Whether a baseball enthusiast or not, no visit to Milwaukee is complete without seeing a game at Miller Park. Just west from the downtown, the ballpark is easily accessible from I-94. After paying for parking, hang out with loyal tailgaters for burgers, beer, and cheese curds as the stadium gates tend to open only one hour before the first pitch. In case you're still finishing up dinner at a bar or tavern downtown, roundtrip shuttle lifts are also available.
Depending on the road team, tickets to Brewers games can go for $10 on up. Ballpark food options and prices are what you'd expect. While you never have to worry about getting rained upon during a game, the retractable-roofed ballpark can refrain wind circulation. So it might get a little muggy if it's a humid summer night. And make sure to stick around until the bottom of the sixth inning when the mascots compete in the famous Sausage Race.