's always Miller Time at the M I L L E R B R E W E R Y V I S I T OR C E N T E R and G I R L I N T H E M O O N B R E W E R Y S HO P. Guests are treated to a personal tour in which 155 years of brewing history are explored. • Bingo, table games, slot machines and poker, along with a wide variety of dining options, are on hand at the P O TAWAT O M I B I N G O C A S I N O. Our 50th Anniversary Season! TASTE MILWAUKEE — A C U L I N A R Y W H I R LW I N D — An excursion with M I LWAU K E E F O O D T O U R S explores urban and suburban neighborhoods originally settled by Italian, Irish, Polish and German immigrants. The foodfocused tours also showcase architectural highlights and cultural hot spots. 1131 Janesville Ave, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 _ZZZ¿ UHVLGHWKHDWUHFRP 34 BANK TRAVEL M A N A G E M E N T WENDY DOBRZYNSKI Group Tour Manager Visit Milwaukee 414-287-4222 S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 3

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