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Well, it's exactly what I expected: a bronze state of Fonzie. While the surrounding construction made it a little bit more challenging to get to, it was still fairly easy to find. It's good for a picture and a laugh but not much else.
Bronze Fonz is a public artwork statue by Gerald Sawyer and is on the Riverwalk south of Wells St. It depicts the actor Henry Winkler as "The Fonz" in the 70's tv show Happy Days. He is dressed in Fonzie's typical leather jacket and jeans...More
Any fan of Laverne and Shirley or Happy Days will enjoy the sights of Milwaukee. This was well worth the stop. Fonz is getting a lot of love and needs a bit of a paint job. At 5' 6", he's to scale with the real...More
I knew it wouldn’t be all that exciting to see the Bronze Fonz once we found him (construction threw us off a little). But it was still fun to get a picture with him and mark that off our list of things we wanted to...More
While not something that is going to make or break your trip, this was fun to visit and take a few photos with. It is right on the Riverwalk and has some signs to direct you to were it is. If you're in town with...More
This was o our list of to do’s while in downtown Milwaukee having found our way down by the river we walked along to The Fonz. Have to say really disappointed when we got there...not realistic but we saw the bronze Fonz!
Our Fonzie is a one-of-a-kind and he is quite the photographed celebrity here in Milwaukee! Situated along the Milwaukee river walk, he has reason to appear in many photos. Fonzie was a good guy in "Happy Days" and we are proud of him! AAAAYYYYYY!