Plan Your Visit


There is a lot of art to see and much to do at the Milwaukee Art Museum! Come experience works of modern art from the Bradley Collection, explore fun-filled activities in the Kohl’s Education Center, and tour special exhibitions in the Quadracci Pavilion and the Contemporary Galleries through October 19, 2014. For more information, please visit Plan for the Future.

On View: Collection Galleries through October 19, 2014

Museum Map: View or Download

Are you visiting to see a particular work of art or collection? Make sure it is on view before you arrive. Please call Visitor Services at 414-224-3200, Monday-Friday, 9 AM–5 PM.

Tours


Self-Guided Tour

Drop-in tours:
Museum docents give 1-hour tours every weekend of the building and Collection highlights:
Saturdays at 11 AM and 2 PM
Sundays at 2 PM

Group tours:
Scheduled tours are available for student groups and adult groups on a wide range of topics.

Educational Tools


Kohl’s Education Center:
In the Kohl’s Education Center, located within the Museum’s Collection Galleries, families play, create, and explore the world together through interactive exhibitions, a lab for creative discovery, and a studio for hands-on art making! The gallery and lab are open during regular Museum hours; the studio is open on Saturdays and Sundays, 10 AM–4 PM.

Museum videos:
Learn more about the Museum, its Collection, and the exhibitions. A variety of informative videos are screened Thursday–Sunday, 1–4 PM, in Lubar Auditorium. Free with Museum admission. Showtimes vary; check the current listing outside the auditorium for more information.

We also have a selection of videos in Learn + Play and on our Milwaukee Art Museum YouTube channel.

ArtPacks:
The Museum provides free activity sets with interactive games, brainteasers, and drawing activities to help children enjoy exploring the Museum. These self-guided packs are available for free during regular Museum hours; see the attendant in the Kohl’s Education Center in the Collection Galleries.

Further Resources


The Museum offers many educational programs for all ages.

Questions?


For more information, please contact the visitor services department at 414-224-3200 or