Meet you at the Harley-Davidson Museum

This year's destination for water innovation & stewardship

water leaders summit 2022

Oct. 5-6, 2022 | Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA

VENUE & HOTEL INFORMATION

VENUE
Harley-Davidson Museum
400 W. Canal St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
USA


AREA HOTELS
The Water Council receives 10% of the proceeds when you book with The Pfister Hotel or Hilton Milwaukee City Center using the links below.
The Pfister Hotel
Hilton Milwaukee City Center

Additional Milwaukee hotels:
Drury Plaza Hotel Milwaukee Downtown
Kimpton Journeyman Hotel Historic Third Ward Milwaukee
The Iron Horse Hotel
Hyatt Place Milwaukee
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
 
Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Downtown
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Downtown Milwaukee
The Westin Milwaukee
Saint Kate the Arts Hotel

transportation

Listed below are the area airports and transportation services available for attendees.

General Mitchell International Airport
5300 S. Howell Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53207 USA
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Dane County Regional Airport
4000 International Lane
Madison, WI 53704 USA
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O’Hare International Airport
10000 W. O’Hare Avenue
Chicago, IL 60666 USA
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Taxi, bus, ride share options and other transportation information can be found here.

experience MILWAUKEE

Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is best known for its famous breweries; cheese; the Brewers, our Major League Baseball team; and the Bucks, our National Basketball Association team. Milwaukee is rich in historical and cultural attractions, including the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee County Zoo and countless festivals throughout the year. Learn more about our great city at Visit Milwaukee.

It is all about the beer! In fact, many of the businesses that are part of the water technology cluster in Milwaukee making pumps, meters, valves, pipes, filters and other gadgets used to be suppliers to the large breweries. Experience the city that built beer on one of the many brewery tours available.

Wisconsin is home to more than 200 water technology companies and 20 academic institutions with water-based curriculum, including the nation’s only School for Freshwater Sciences and Institute for Water Business.