Waukesha makes up part of the Milwaukee metro area, but it is one of the furthest suburbs, located to the west of the city proper and south of Pewaukee. Pewaukee and Waukesha make up something of a unified area, as they are both relatively small suburbs with plenty of natural attractions.
Along with the farmland ringing Waukesha, there are plenty of things to see within the city itself. The Old World Wisconsin museum includes restored old buildings and other historical attractions. There is also the Ashton Arts Galley, the Almont Gallery, and the Rowe Art Gallery in or near the city.
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Waukesha was first settled in 1834, and it was incorporated in 1846 as the village of Prairieville. One year later, the village was renamed Waukesha. The first thing that the town was known for was the quality of its spring water, and this led to the creation of many luxury resorts and spas to appeal to wealthy tourists.
We went through Waukesha’s page on the US Census Bureau’s website and gathered some of the following info so that it would be easier to find:
- 78% White
- 12% Hispanic or Latino
- 3% African American
- 3% Asian
- 0.3% Native American
Waukesha is home to a population of about 72,000 people, and they are divided into 29,000 households. The median value of a home in the city is $199,000, and the median gross rent is $908.
- Along with cities like Miami, Los Angeles, and Nashville, Waukesha was selected by Gibson as a GuitarTown as it is the home town of Les Paul.
- Waukesha has regularly received a high ranking as one of the best places to live in America.
- Former First Lady Laura Bush named Waukesha a Preserve America City.
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