(Closed) Batchelorette party in Milwaukee! Need Ideas!

posted 5 years ago in Milwaukee
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Bumble Beekeeper

One Friday night a month the Milwaukee Art Museum has an After Dark event where the museum is open late with drinks, music, other fun stuff.

You might also consider one of those “wine and painting” places that have canvases that you paint there, and those that drink can do so if they want.

Evolution Gastropong has ping pong with a fun vibe. I don’t think any of these places card but am not completely sure.

 

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

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macmac:  I once went to a bachelorette party in Milwaukee and we went to a fun restaurant called Safe House! It’s all spy themed and they make you do or say something silly to get in. They made a pretty big deal out of it being her bachelorette party. It was fun. 

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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

When is the party? If it’s during the summer I have always loved Brewer’s games and tailgates. I have been to a few bachelorette parties at Miller Park (and have organized one) and always had a great time.

Another option as PP said, is the Safe House. It’s a restaurant so they don’t ID at the door but they have a great bar and spy them there.

Are you able to meet up with or split up with the under 21s at any point? If so, I suggest a boat bar crawl (http://www.riverwalkboats.com/). We did this for my party and met up with the under 21s for dinner after.

If the bride like ice cream drinks, I love Bryant’s Cocktail lounge and I believe they ID when you order a drink instead of at the door so the under 21s might at least be allowed in.

They just opened an escape room in Milwaukee (http://www.escapemke.com/) where you have a mission to complete. I haven’t done it but it looks like a lot of fun!

The brewery tours in the area are great too. It looks like the Miller tour is open to under 21s (http://www.millercoors.com/Brewery-Tours/Milwaukee-Brewery-Tour/Tour-Information.aspx) and so is the Sprecher Brewery (http://www.sprecherbrewery.com/tours.php).

I no longer live in Milwaukee but I sure miss it!

 

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Bumble bee

Have you considered an Edelweiss cruise down the river? Those are fun and alcohol is optional. 

Post # 6
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

Yes to Safe House! Good food and a fun environment. The Miller tour is free and a fun experience.

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