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 Milwaukee County Historical Society was founded in 1935 and is dedicated to preserving the history and stories of Milwaukee County. Their collection includes more than 50,000 pieces and one million photographs housed in a historic bank building. From bridges and breweries to founders and
Join Hangman Tours on one of the quirkiest tours you can take in Milwaukee. Shakers is considered one of the five most haunted bars in the nation and has been home to a cemetery, speakeasy and brothel. Shakers Original Ghost Tour runs about 60 minutes and allows you to take an uneasy glimpse into
The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is an interactive and educational museum with hands-on exhibits designed for children ages 10 and under. Engaging exhibits promote creativity, problem-solving, and incorporation of math and science concepts. The Museum offers sensory-friendly sessions for those
The Grohmann Museum is part of the Milwaukee School of Engineering campus and contains the world’s most comprehensive art collection dedicated to human work from medieval times to present. Their collection includes more than 1,500 paintings, sculptures and works on paper
Pettit National Ice Center is an Olympic training site and one of only 30 400-meter speed skating ovals in the world. The Pettit Ice Center has open hockey, public skating, and a 445-meter indoor run/walk track. Check their website for times of public sessions
Bust-n-Stuff is a great place to blow off steam in a safe and fun manner. The rage room allows you to smash a variety of glass or porcelain objects like bottles, jars, plates and even metal filing cabinets with bats, sledgehammers, golf clubs, etc. Sessions are available by appointment only for