Mitchell Gallery of Flight is an aviation museum located in Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport. Their displays and exhibits showcase southeast Wisconsin’s flight heritage. The artifacts, displays, and photographs are a blast from the past!
The Latino Arts Gallery is the only gallery in Milwaukee dedicated to showcasing the work of Hispanic and Latin American artists. The 3,000-square-foot gallery contains exhibits chosen for their cultural and educational value. They also offer self-guided Hispanic heritage tours. Latino Arts hosts
Black Cat Alley is an outdoor street art gallery featuring 21 murals by artists from all over the world. Located behind the historic Oriental Theatre, this transformed alley is popular with both locals and visitors.
The Harley-Davidson Museum holds an unrivaled collection of Harley-Davidson motorcycles and memorabilia on a 20-acre campus. Five galleries on the first floor showcase the stories of the people, products, culture and history that shaped the Harley-Davidson Motor Company and made it what it is
The Charles Allis Art Museum is a 1911 Tudor-style mansion built for Charles and Sarah Ellis, whose ancestors are traced to the Mayflower. The Museum contains original furnishings and an art collection spanning more than 2,000 years, including Asian porcelains, European bronze sculptures, American
The Urban Ecology Center at Riverside Park sits on 15 acres of wooded land and riparian habitat along the Milwaukee River. The Center is home to live animals and educational exhibits and resource materials. It is also located on the Oak Leaf Recreational Trail
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (The Domes)
One of the most recognizable landmarks in Milwaukee’s landscape is the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, lovingly known by locals as The Domes. The Conservatory is a living plant museum, and its collection includes more than 1,800 plant species from around the world. The three domes