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A man stands in front of the Djingareyber mosque on February 4, 2016 in Timbuktu, central Mali. 
Mali's fabled city of Timbuktu on February 4 celebrated the recovery of its historic mausoleums, destroyed during an Islamist takeover of northern Mali in 2012 and rebuilt thanks to UN cultural agency UNESCO.
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African Peoples Before Captivity
Shackles from Slave Ship Henrietta Marie
Kidnapped: The Middle Passage
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Nearly Three Centuries Of Enslavement
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Reconstruction: A Brief Glimpse of Freedom
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One Hundred Years of Jim Crow
Civil Rights protest in Alabama
I Am Somebody! The Struggle for Justice
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NOW: Free At Last?
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Memorial to the Victims of Lynching
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The Freedom-Lovers’ Roll Call Wall
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Special Exhibits
Dr. James Cameron
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Hours – Winter 2023/2024

Sunday - Monday
Closed
Tuesday - Thursday
Friday - Saturday

 

* For the safety of our guests and staff members, ABHM requests that you please reschedule your visit if you are not feeling well. Face mask wearing is optional.

Location

401 W North Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53212 


*Please be aware that parking is limited to street parking around the museum

Tickets

Adults 18 and up
$7.00
$7.00
Children ages 3-17
$5.00
$5.00
Children under 3 years of age
Free
Free

*Discounts available for first responders, military and AAA

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Head Griot (docent) Reggie Jackson helps visitors expand their knowledge and understanding of the long history of Black American achievement. (Dr. Fran Kaplan, ABHM)
Head Griot (docent) Reggie Jackson helps visitors expand their knowledge and understanding of the long history of Black American achievement. (Dr. Fran Kaplan, ABHM)
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Middle Passage Exhibit: The Door of No Return (Jarvis Lawson, MKE Magazine)