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Reviewed 3 days ago

You must see this and put in all those memories of the show. Had to go here again to see this famous ICON. the history and the whole TV Shows and all those memories

Thank TINYTIMM1963
Reviewed 4 days ago

Any fan of Laverne and Shirley or Happy Days will enjoy the sights of Milwaukee. Made me want to Schlemiel and Schlimazel! Did not have the "Welcome to Milwaukee" I remember from the show opener.

Thank HemisphereRambler
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

interesting design with a "very interesting' piece of "art" outside the building. parking in the area is very limited

Thank Noel E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

City Hall and the Pabst Mansion are surviving examples of Flemish Renaissance Revival. This style must've been popular with the German immigrants of the 19th Century. My husband and I saw this impressive old building while walking around the city for a couple of days....More

Thank CaptTrouble
Reviewed 26 July 2018

This tour is worth it. You will find out many interesting facts about this old building. It has the look and feel of stepping back into time. Very cool!

Thank carters03
Reviewed 18 July 2018

If you happen to be walking by city hall, take a quick look inside and admire the old world architecture from the ground floor looking up and then take a quick elevator ride to the top floor to look down. It will only take a...More

Thank jtg1961
Reviewed 29 June 2018

We were able to walk through the building and see the beauty of the architecture and learn about the history of the building. The mayor happened to walk by while we were standing there.

Thank Marcia B
Reviewed 13 June 2018

We visited the City Hall for Girl Scouts, and we were able to go on a special tour of the bell tower. Our tour guide was Roger and he was very kind. He let us ring the bell (it took 6 of us!) We got...More

Thank Delaney W
Reviewed 1 May 2018 via mobile

Was just out for a walk and came across an interesting building at first I thought it was a church but it isn’t it’s the city hall. The inside is wow impressive has so much detail The Milwaukee City Hall is in Milwaukee, It was...More

Thank Lee D
Reviewed 26 March 2018

Nice to view the architecture, but not much else to do there other than stare at a cool looking building. Worth a stop.

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