It's time to join the Milwaukee Public Museum for a virtual event unlike any other: A Moveable Feast 2.0. Here's everything you need to know to attend.
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The second annual Milwaukee Museum Week takes place Jan. 18-26 with fun events, interesting programs and special experiences to participate in at 17 Milwaukee museums.
Call it a Nightmare on Wells Street. But, if you're even the slightest of arachnophobes, take comfort in the fact that the new "Spiders Alive!" exhibit now open at Milwaukee Public Museum, 800 W. Wells St., doesn't take inspiration from the museum's butterfly wing.
Now that interim Milwaukee Public Museum President and CEO Dr. Ellen Censky has been given the position on a permanent basis, we caught up with her to talk a bit about the museum and its future.
The Milwaukee Public Museum has a new exhibit, The Power of Poison, that's organized by the American Museum of Natural History and runs though July 7.
A report released today recommends that the Domes be demolished and replaced with a new horticultural conservatory that would be paired with a new Milwaukee Public Museum in Mitchell Park on Milwaukee's South Side.
In honor of Black History Month, the Milwaukee Public Museum has created a program spotlighting the story of the Watson family, who will offer insights into the city's African-American community at the dawn of the 20th century.
This morning I bellied up to the bar at the Schlitz tied house in the Streets of Old Milwaukee for my usual three quick shots of breakfast whiskey where the saloonkepper reminded me that the Milwaukee Public Museum's 21st annual Food & Froth is slated for Saturday, Feb. 16, from 7 until 10 p.m.
The Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) Board of Directors announced Wednesday morning that museum President and CEO Dennis Kois will resign at the end of August for undisclosed personal reasons.
The Milwaukee Public Museum today released the first of several concepts for the MPM's future new location, aiming to break ground on the new building sometime in 2022.
This list features fun stuff in and around Milwaukee for kids of all ages. From smelling the roses at Boerner Botanical Gardens to visiting Old World Wisconsin, this list is chock full of suggestions to keep your little ones entertained all year long.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. No, not Christmas (though considering the cold temperatures and chance of snow, you could've had us fooled) - Milwaukee Day! And here's how to celebrate Cream City in style.
Milwaukee Public Museum just opened its latest traveling exhibition this week and it covers some familiar ground. "Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed" is the largest exhibition about the ancient Maya ever to be displayed in the United States. You can see it here until May.
You don't have to be THAT old to remember the days when Old Smoky used to serve Bay View. The neutered steam locomotive didn't go actually anywhere, but folks loved it just the same ... at least for a little while.
Via nearly 200 objects - most from the museums own collections - Milwaukee Public Museum's new exhibition, "Weapons: Beyond the Blade," explores the history, meanings and innovation of weapons across human history. The show runs through Jan. 1, 2018.