Middleton 2019 bucket list

From our variety of world cuisine to our award-winning parks and trails, Middleton offers something for every traveler. This year, make plans to sample the best of Middleton, a city that offers so many things to see and do. Here are five things on our 2019 bucket list.

Give your taste palette something new

Middleton’s food scene is growing! Some new places to check out: Taqueria Gonzalez, Longtable Beer Cafe and Grape Water – Tap Wine Bar.

Polka in the Bier Garten

Middleton’s award-winning Capital Brewery offers live music from mid-May through mid-October. Friday nights are especially popular—sometimes a polka band makes an appearance, so be sure to bring your dancing shoes!

Visit a shrine like no other

The National Mustard Museum is a shrine to all things sweet and spicy. It’s one of Wisconsin’s most unique tourist attractions, holding nearly 6,000 mustards from around the world. Sample some and find your favorite!

Follow Blackhawk’s steps

Middleton’s Native American history can be explored at Pheasant Branch Conservancy. Visit sacred burial mounds and see where Blackhawk camped in 1832. To experience some of this history on foot, park in one of the lots off Pheasant Branch Road and follow the trails to Frederick’s Hill.

Ride somewhere special

The free Middleton Trolley is the fun and convenient way to explore Middleton. This throwback ride takes passengers on a 30-minute loop past hotels, stores and restaurants. Whether you’re looking to shop, dine or play, the trolley will get you there. The 2019 services will end Dec. 31. Service for 2020 is March 31-Oct. 31.


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