About Walkers Point
Walkers Point Milwaukee Wisconsin is a thriving neighborhood that is experiencing new popularity and growth. This diverse and established neighborhood is located adjacent to the Milwaukee River just south of the fashionable Third Ward district. Walkers Point Milwaukee Wisconsin, like the Third Ward, is now experiencing the development of condominiums, office space, and other shops and businesses that is now using the former industrial buildings for which this neighborhood was originally known. Walkers Point Milwaukee Wisconsin is home to the Walker's Point Center for the Arts, located on West National Avenue, is a cultural centerpiece offering visual art exhibits as well as performance art events in the Walkers Point Milwaukee Wisconsin district. Restaurants, antique stores, and art galleries also abound in this flourishing neighborhood. Also located in the Walkers Point Milwaukee Wisconsin neighborhood is Rockwell Automation, a global industrial automation company. The Allen-Bradley Clock Tower, a well-known landmark in the neighborhood, is located within the Rockwell Automation complex. The clock tower is listed in the Guinness World Records as the world's largest four-faced clock. There are many bars and taverns located in renovated historic buildings in the Walkers Point Milwaukee Wisconsin neighborhood. Many of these bars and nightclubs have offerings for straight, gay, and lesbian lifestyles. These establishments, many offering live entertainment, add to the lively atmosphere that draws many patrons to its thriving nightlife. The Walkers Point Milwaukee Wisconsin neighborhood provides a rich and unique texture to Milwaukee's central city and should be a destination for those visiting the city.