When it comes to culture, the offerings of Milwaukee are often overlooked. The truth is, however, that when it comes to museums, we've got more than our fair share of world class offerings. From a great children's museum, to our beautiful lakefront properties, giant natural history museum and more, you could spend a week visiting Milwaukee's...
Discovery World is 120,000-square foot interactive science and technology museum located on Milwaukee's lakefront. Features include "Les Paul's House of Sound" -- in which guests can "play" a virtual jam session with Les Paul, the Reiman Aquarium and "touch tank," a video and audio production studio...
Milwaukee's Harley-Davidson Museum is the city's new kid on the block, having opened in 2008 for the 125th anniversary of the famous motorcycle brand. Exhibits chronicle the evolution of the Harley over the decades
Betty Brinn Children's Museum
The Betty Brinn Children's Museum is an educational, yet entertaining, destination for families with young kids.
Milwaukee Public Museum
The Milwaukee Public Museum is one of the oldest and largest natural history museums in the country. Opened in 1884, the Milwaukee Public Museum is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2009.
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
Overlooking Lake Michigan, the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum is a popular Milwaukee arts destination housed in an Italian Renaissance-style villa designed and built by architect David Adler in 1923.
Milwaukee Art Museum
A city landmark, the Milwaukee Art Museum houses nearly 20,000 works of Old Masters and 19th and 20th century art.
The Charles Allis Art Museum
Built in 1911, the Charles Allis house is a beautiful Tudor-style mansion located on Milwaukee's Prospect Avenue. Better known as the Charles Allis Art Museum, the home is now a showcase for the Allis' extensive collection of paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics and more, as well as a popular place for hosting special events.
"Body Worlds" at the Milwaukee Public Museum
"Body Worlds" in Milwaukee -- Tips for Visiting "Body Worlds" at the Milwaukee Public Museum
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
A tribute to Jewish people who made their way to southeastern Wisconsin through successive waves of immigration in the 19th and 20th centuries
The Grohmann Museum
The world's most comprehensive art collection dedicated to the evolution of human work.
International Clown Hall of Fame
Yes, the International Clown Hall of Fame really does exist, at Wisconsin State Fair Park.