All aboard! Downtown Milwaukeeʼs summer circulator, the Milwaukee Trolley Loop connects visitors, residents and workers to destinations in East Town, Westown and the Historic Third Ward. Known as the Hop ‘n Shop, Wine ‘n Dine route, the leisurely loop is ideal for out-of-town guests and folks who wish to play a tourist in their own town.
Rest easy while enjoying your visit with convenient Downtown parking. Check out the Parking page to learn more about your options when exploring downtown.
Whether you’re in need of transportation into or out of downtown, or simply need to get from point A to point B, turn to downtown’s many modes of transportation. From a leisurely pace to a quick trip, our wheels will get you there at your chosen speed.
The Milwaukee Skywalk network is one of the more extensive downtown connector systems of its kind in the U.S. For starters, it is the only system of its kind spanning over a navigatable waterway, connecting the east and west sides of downtown over the Milwaukee River.
What may surprise many is the convenience the system offers in accessing amenities and attractions. The 1.75-mile network, connects workers, visitors and residents alike to places of employment, shopping and dining opportunities, and more than 2,000 hotel rooms.
The Milwaukee Skywalk is system is managed by various property owners, however, the entire network is navigable Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Click here to view downtown's skywalk map.
The City of Milwaukee is quickly becoming recognized as a leader in environmental sustainability. From the nation’s first LEED certified neighborhood in The Brewery and the magnificent Lake Michigan waterfront to eco-institutions like UW-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences and the Urban Ecology Centers, Milwaukee is a model of incorporating ecological advancements into private development and public space to build a sustainable city. Click here to learn more.