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Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Children's
The Betty Brinn Children's Museum is dedicated to providing interactive exhibits and educational resources that promote the healthy development of children in their formative years—from birth through age ten. The Museum experience encourages hands-on learning and the development of fundamental skills, self-esteem, and the ability to work with others.
Hales Corners, Wisconsin
Botanical Garden
Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Historic House
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Art, Botanical Garden, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
Designed by prominent Milwaukee architect Alexander Eschweiler for Charles Allis, the first president of Allis Chalmers, and his wife Sarah in 1911, this unique Tudor-style mansion and art collection was built with the sole purpose of bequeathing it to the public to delight, educate and inspire.
Cudahy, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Aquarium, Children's, Science
Brookfield, Wisconsin
History, Historic House, Historical Society
Founded in 1980, the Elmbrook Historical Society currently has over 200 members who care deeply about preserving the history of Brookfield and Elm Grove and its historic buildings. The Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum is its main project.
Greendale, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
History
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Art
Hales Corners, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
History
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Art
Greendale, Wisconsin
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
The Curtin House was built in 1846, the first stone house in the old Town of Greenfield. David Curtin, an Irish immigrant, built the house with the help of an Irish stone mason using stone from the quary north of Grange Ave.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Culture, History, Historical Society, Library
Through interactive displays, a focused education program and special events, the Museum conveys the history of Milwaukee's Jewish community in a way that emphasizes the American values of tolerance, respect, freedom and celebration of diversity.
Shorewood, Wisconsin
General, History, Park
Kilbourntown House was built in 1844 by Benjamin Church, a carpenter from New York. Church, his wife and 6 children lived in the house, which was originally located in the section of Milwaukee known as Kilbourntown. An excellent example of Greek Revival architecture, the house was saved from destruction in 1938 when it was moved to Estabrook Park and restored as a WPA project.
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Lowell Damon House, completed in 1847, is Wauwatosa, Wisconsin's oldest home and a classic example of colonial architecture. The rear five rooms were built in 1844 for Oliver Damon, who migrated to the Wisconsin Territoy from New Hampshire. In 1846, Oliver's son Lowell constructed the handsome front of the home. Guided tours for groups are available by appointment.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
University
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Art
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park
Located in the historic Second Ward Savings Bank (built in 1913), the Milwaukee County Historical Society provides visitors with a glimpse at unique architecture and rotating exhibitions. The exhibits explore Milwaukee County's past, the achievemtns of its people and the community's ties to the state and nation.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Anthropology, Aquarium, Arboretum, Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Children's, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Zoo
The year 2010 will offer visitors dynamic special exhibits and activities for kids and adults. Our summer exhibit, “Adventure Dinosaur!” will feature a prehistoric park, with more than 25 dinosaurs – lurking, moving and rumbling in their tropical outdoor habitat. The exhibit runs May 29 – September 6, and is $2.50 per person after regular Zoo admission.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
History
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Library
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
History
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Art
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Park
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Art, Children's, General, Specialized
Bobble over to the world’s only Bobblehead Museum. Featuring the largest bobblehead collection, exhibits, store, event space & more, the National Bobblehead HOF and Museum is fun for everyone! Not just for sports fans, the Museum also features movie, TV, pop-culture, vintage and thousands of other unique bobbleheads. Conveniently located in Walker’s Point near the 3rd Ward in Downtown Milwaukee.
Shorewood, Wisconsin
Historical Society
South Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Saint Francis, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Greendale, Wisconsin
Botanical Garden, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Nature Centers, Park
View authentic 19th century farm life and peek inside a lime kiln to discover how limestone was converted to a commercial and agriculture chemical. Listed on the National Regiser of Historic Places and designated a State Historic Site and a Milwaukee County Landmark, Trimborn Farm is unique - a Civil War farmstead in the midst of a major metropolitan area.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Art
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Art, Botanical Garden, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
Overlooking Lake Michigan, the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum was designed and built in the style of an Italian Renaissance villa by architect David Adler in 1923. The building was originally the residence of former A.O. Smith president, Lloyd Smith, and his family.
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Historical Society
West Allis, Wisconsin
Historical Society
West Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
History, Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
History, Historical Society, Library
Join with us as we salute Wisconsin’s workers and their unions for helping to make Wisconsin a great state! Look at our history, share your own history, preserve that history and tell it to coming generations. The Society is totally volunteer, is a nonprofit organization and is affiliated with the Wisconsin Historical Society.