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!

  • 401 W. North Avenue
  • (414) 209-3640

We envision a society that remembers its past to shape a better future-a nation undivided by race where every person matters equally. The Museum's Four Themes: Remembrance, Resistance, Redemption, and Reconciliation. Remembrance: In every Gallery we remember important historical…

  • 917 W. Juneau Avenue
  • (414) 630-1609

Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery, located at the heart of the former Pabst brewery really does live up to its name. This historic gem, in the middle of downtown Milwaukee, celebrates the history of Pabst with architecture that will make the building’s German heritage…

  • 929 E. Wisconsin Avenue
  • (414) 390-5437

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

  • 1919 12th Avenue
  • 414-671-3850

The Bucyrus Museum celebrates the origins of Bucyrus and related companies from 1880-2011. For over 135 years, Bucyrus, Bucyrus-Erie, and Bucyrus International was the world leader for design and manufacture of earth moving equipment. Amount them were 77 of the 102 steam shovels…

  • 1801 N. Prospect Avenue
  • (414) 278-8295

Explore the historic home and art collection of Charles and Sarah Allis (of the Allis Chalmers Company). Become immersed in the passion for fine art and culture that led Sarah and Charles to turn their home into a museum for the public. From paintings, ceramics, bronzes and…

  • 1024 E. State Street
  • (414) 271-5058

Including works of art that represent more than 600 artists, the David Barnett Gallery specializes in European and American masters, regional and nationally recognized artists and emerging artists. Also represented are artworks from Latin America and Asia, as well as Ethnographic…

  • 500 N. Harbor Drive
  • (414) 765-9966

Discovery World is an extraordinary experience devoted to sharing the wonders of science and igniting a love of endless exploration. We are the spark of joy in a child’s eyes when they make a connection with a living creature. Here at our world-class facility on Lake Michigan’s…

  • 2002 Church Street
  • (262) 642-3263

We maintain and operate historic electric trolley and interurban railroad cars on track completed by The Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company (TMER&L) in 1907. We offer regularly scheduled train rides every Saturday and Sunday from April through late October. Trains run on…

  • Milwaukee School of Engineering
  • (414) 277-2300

The Grohmann Museum is home to the Man at Work collection, which comprises more than 1,400 paintings and sculptures dating from 1580 to the present. They reflect a variety of artistic styles and subjects that document the evolution of organized work: from farming and mining to…

  • Marquette University Campus
  • (414) 288-1669

Special exhibitions feature old master to contemporary paintings, works on paper, and sculpture. More than 10,000 pieces in the permanent collection. The Museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  • 400 W. Canal Street
  • (414) 287-2789

Harley-Davidson motorcycles bring heart-thumping adventure, life-changing freedom and a bit of rebellion into the lives of people around the world. But whether you were born to be wild - or mild - makes no difference at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Much…

  • 1360 N. Prospect Avenue
  • (414) 390-5730

As the most vibrant Jewish cultural organization in the Midwest, we build bridges between diverse communities with shared histories; we explore contemporary issues through the lens of Jewish history, culture and values; and inspire artists, thinkers, educators, students, and…

  • 608 New York Avenue
  • (920) 458-6144

Contemporary arts center, acclaimed for dynamic explorations of contemporary American visual and performing arts including sculpture, crafts, photography and the work of self-taught artists.

  • 700 N. Art Museum Drive
  • (414) 224-3200

The Milwaukee Art Museum houses a rich collection of over 30,000 works, with strengths in 19th- and 20th-century American and European art, contemporary art, American decorative arts, and is the world’s leading repository for work by untrained creators. The Museum campus is…

  • 910 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
  • (414) 273-8288

MCHS was founded in 1935 as the repository for County records and since that time, has continued to expand our services to the community. More than one million documents and photographs and more than 60,000 artifacts are preserved by MCHS and it is our hope to share these…

  • 800 W. Wells Street
  • (414) 278-2728

Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) is the most visited museum in the state, featuring three floors of immersive exhibits that take people around the world, back in time, and even to outer-space. A natural history museum full of new things to discover around every corner, MPM helps…

  • Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport
  • (414) 747-4503

Small aviation history museum illustrating contributions made in and by people/companies from Milwaukee and Southeastern Wisconsin.

  • 205 Veterans Avenue
  • (262) 334-9638

A vital cultural center, educational institution, and an expanding network of ideas, A vital cultural center, educational institution, an expanding network of ideas, the Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) collects and interprets American art through the lens of a single state…

  • 520 E. Mill Street
  • (920) 892-8409

Art exhibits showcasing Wisconsin Fine Artists, ongoing classes; theatre, concerts, festivals: Fine Arts Fair, Cheese Capital Jazz Crawl and "Paint the Town, en Plein Air"

  • 441 Main Street
  • (262) 638-8300

The Racine Art Museum holds the largest and most significant contemporary craft collection in North America, with more than 10,000 objects from nationally and internationally recognized artists. There's always something new to see at RAM with 15-20 art exhibitions offered each…

  • 2220 N. Terrace Avenue
  • (414) 271-3656

Welcome to Milwaukee's Mediterranean! Built in 1923, the Villa Terrace Art Museum features contemporary art exhibitions and houses the world's largest Colnik collection in an Italian Renaissance-style villa on the bluffs of Lake Michigan with expansive gardens for visitors to…

  • 750 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive
  • (414) 273-5533

Dedicated on Veterans Day 1957 and designated a Milwaukee Landmark in 1974, The War Memorial Center is the stunning architectural achievement of renowned Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen, whose work also included the St. Louis Gateway Arch, New York’s John F. Kennedy…

  • 1635 W. St. Paul Avenue
  • (414) 635-1848

The Warehouse Art Museum (WAM) is the only museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin dedicated exclusively to the exhibition and study of modern and contemporary art. Opened in 2018, WAM occupies the ground floor of a historic five-story concrete and brick warehouse in the city’s iconic…

  • N50 W5050 Portland Road
  • (262) 546-0300

Experience the best of quilts, traditional needle arts and contemporary fiber arts on a historic 1850s farm site in Cedarburg. Rotating exhibits, gift shop, tours, and classes and now virtual Friday programs!



Get in touch with nature at these gardens and green spaces around Milwaukee.

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Let us help plan your next Milwaukee tour. Review this checklist of attractions, festivals, gardens, tours and more below for great itinerary ideas. 


Make a stop to these shopping destinations around Milwaukee to shop the best retailers, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and premium outlets.

Sporting Events

Grab a foam finger, some team spirit, and group tickets to cheer on one of Milwaukee’s teams, from Major League Baseball to college sports to roller derby.


From Broadway to cabaret, Milwaukee is a powerhouse when it comes to the performing arts. Cutting-edge, contemporary theater, modern and experimental dance, a thriving live…