WEEKEND GUIDE

THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS THIS WEEKEND IN MILWAUKEE

May 28 - 31, 2020
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See an updated list for what's open for kids & families in Milwaukee.

Private Play Experiences

Book a private play experience with just your friends and family at Sky Zone Greenfield or Little Sprouts Play Cafe

May 29 - June 4: The Marcus Majestic Cinema of Brookfield will begin showing a double feature from its parking lot Friday, May 29, and it will continue seven days per week during the summer moviegoing season. The experience is comparable to the nostalgic drive-in, but on a smaller scale. A set of guidelines has been established for everyone’s safety – starting with ticket purchase, which is completely online.

 

A 42-foot screen is attached to the outside of the Majestic Cinema of Brookfield building, guests will tune into a radio frequency to access the sound, and lights will be turned down to create a moviegoing atmosphere in the lot. In addition, concessions/food and soda (no alcohol) are available for online ordering and pick-up at a designated area. There is space for approximately 100 cars, and, restrooms will be available for guests.

Nestled in beautiful Whitnall Park is Milwaukee County's very own Wehr Nature Center. It's the perfect destination for a family with young kids looking for easy hiking trails and accessible wildlife watching.

Bay View Printing Company is offering a super small class for you and only those you've been quarantined with. You can make posters, stationery, greeting cards, and more. They'll be sanitizing between groups, and face masks and gloves are required for all. Get more information and sign up on their class calendar.

No need to get out of the car to enjoy these 10 stunning murals that will make you proud to live here.

Discover 14 State Parks within one hour of Milwaukee that are now open to the public. It is unclear to us if restrooms, observation towers, and other buildings are open now. You need to buy an annual sticker *before* you go. And, parks may close if they reach capacity.


 

From Freeze Tag to Cornhole, from Hopscotch to Ring Toss, we're serving up more than 100 simple ways to have fun in your backyard this summer.

 

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