Greenfield is a city in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. A suburb of Milwaukee, Greenfield is one of many bedroom communities in the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The population was 36,720 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Greenfield
4.5 based on 172 reviews
These gardens, located in Whitnall Park, offer an outstanding variety of plants and flowers including significant collections of roses and perennials.
Visiting the spectacular China Lights exhibit was worth dealing with the throngs of eager attendees who also marveled at the creative display of clever and historically inspired scenes. There is signage to describe each area, but the downloadable app allowed more detail. There were dance and martial arts performers and music adding to the feel of the experience. Parking in remote lots was aided by shuttle bus transport. I would suggest that at the entrance gate that there could be separate lines for persons who had prepaid vouchers. All in all a delightful evening.
5 based on 654 reviews
The Basilica of St. Josaphat is a ministry of the Conventual Franciscans on the South Side of Milwaukee in Historic Lincoln Village. The Basilica is a Franciscan center for prayer and spirituality, inspiration and beauty. It is home to a vibrant Roman Catholic parish and remains a testament to the faith of the Polish immigrants that created it. We invite you to join us for a visit, a tour, for worship or in prayer.
Its the gem of Milwaukee. its in a rough area of town, what appeared to be a hooker outside. lock your car doors hold your kids hands. the staff were nice.
4 based on 18 reviews
Welcome to Lightspeed Entertainment! The Milwaukee area's favorite high-energy, go-kart and laser tag destination!
We've been taking our four boys here for years. The staff is always super nice and the laser tag is awesome (I even play!). The go karts are electric and just fast enough to be fun for all ages but not so fast it scares the mom (me). There are also younger kid cars that only go 8 mph for the kiddos. (my 5 year old LOVES that he can drive his own car). I recommend the groupon for unlimited everything. You can spend Hours there on a cold winter day.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
The trails here are well marked and color coded so you can't get lost. All sorts of different habitats are experienced here. A nice clean air conditioned nature center building with restrooms and a souvenir shop. Plenty of parking but you'll have to pay a few dollars and post the receipt on your dashboard.
5 based on 6 reviews
Located in Historic Downtown Greendale, we serve world class wine and beer from small producers. Flights, rotating wines by the glass and a cozy lounge atmosphere.
We are visiting our long time best friends in Greendale, Wisconsin and want a friendly, fun place to relax and unwind. Our friends suggest the Vintage 38 in Historic, Downtown Greendale. What impressed us most was the friendliness of the staff and the care they took to please their customers. The wine selection was superb and the Craft Beers were a beer lovers dream!
Outside seating is a great way to enjoy the wonderful summer weather and table service is provided. Our long time good friends chose to sit outside and we enjoyed a wonderful, memorable summer evening.
Wisconsin has long been regarded as a very friendly, "Down Home" State. Vintage 38 is a "Down Home" Wisconsin, Wine Bar, with outstanding service and an excellent selection of fine wines and craft beers!
When in the greater Milwaukee, Greendale area, Vintage 38 will impress you as it has our good friends in the past and now, from their good friends from South Carolina.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
The West Allis farmers market is by far one of the best! This market is much more superior to the indoor produce section of the best Sendick's. The freshness and quality of the food being sold is some awesome stuff. The sellers are very friendly and happy to educate you on their products! From farm to your table!
4.5 based on 49 reviews
This is a very large park that seems to have something any time of year. There are lots and lots of trails - some covered with woodchips and some board walks. There is a golf course that would be of interest to the golfers. And, of course, in the summer there are the botanical gardens. Lots of places for a picnic. And if it continues, the incredible China Lights in the winter. It's truly a wonderful country experience only about 20 min. from downtown Milwaukee.
5 based on 4 reviews
Greendale is the quaint destination in Wisconsin that you have been searching for. This historic planned garden community has lovely shops, great dining options, family friendly events year-round and is surrounded by parks and green space. Take a walk through history in our charming "Greenbelt" community. Our Historic Greendale Welcome Center will inform you of everything you will want to know!
We had foreign exchange students staying with us and stopped by the visitor center to give them a better idea about the history of the place they would be staying. We found a soft cover book for a reasonable price that provided great details on the village's history. Greendale is a great place to spend a weekend especially during the Holidays and the Welcome Center is the best place to start
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Museum boasts an extensive collection of nearly 20,000 works, representing such artists as Pablo Picasso, Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol.
The building itself is a work of art, especially since it's perched right on the lake shore of Lake Michigan! Visiting would be enjoyable just walking around the grounds! But then you have the added experience of going into the art museum! What a wonderful way to spend a day!!
5 based on 262 reviews
A Milwaukee nonprofit dedicated to giving visitors a glimpse into Milwaukee life between the world wars with authentic items displayed in store settings. Handicap-accessible guided tours are offered at no additional charge, and there is free off-street parking behind the building.
I visited this fine museum with college friends while exploring Milwaukee. What a find! Mr. Chudnow's extensive collection of memorabilia transports the museum visitor back in time to the late 1800s through 1970. The rotating exhibits showcase everyday life in Milwaukee including a barbershop complete with a speakeasy from the Prohibition Era to a doctor's office, a movie theater, a grocery store and a pharmacy that legally dispensed drugs considered illegal today.
We enjoyed every minute of this tour guided by the museum director Steve. I highly recommend including a trip to the Chudnow Museum when you visit Milwaukee.
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