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Milwaukee Museum Mile Day

Date(s) - Sunday, May 12th
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Jewish Museum Milwaukee

dsc0801-version-2Celebrate the eighth annual Milwaukee Museum Mile Day with your mom this Mother’s Day! The Milwaukee Museum Mile (MMM) was first formed in 2010, and this event attracts hundreds of visitors from Southeastern Wisconsin and beyond each year. Museumgoers, first-time visitors, and their families and friends have an opportunity to discover five of Milwaukee’s unique museum gems for free or reduced prices.

Activities for children and the young at heart will be offered at each location. Develop your photography skills with a “Zoom In Scavenger Hunt” at Jewish Museum Milwaukee and then investigate the story of Faye Schulman, the only Jewish Partisan to capture the World War II experience on film.

A free, continuous shuttle bus will travel between locations, 11am-4pm. Visitors can park at museum locations where parking is available or utilize street parking. Walking and bicycling to the event are also encouraged.

Milwaukee Museum Mile Day admission discounts as follows:

– Jewish Museum Milwaukee, 1360 N. Prospect Avenue (414-390-5730) – Free Admission
– Charles Allis Art Museum, 1801 N. Prospect Avenue (414-278-8295) – Free Admission
– Museum of Wisconsin Art at Saint John’s On The Lake, 1800 N. Prospect Avenue (414-831-6875) – Free Admission
– Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, 2220 N. Terrace Avenue (414-271-3656) – Free Admission
– North Point Lighthouse, 2650 N. Wahl Avenue (414-332-6754) – Reduced Admission

For more information about the Milwaukee Museum Mile and Milwaukee Museum Mile Day visit

 About the Museums on the Milwaukee Museum Mile
Five small and medium-sized arts and culture museums, located on Milwaukee’s historic East Side along the Lake Michigan shoreline, have created the Milwaukee Museum Mile. This joint effort among the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, The Charles Allis Art Museum, Museum of Wisconsin Art at Saint John’s On The Lake, The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, and the North Point Lighthouse at Lake Park, creates a simple and more affordable way for visitors to access and enjoy multiple museum experiences, while promoting the area as a destination to Milwaukee residents and visitors to our city. The museums are located in close proximity to one another, along N. Prospect Avenue and on N. Wahl and N. Terrace Avenues, creating a comfortable stroll for visitors, who can choose the sites most interesting to them and divide their time as they prefer.

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