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Cheap Flights to Milwaukee from $64 One Way, $127 Round Trip

Prices starting at $127 for return flights and $64 for one-way flights to Milwaukee were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Milwaukee Flight Data

Destination Airport IATA Code
Destination CityMilwaukee
Number of Airlines Serving
Flight Price$64
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Deals On This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DEN Milwaukee Jun 5 - Jun 6 $227
ATL Milwaukee Jun 5 - Jun 16 $233
MSP Milwaukee Jun 6 - Jun 17 $262
DFW Milwaukee Jun 7 - Jun 13 $316
MCO Milwaukee Jun 6 - Jun 24 $318
LAX Milwaukee Jun 6 - Jun 27 $328
TPA Milwaukee Jun 7 - Jun 21 $344
PHX Milwaukee Jun 6 - Jun 17 $347
SEA Milwaukee Jun 5 - Jun 25 $408
PHL Milwaukee Jun 5 - Jun 7 $605
STP Chicago Jun 5 - Jun 13 $6,140
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flights to Milwaukee

The largest city in Wisconsin, Milwaukee, offers an urban setting with a friendly, Midwestern feeling. From world-class breweries to a lively cultural scene, Milwaukee has activities for every type of traveler. With Orbitz.com, you can find deals on cheap flights to Milwaukee and manage all of your trip details.

Flying into Milwaukee

When you book a low-fare flight into Milwaukee, you will land at the General Mitchell International Airport. The airport is located 8 miles south of the city, on Highway 38. If you can carry your luggage easily, the cheapest way to get into the city is the MCTS bus. The Green Line and Route 80 run from the airport to points around the city for $2.25. If you have a great deal of luggage, a shared Go Airport Shuttle costs about $12 and taxis cost about $30. The ride into town takes approximately 20 minutes. For train connections from the nearest Amtrak station, you can catch the shuttle bus outside of the terminal for $5.

Highlights of Milwaukee

Milwaukee has friendly, down-to-earth residents who welcome visitors. The city is known for its beer, and wide ranges of local breweries serve boisterous crowds year-round. For the best atmosphere, try the restaurants and pubs by the river in downtown Milwaukee. You can also tour the Milwaukee Brewing Company to learn about the brewing process. If you are into sports, watch the Milwaukee Brewers play a game in Miller Park. The best time of year to visit Milwaukee is during the summer, when most days hover around 80 degrees Fahrenheit and are sunny. Spring and fall are also pleasant for visitors, with temperatures that average 60 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are visiting in the winter, be sure to pack warm clothing, as many days dip below 10 degrees Fahrenheit.

Experience Milwaukee

Whether you are visiting Milwaukee for a concert or a quick weekend in the city, you will find friendly people and a relaxed atmosphere. With Orbitz.com, you can find great deals on cheap flights to Milwaukee, and you can book hotel rooms that are close to the city's top attractions.

Milwaukee When to Go

Similar to Chicago, Milwaukee likes to celebrate the summer months with a slew of events. Polish Fest, the largest Polish festival in the country, kicks off the summer activity in mid-June. That same weekend, the Milwaukee Art Museum hosts the annual Lakefront Festival of the Arts, where artists get to display their latest wares on the outdoor grounds of the museum. Billed as the “World’s Largest Music Festival,” Milwaukee’s Summerfest brings artists like Katy Perry, Brittney Spears, Peter Gabriel, Sugarland, and Kid Rock to entertain fans on the shores of Lake Michigan. 

Spring and fall are also good times to visit the city. Even more so when the Milwaukee Brewers are in town and you can catch a game at the decade-old Miller Park, whose retractable roof keeps out the inclement weather. The Lakefront Marathon is held in early October, when the fall colors are at their prime. The fish are biting this time of year, so grab a fishing charter to hook one of the trout or salmon in the lake. Or simply take a Sunday Brunch cruise along the city shoreline.

The weather outside might be frightful in the winter low-season, but you’ll be inside touring the many attractions, like the Miller Brewery, the Harley Davidson Museum, and the Milwaukee Art Museum. At night, check out the ballet, symphony, and an emerging theater scene.

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