Whether you're looking to make new friends for find that special someone, a great place to look is in Milwaukee, WI.
If you're a local looking for others nearby you'll find some great spots here and if you're just visiting, you'll enjoy the warm hospitality of the locals.
Use our info below to find social hubs, meet up events and great destinations for socializing in this area.
There are lots of exciting things to do and - more importantly - people to meet in Milwaukee, WI.
Where to Meet New People in Milwaukee, WI
The Milwaukee Art Museum
The Harley-Davidson Museum
The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
The Milwaukee County Historical Society
The Milwaukee Zoo.
1. Join social networks and meet people who share your interests.
2. Attend events and meet people in person.
3. Go out and explore Milwaukee.
FAQ about Milwaukee, WI
1. What is Milwaukee's official nickname?
Milwaukee is nicknamed the "City of Lakes."
2. What is Milwaukee's largest city park?
The Milwaukee County Parks System operates several parks in Milwaukee, including John Nolen Park, County Park, Lincoln Memorial Park, and Whitefish Bay Park.
3. What are some of Milwaukee's most popular attractions?
Some of Milwaukee's most popular attractions include the Milwaukee Art Museum, Miller Park, the Wisconsin State Fairground, and the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
4. What are the Milwaukee's top neighborhoods?
The neighborhoods of Milwaukee include the Central Business District, Bay View, Castle Rock, East Side, Historic Milwaukee, Jefferson Park, Lake View, Lincoln Park, Mitchell Park, Monroe Street, North Side, Park East, Park West, Riverwest, and South Side.
5. How many bridges connect Milwaukee to its surrounding suburbs?
Milwaukee has five bridges that connect it to its surrounding suburbs: the Veterans Memorial Bridge, the Marquette Interchange, the Menomonee River Bridge, the Mitchell International Bridge, and the Pabst Street Bridge.