UWM is surrounded by a vast array of eclectic and welcoming neighborhoods. This map shows the neighborhoods near our campus, each with its own unique personality and style.
Check out some of Milwaukee’s top attractions, such as the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Betty Brinn Children’s Museum
Charles Allis Art Museum
Harley Davidson Museum
Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
Milwaukee County Zoo
Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee Public Market
Milwaukee Public Museum
Mitchell Park Conservatory
North Point Lighthouse
Neighborhood Housing Office
The Neighborhood Housing Office provides outreach and advising to help students find quality off-campus housing and roommates through education, referral and support. Their website contains a list of properties and landlords, as well as rooms for rent and student roommate requests.
If You Have….
UWM STUDENT UNION & FOUNTAIN
If you only have an hour or two, we would recommend checking out the UWM Student Union or taking a picture in front of the UWM fountain or the new Panther statue located by Enderis Hall.
LUNCH & DINNER
If you’re looking to grab a bite to eat, be sure to check out the various restaurants located on Downer Avenue, North Avenue and Oakland Avenue, in neighborhoods surrounding UWM.
THEATERS, BEACHES & MORE
If you have a weekend to spend in Milwaukee, we recommend checking out the vibrant city life by seeing a show at the Milwaukee Theatre or the historic Pabst Theatre. We also recommend checking out the beautiful lakefront and Bradford Beach, or maybe even seeing a Milwaukee Brewers baseball game at Miller Park!
For hotel information go to: visitmilwaukee.org
Get To Know The City
Milwaukee boasts many great attractions and some of the best restaurants in the Midwest. Use this guide as a reference for things to do off campus during your visit, as recommended by our own UWM student Campus Ambassadors.
Explore the city!
Bradford Beach – 5 minutes from campus