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Bronzeville

The historic economic and social heart of Milwaukee’s African-American community, this area is now the center of major redevelopment efforts. Annual festivals celebrate the strong roots of jazz and the arts in the neighborhood, and the main thoroughfare, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, is lined with African American-owned businesses. Enjoy the diverse dining and shopping establishments on this street and throughout surrounding neighborhoods like Harambee and Halyard Park.

Gee's Clippers
Gee's Clippers
Basketball-Themed Barbershop
Juneteenth Day
Juneteenth Day
Festival Celebrating the Abolition of Slavery
Pilcrow Coffee
Pilcrow Coffee
Named "Best Cold Brew Coffee" In the Nation
Northern Chocolate Company
Northern Chocolate Company
Eclectic chocolatier with appointment-only store
Heart of Outdoor Art
Public Art is Everywhere
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Neighborhoods

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Local entrepreneurs and businesses are bringing new energy and experience to this historic street in Milwaukee's Bronzeville neighborhood.

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Arts in Bronzeville
Arts & Culture

Arts in Bronzeville

Music and the arts have always been an important part of the Bronzeville community. Today, a number of artists work and create here.

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Black History

America's Black Holocaust Museum returns to Bronzeville in summer of 2018 after ten years as a digital museum. You can also learn more about the history of African Americans in Wisconsin at the nearby Wisconsin Black Historical Society Museum.

Locally Made

Award-winning cold brew at Pilcrow Coffee, fresh juice at Urban Beets, Cajun favorite at On the Bayou, and more: taste the flavors of the neighborhood at locally-owned cafes and restaurants.

A Little Off the Top

The basketball-themed Gee's Clippers isn't just a popular barber shop among Bronzeville residents, but also the go-to spot for Milwaukee Bucks players in need of a haircut.

Bronzeville Partners