Tap into Milwaukee's famous attractions and history as well as other sights you may not have known existed. Each tour is limited to 14 guests to allow for plenty of room and ensure a personal feeling. Don't just see Milwaukee, experience it!
• 3 hours
Take a tour of Chicago and visit the 360 Chicago (John Hancock Observatory)! This comprehensive half-day tour is the perfect introduction to the Windy City. Visit the highlights of the North Side and South Side and enjoy a scenic drive along the Outer Drive. Explore Chicago’s beautiful parks on this guided tour, including Lincoln Park, Washington Park and Grant Park. Stop at the fascinating Lincoln Park Conservatory and the Museum Campus, and enjoy admission to the skyscraping Hancock Center, one of Chicago's tallest landmarks. Climb to the top for spectacular city views!
• 4 hours
Hop on and hop off the fully-narrated, sightseeing tour at one of 11 hotel or attractions in downtown Milwaukee! Ride the bus for as little as 60 minutes, or up to 6 hours, as you explore Milwaukee at your own pace. For individuals and families, this is the best and most economically way to learn about downtown Milwaukee and visit key attractions at the same time.
• 6 hours
Explore the city of Madison in a whole new way on a walking food tour! Over this three hour experience sample classic Wisconsin cuisine at five different tasting locations while also learning about the city's amazing history, architecture and culture along the way. The tours are small groups with a maximum for 12 participants. The tour lasts 3 hours and includes an easy, 1.5 mile walk around the Capitol Square area of Madison. There are restrooms and water available throughout the duration of the tour. Allergy and dietary restrictions can be accommodated for as well as strollers and wheelchairs. All tours have a professional guide that shares knowledge about the history of Madison and the creation of the food and beer samples that the guests have.
• 3 hours
This kayak tour is our most relaxing and family-friendly tour. This beginner kayaker’s paradise is our protected, safe, and warm location to learn to kayak while watching for Bald Eagles, Blue Herons, Swans, Egrets, and more. The wetlands and lake provide habitat for the federally-endangered Hine's emerald dragonfly among many other wildlife and plant species. The open zone grades into second-growth wet-mesic forest of white cedar, white spruce, balsam fir and black ash. This is an example of boreal forest habitat which a rare community type to be found in Wisconsin. In the Spring, wildflowers are outstanding on this location, with Hepaticas, Spring Beauties, Trilliums and Trout Lilies putting on a show from mid-April to the end of May. See our website for more tour times, specials, and information at www.doorcountykayaktours.com
• 2 hours
This 3 day/2 night, 35 mile paddling expedition usually takes around 12 hours of paddling time. Included in your package will be gear enough for a two night stay for two travelers. Food is NOT included.
• 3 days
This 60 mile paddling expedition usually takes around 20 hours of paddling time. Included in your comfort package will be overnight supplies enough for two travelers.
• 20 hours
This 92 mile paddling expedition usually takes around 30 hours of paddling time. Included in your package will be gear enough for an overnight stay and two travelers.This package is recommended for experienced canoers and campers.
• 1.25 days
Experience the city of Chicago by taking a train ride from Milwaukee for an amazing day of sightseeing. The famous attractions you will see include the Skydeck Chicago, Michigan Avenue Bridge, Art Institute, Millennium Park, Adler Planetarium, Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Maggie Daley Park, Sheraton Hotel, Navy Pier, The Magnificent Mile, The Water Tower, 360 Chicago, and Hard Rock Cafe. You can enjoy a meal at Hard Rock before returning to Milwaukee that same evening.
• 1 day
Explore the largest Luxembourger genealogical database in the United States at the Luxembourg American Cultural Center in Belgium, WI. Visit the well-developed permanent exhibits and take a stroll through the beautiful gardens behind the museum. Hear stories of American immigrants who left Europe behind in search of a new life and discover the pieces of their past they brought with them.
• 1.5 hours