Brewers' Hill Neighborhood

Milwaukee bed and breakfast Brewers' Hill is a small, diverse neighborhood north of downtown on the Milwaukee River. The neighborhood is bordered by North Avenue, Holton Avenue, the Milwaukee River, and Pleasant Street to the south, and Martin Luther King Drive to the west. It provides the perfect community for the Milwaukee bed and breakfast of Sanger House Gardens. The name Brewers' Hill is derived from the high population of brewery workers and owners that once inhabited the area. Brewers' Hill contains an architectural mix of Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne and Colonial Revival buildings dating from the 1850s to the 1920s. Part of the neighborhood, the Brewers' Hill Historic District, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

What To Do Around The Milwaukee Bed And Breakfast Of Sanger House Gardens

Your Hosts have lived in Brewers Hill for over 30 years, therefore are very familiar with the area. The neighborhood and the Milwaukee bed and breakfast of Sanger House Gardens are just a few short blocks from our downtown business and entertainment districts. Our local award-winning eatery is "Wolf Peach." It offers a "rustic European" cuisine. It has a great open air patio area with a fantastic view of the skyline of Milwaukee. It is one block from the carriage house. Across from Wolf Peach will be Uncle Wolfie's, a new breakfast & bar opening in 2017. If you are looking for a true Milwaukee experience, visit The Lakefront Brewery. It is a few blocks from the carriage house. They have great home brewed beers and offer daily tours. A number of attractions can be reached by foot or a short Uber drive in the Water Street entertainment district. In addition to the numerous taverns & restaurants you can find close to Sanger House, there is also the Performing Arts Center, where you can enjoy the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Opera, and other venues. If sports is something you would like to partake in, the new Milwaukee Bucks Sports Center is slated to replace the existing Bradly Center in 2018. Our lively downtown area can provide you with professional basketball, hockey, and college sports all within a block of each other. We are 5 minutes way from all of these venues and much more. In addition, if you need further recommendations, your Hosts are happy to help.
Getting Around The Neighborhood: This is a great walking-neighborhood, because we are just a few blocks from the Milwaukee River, downtown, numerous other historic districts and the new sports & entertainment district. These areas are served by Uber, taxi and bus service. Your average cost to these areas is around $15 or less. Visitors to Milwaukee not only come for great food, breweries and festivals during our summer months but a special attraction is the Milwaukee Arts Museum located on the Lakefront. the Museum features the: Burke Brise Soleil The Burke Brise Soleil is a movable, wing-like sunscreen that rests on top of the Museum’s vaulted, glass-enclosed Windhover Hall. This unprecedented, American architecture has a wingspan comparable to that of a Boeing 747.400. jet. Unlike the airplane, the Museum prefers to remain on the ground. The museum was designed by the world-renowned architect, Santiago Calatrava. We are a 10-minute cab or Uber drive from the museum. Parking Free parking is available on site and on the adjacent streets. Visit us on Facebook at Sanger House or Google us for.

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