• Laverne & Shirley and Beyond Tour

  • Schlemeil, Schlimazel, Hasenpfeffer Incorporated!
    Take a step back in Milwaukee history on this retro and fun tour in Wisconsin.

    Makes a GREAT Mystery Tour! Best availability for the tour is on a Saturday or Sunday….but can be adjusted for weekdays.

    This tour is not accessible for wheelchairs.

  • Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear

    Located in a historic building and displays the late Avrum Chudnow’s extensive and eclectic collection of early 20th Century Americana. The museum contains various shops and exhibits from his collection, from the 1920’s and1930’s era. It truly is a step back in time. 

  • The Safe House

    Lunch is top-secret at the Safe House, a popular spy-themed restaurant since 1966. 

  • The Milwaukee Fire Education Center and Museum

    A unique stop at a fire station that was built in 1927 and is now the Milwaukee Fire Museum, containing fire apparatus dating back to 1927, including the department’s first ambulance, a 1947 Cadillac. See several original chairs that were built in a state prison, a dormatory style bunk-room, a time related kitchen, and a hose tower. 

  • Miss Katie's Diner

    Family-style dinner features Miss Katie’s famous Ribs and Fried Chicken served family style. Miss Katie’s has had some famous people stop for food, like President Bill Clinton and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, and First Lady Michelle Obama. 

  • Guided Tour with Costumed Lavern or Shirley Guides

    You’ve never been on a tour like this before. We will take a tour of Milwaukee’s City Hall, featured in the opening shot of the Laverne & Shirley show.

  • Polish Flats and Fonz Statue

    Also on the tour see the Polish Flats which is the style of housing they lived in, the brewery where they worked and the Fonz Statue.

  • Mini Bowling

    Take in a game of mini-bowling to see who in the group is the best bowlers. If you are unable to bowl...you will have just as much fun watching everyone else.

  • Leon’s Drive-In

    We’ll make a much needed stop for a frozen custard treat at Leon’s Drive-In, a real Milwaukee tradition.  

  • Clock Shadow Creamery

    Visit Clock Shadow Creamery where you will hear about how this Urban cheese farm makes their cheese and Wednesday is fresh cheese curd day!

  • Kochanski’s Concertina Beer Hall

    GET READY to Polka the night away at Kochanski’s Concertina Beer Hall for Polka Open Jam Night. Enjoy the music, get up and dance or feel free to join in on stage. This night is all about fun and enjoying good Polka music. The first Polish Tap beer or glass of wine is included (soda available for those who do not wish  to drink).

  • America’s Tallest Flagpole

    We’ll make a stop at America’s Tallest Flagpole at the Acuity Insurance Company in Sheboygan, WI. This flagpole is a 400-foot-tall mega-pole and was dedicated on June 16th, 2014. 

  • Wreck of Lottie Cooper

    Located on the Sheboygan’s lakefront is the Wreck of Lottie Cooper. In April of 1896 the three-masted schooner Lottie Cooper was wrecked just off Sheboygan, in a roaring gale.  The wreckage is now on display at the lakefront . Numerous signs and drawings give you a view of what a 19th century lake schooner was like. The display is the only one of its kind in the Great Lakes. 

  • James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden

    We’ll make a stop in the small Town of Wilson at the James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden. A cool mix of woodland creatures, religious and historical figures, Indians, pioneers, gnomes and small castles. The entrance to the garden is a crudely done faux bois fence with a scary looking Indian chief crouched behind it.

  • Kohler Design Center

    A three-level showcase of innovative product design and technology, creative achievement and American history. A fusion of old and new, the space offers a comprehensive representation of Kohler Company's state-of-the-art products and stunning examples of the company's contributions to gracious living and interior design.  

  • John Michael Kohler Arts Center

    The center presents contemporary American art with emphasis on craft-related forms, folk traditions, new genres and the work of self-taught artists.  One gallery presents works form the Arts/Industry Program, which brings artists to work in studios within the Kohler company factory.  There are 11 galleries in all to explore.

  • The Waeldehaus

    Built in the architectural style of Bregenzerwald region of Austria, ancestral home of the Kohler family.  This "house in the woods" features carvings woodcuts, iron and pewter work designed by Kaspar Albrecht, a talented Austrian sculptor and architect.  This is a guided tour.  After the tour, free time to explore the gardens and grounds.