Milwaukee Public Museum

800 W Wells St Handicap accessable door and if there are scooters

Milwaukee Public Museum Inc

Milwaukee Public Museum Inc is a natural and human history museum located in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Founded in 1882, the museum has an extensive collection of over 4.5 million artifacts, specimens, and documents, including exhibits on the natural world, world cultures, and Wisconsin history. One of the museum's most popular exhibits is the Streets of Old Milwaukee, a recreation of a turn-of-the-century city street, complete with shops, homes, and an ice cream parlor. Visitors can also explore a life-size rainforest and a replica of a Native American village. The museum's research library contains over 250,000 volumes and is one of the largest natural history libraries in the United States. The museum is a great tourist attraction in Milwaukee, offering a unique and educational experience for visitors of all ages.

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