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Arts and Culture Weekend Getaway in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
By car: Time your drive right and you'll fly to Milwaukee in 1-1/2 hours. Just go straight north on I-90/94, continuing on US-41 North when it splits. If you're traveling at rush hour, factor in another 20 minutes or so. Once you get there, public parking lots abound, and rates are a fraction of what Chicago charges.
By train: The Hiawatha Amtrak line runs seven roundtrips (six on Sunday) from Chicago's Union Station to Milwaukee's Intermodal Station, which is downtown within a short walk of several hotels and a quick taxi ride to other destinations. You'll avoid traffic and can count on a simple 90-minute ride.
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