Beautiful Museum great for photos and spent time with friends. We had so much fun, I definitely recommend this Museum to any visiting Milwaukee.
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Whether you are an art lover or not, you will find something to please you at this museum filled with over 35,000 works of art. It is one of the largest art museums in the US. Located along the shores of Lake Michigan, the building...More
This museum is unique architecturally. The Defas Picasso show was a nice sized presentation of work. They have good examples of a variety of artists and time periods. It is not a huge museum so very doable in an afternoon. There are 3 small places...More
The building design is futuristic and unique, something you'd expect to see in one of the world's largest cities, not in Midwest America. Even better, it is located over the water. My husband, an architect, realized that the part of the building which looks like...More
Fun couple hours visiting paintings and exhibits. We spent a couple hours, but one could spend more, or even less. We liked the paintings the best, some of them are amazing giving their age. Right on Lake Michigan, take time to walk along the water...More
Very nice museum the modern Wing is very impressive I went up to see it exhibit that's leaving in a couple of weeks and it was definitely worth the trip I'm from Chicago so I'm used to the Art Institute but this Museum definitely holds...More
Spent a few hours at the museum and enjoyed it tremendously. Especially liked the beautiful building the museum is housed in. Had lunch at the cafe which is conveniently located and a nice break from browsing the collections.
The building alone is worth a visit! The hallways, the gift shop even! The art collection is varied and there is always an interesting special exhibit. I have treasured memories of going here with my Dad who was a member and went regularly. Don't miss...More
I'm told (we missed the timing) that the museum wings (or whale's tail) open in the morning, flap at noon, and close in the evening. While I missed the outdoor flapping, the indoor space and exhibits were really good. I really liked the extensive collection...More