Wauwatosa Milwaukee Wisconsin is actually a part of metropolitan Milwaukee, located just west of the city. Being close to Milwaukee, Wauwatosa Milwaukee Wisconsin has easy access to the big city. It is nicer to stay in this smaller neighborhood to avoid the traffic and noise of Milwaukee. Wauwatosa Milwaukee Wisconsin has its own interesting attractions for the visitor. It has a historic district located along Menomonee River. There are many buildings from the past that have been restored or renovated to preserve their charm. The Europeans came here in the mid 1800s and that charm still exists in the historic district. Wauwatosa Milwaukee Wisconsin offers many delicious places to eat, many of them outdoors, as well as unique shopping spots. There are art galleries to enjoy in Wauwatosa Milwaukee Wisconsin. The outdoors is also something else to take advantage of here. With the biking and hiking trails you can get some exercise in the open air away from the city. This is actually a part of the Oak Leaf Trail that runs through all of Wisconsin. The more adventurous visitor to Wauwatosa Milwaukee Wisconsin will enjoy rollerblading along the Parkway. After a day of many activities in Wauwatosa Milwaukee Wisconsin, the visitor could enjoy a spa treatment to relax the day away. The visitor to Wauwatosa Milwaukee Wisconsin will have a hometown experience and still be able to catch all of the attractions and activities in nearby Milwaukee.
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Events in Wauwatosa
A Midsummer Night's Dream: The Lovers' Tale
at Wisconsin Lutheran College
The Lovers' Tale is a 75-minute version of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, focusing on the four lovers plus the fairies Puck and Oberon. There is no intermission. It will take place afternoons and early evenings from July 24 to Sept 5.