If you re looking for a destination that has a historical Harley-Davidson museum, a professional baseball team and an incredible zoo, then you should plan your next trip to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When you want to fly from Philadelphia to Milwaukee, you can book a direct flight from the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) near the 95 Freeway on the coast of the Delaware River. Your flight to Milwaukee from Philadelphia will take less than two hours, so you ll be there in no time.
Once you arrive in Milwaukee, you can head to the Harley-Davidson Museum, which is located right on the shore of the Menomonee River. The museum is the perfect location for bikers or anyone who appreciates American history because you ll see exhibits with classic motorcycles from the last century, and you ll also see how these classic vehicles are created at the Design Lab. For travelers who love baseball, Miller Park is located in the center of the city off the 341 Freeway, and you can catch a Brewers game when they play at home.
You ll have a variety of different transportation options from the General Mitchell International Airport (MKE), so you can get to your hotel by taking a taxi, coach bus or the GreenLine bus. Beer lovers can visit Milwaukee in October for the annual German Fest where you ll be able to drink beer, enjoy German music and food, and you can dress up in authentic German attire if you want to blend in with the locals.
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