Introduction to Glendale, Wisconsin
Glendale, Wisconsin, in Milwaukee county, is located 6 miles N of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Glendale developed rapidly in the 1950s. The area was originally inhabited by the Potawatomi and Winnebago Indians and was a part of the Michigan territory. The white settlers of the area first arrived in the 1830s. It became a part of the Milwaukee County in 1836. The City of Glendale was incorporated on December 28, 1950. It is located in Milwaukee County, which was founded in 1834.
Glendale and nearby Attractions
- Bay Shore Shopping Center
- Milwaukee Art Museum
- Pabst House
- Milwaukee County Zoo
- Pike Lake State Park
- Patrick & Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art
Things To Do In Glendale
Glendale offers a wide variety of opportunities for recreation. One can visit the local parks like Kletzsch Park and Lincoln Park. The Bay Shore Shopping Center and Glen - Bay Shopping Center are the popular shopping destinations. History buffs should visit the Milwaukee Art Museum, Discovery World Museum of Science, Economics & Technology, Betty Brinn Children's Museum, and Milwaukee Public Museum. In addition, the city hosts the Oktoberfest every year.
General Mitchell International Airport is nearby.
Glendale Higher Education
Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee Area Technical College, and Marquette University are in the neighborhood.