- The Museum welcomes visitors to three floors of gallery space where the permanent collection is displayed along with special feature exhibitions. The Museum also has a spectacular rooftop sculpture garden, penthouse, auditorium, library, museum store, lounge and workshop
- The Milwaukee County Historical Society’s vast collection of Milwaukee beer and brewing history was on public display in 2016 and was very popular. People came from all over to see artifacts, images and memorabilia and to see the roots behind Milwaukee’s nickname: Brew City.By popular demand, the exhibit has returned, but with a twist. Come see for yourself why Brew City MKE is Milwaukee’s beer heritage destination. Guests are welcome to explore Milwaukee’s beer history through the exhibit and to raise a glass to our great town – fondly known as Brew City! The exhibit will be on display during this one year pilot experience and a bar featuring Milwaukee brews will be available.
- Door County Maritime Museum: Enjoy tales of bold ship captains, brave seaman, innovative shipbuilders, rugged fishermen, stalwart lighthouse keepers and much, much more–sea stories abound! The Door County Maritime Museum offers three unique visitor experiences. Its year-round 20,000 square foot flagship museum is located between the dowtown bridges on Sturgeon Bay’s workking waterfront. It features four large exhibit galleries and the immaculately restored seagoing tugboat John Purves built in 1919. The iconic Cana Island Lighthouse, located Baileys Harbor, is a Door County treasure. The northern museum is a hidden gem featuring the classic wooden fish tug Hope. It is located in the historic fishing village of Gills Rock alongside the infamous “Death’s Door” passage. Both are open seasonally.
- For over 100 years, the Wisconsin Veterans Museum has connected the past to the present by sharing the stories of Wisconsin’s military veterans. Located in the heart of Madison, Wisconsin, this award-winning museum and research center chronicles the history-shaping exploits of Wisconsin’s veterans from the Civil War to present day.
- H.H. Bennett is viewed as one of the best landscape photographers of the 19th century. While other photographers clung to the relative safety of working within their studios, Bennett developed a passion for landscape photography in the field because, in his words, “It is easier to pose nature and less trouble to please.” He conformed to a common view of that time, which saw nature as a playground to be enjoyed, not feared. The effort to make a photographic image was far different than from that of today. Bennett and his contemporaries had to manufacture film on the site in a darkroom tent he took with him on all his travels, and then develop the chemical wet plates almost immediately following exposure in the camera. H.H. Bennett came to know the dells area quite well, and was not satisfied to take just any view of an area he wanted to photograph. He took his time and persisted until he got exactly what he wanted. He is known to venture into hard to reach natural areas on occasion. If the light was bad or the angle wrong, he may return several times to the same place until he could get an image just as he envisioned. As a result of his attention to detail, Bennett’s H.H. Bennett’s photography has been displayed in some of the most prestigious museums in the world and is prized by collectors.Bennett’s synthesis of the artistic aspects of photography, amazing technological innovations which were ahead of many contemporaries of the day, and his marketing and sales techniques were all brought together putting his studio on the forefront of the photographic art.
- Harley-Davidson motorcycles bring heart-thumping adventure, life-changing freedom and a bit of rebellion into the lives of people around the world. But whether you were born to be wild – or mild – makes no difference at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Much more than a nostalgia trip for motorcycle enthusiasts, the Museum offers a glimpse of American history and culture like you’ve never seen before – through the successes and trials of an iconic American company. Interactive, eye-catching exhibits present an unparalleled collection of legendary stories of our nation’s last century. Located on 20 acres in downtown Milwaukee, the Museum offers free parking, Motor Bary & Restaurant, Cafe Racer, The Shop, park-like outdoor spaces, special event rentals, guided tours for group of 15 or more, and Steel Toe Tours of the Powertrain Operations, home of the big-twin engine.
- The 15,000 square foot, two-level Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is conveniently located on the main floor of the Lambeau Field Atrium, across from 1919 Kitchen & Tap. A tribute to the greatest story in sports, the new facility uses the latest technology, enhanced interactive displays and a treasure trove of artifacts to educate and inspire visitors about the rich history of the Packers, as well as the teams of today.Guests are able to see Packers legends describe historic games in their own words, and can scroll through touch screens to click on audio segments and game video clips that tell the team’s story. The Hall of Fame also displays trophies from the Packers’ 13 world championships, including four Lombardi trophies, as well as the hall’s most popular exhibit: a replica of Vince Lombardi’s office. The exciting and historical galleries appeal to visitors of all ages.
- The EAA Aviation Museum is where your imagination takes flight! Located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the EAA Aviation Museum is one of the most extensive aviation attractions in the world – a year-round destination for the entire family. Come and explore our world-class displays and galleries. Marvel at aviation innovations in our collection of more than 200 historic aircraft. Spend time in one of our four movie theaters and get “hands-on” in the KidVenture Gallery, our exciting interactive gallery for kids of all ages! Step back in time and take a ride in a vintage airplane at Pioneer Airport, a real working aerodrome right out of the golden age of aviation. Honor service and sacrifice in the Eagle Hangar, our tribute to World War II aviation and the heroes who served. All of this and much more await you at the EAA Aviation Museum!
- The Wondertorium is one part oddity museum, one part thrill show, 100% freaky family fun. You will start off on a guided tour through the museum featuring the Mexican walking fish, bizarre art, a two-headed turtle and more! After the tour, you will enjoy a private circus stunt by Mr. Marvel himself. Acts include fire-eating, contortion, and more. Please note, we do have multiple locations. Please double check the address on your tickets so you don’t drive to the wrong location.