Let us help plan your next Milwaukee tour. Review this checklist of museums for great itinerary ideas. This list is just a starting point because Milwaukee has much to offer!

  1. Betty Brinn Children's Museum

    Children's Museum

    Betty Brinn Children's Museum

    Milwaukee's children's museum featuring hands-on exhibits and interactive programs. A fun place where children and grown-ups play and learn together.

    929 E. Wisconsin Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI • 53202
    (414) 390-5437
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  2. Bucyrus Museum


    Bucyrus Museum

    Come explore the history of Bucyrus and the engineering accomplishments that changed the world. Try your hand running a shovel, sit in a dragline seat, and learn where in the world minerals are mined.

    1919 12th Avenue
    South Milwaukee, WI • 53172
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  3. Discovery World

    Science & Technology Museum

    Discovery World

    Milwaukee's own science museum includes interactive exhibits, educational programs & more!

    500 N. Harbor Drive
    Milwaukee, WI • 53202
    (414) 765-9966
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  4. Grohmann Museum

    Art Museum

    Grohmann Museum

    The Grohmann Museum is home to the world’s most comprehensive art collection dedicated to the evolution of human work.

    Milwaukee School of Engineering
    1000 N. Broadway
    Milwaukee, WI • 53202
    (414) 277-2300
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  5. Enriching the intellectual and creative lives of students and communities at large through collections, exhibitions, and programs. Free admission.

    Marquette University Campus
    530 N. 13th Street
    Milwaukee, WI • 53233
    (414) 288-1669
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  6. Jewish Museum Milwaukee

    Jewish Museum

    Jewish Museum Milwaukee

    Explore exhibits and programs that build bridges between diverse communities though shared histories and examine contmeporary issues though the lens of Jewish history, art, and culture.

    1360 N. Prospect Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI • 53202
    (414) 390-5730
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  7. The Milwaukee County Historical Society was founded in 1935 and is the place to learn about and celebrate Milwaukee. Extensive museum & research library in a historic Milwaukee bank.

    910 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
    Milwaukee, WI • 53202
    (414) 273-8288
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  8. Milwaukee Public Museum

    Human & Natural History Museum

    Milwaukee Public Museum

    The Milwaukee Public Museum is Wisconsin’s Natural History Museum, where every visit is a new adventure through the world of natural science and human history!

    800 W. Wells Street
    Milwaukee, WI • 53233
    (414) 278-2728
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  9. Fine art exhibits showcasing WI artists, gift shop, music & theatre performances, art classes-all ages. Bus tours and school groups welcome. Accepting new members.

    520 E. Mill Street
    Plymouth, WI • 53073
    (920) 892-8409
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  10. War Memorial Center

    Historical Museum

    War Memorial Center

    Stunning memorial to those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Perfect lakefront location for your special event or wedding

    750 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive
    Milwaukee, WI • 53202
    (414) 273-5533
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  11. The Warehouse Art Museum features curated contemporary art exhibitions from our permanent collection. Located in the Guardian Fine Art Services Building. Free and open to the public. More info at WAMmke.org.

    1635 W. St. Paul Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI • 53233
    (414) 635-1848
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