Milwaukee Museum Days Return for 2024


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The America’s Black Holocaust Museum is excited to join in the celebration of the 2024 Milwaukee Museum Days, taking place from January 18 to 28, 2024.

Museum Days is making a return, aiming to encourage people to explore the wealth of offerings from nearly 30 outstanding museums in Milwaukee. This campaign invites visitors to delve into the city’s diverse cultural and historical treasures at attractive prices, providing an opportunity to discover new museums or special exhibits. Throughout Museum Days, participating museums generously offer either complimentary or significantly discounted admissions.

This year’s promotion builds upon the success of last year’s campaign, contributing to a notable increase in museum visits across the region. It’s a wonderful occasion to engage with the rich cultural tapestry Milwaukee has to offer.

Past Participating museums include:

  • America’s Black Holocaust Museum
  • Betty Brinn Children’s Museum
  • Bucyrus Museum
  • Cedarburg Art Museum
  • Charles Allis Art Museum and Villa Terrace Art Museum
  • Discovery World
  • Grohmann Museum
  • Haggerty Museum of Art
  • Harley-Davidson Museum
  • IPAMA Institute for the Preservation of African American Music and Arts
  • Jewish Museum Milwaukee
  • John Michael Kohler Arts Center
  • Lynden Sculpture Garden
  • Milwaukee Art Museum
  • Milwaukee County Historical Society
  • Milwaukee County Zoo
  • Milwaukee Public Museum
  • Milwaukee War Memorial Center
  • Mitchell Park Domes – Horticultural Conservatory
  • National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Pabst Mansion
  • Photoverse Selfie Museum
  • Racine Art Museum
  • RAM’s Wustum Museum of Fine Arts
  • Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel
  • Selfie Hop
  • Warehouse Art Museum

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