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Explore the Renaissance Garden's foliage, flowerbeds, water features, statuary and other landscape features all the way up to the Villa. (PHOTO: Villa Terrace Facebook)

Villa Terrace's first Thursday Night in the Garden is July 19

Thursday nights are about to get a little prettier in Milwaukee.

The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum will open the Demmer-Neptune Gate on July 19 for the first Thursday Night in the Garden, where the public can enjoy the beautiful Renaissance Garden and its Lake Michigan views.

Thursday Nights in the Garden is a weekly event, with extended hours from 5:30 to 8 p.m., that is free with paid admission to the museum – and free to museum members – though donations are accepted.

Visitors can enter the museum through the Demmer-Neptune Gate along Lincoln Memorial Drive and explore the Renaissance Garden's foliage, flowerbeds, water features, statuary and other landscape features all the way up to the Villa, 2220 N. Terrace Ave.

Bring friends, family or colleagues, get a drink from the cash bar (carry-ins of any kind are prohibited) and experience the beauty of the 95-year-old Italian Renaissance-style villa in a new way.

Thursday Nights in the Garden are subject to weather, so check the Villa Terrace's website for schedule and information prior to the day of the event.


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