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Southeast Wisconsin Museums
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- Americanism Center Museum
- Call 262-692-9111.
Fredonia, Ozaukee County.
- Anderson Arts Center
- Historic French Period Revival mansion that features Kenosha's largest collection of art. Sundays 1 to 4 pm. Donation. The Arts Center is dedicated to the support and promotion of all of the arts: fine art, music, dance, literature, and drama. The Center is available for special events, including wedding receptions, on a limited basis.
121 66th St, Kenosha, Kenosha County.
- Angel Museum
- Summer: May through October. Mon to Sat 10 am to 5 pm. Sun 1 to 4 pm. Winter: Nov through Apr. Tues to Sat 10 am to 4 pm. Closed Sun and Mon. Call for holiday hours. Includes the Berg collection, the black angels collection (donated by Oprah Winfrey), and the individual memorials and gifts collection.
656 Pleasant St, Beloit, Rock County.
- Aviation Heritage Center
- Open Apr 1 - Oct 31, Mon - Fri: 10am to 5pm, Sat: 9am to 1pm. Open Nov 1 - Mar 31, Mon - Wed by appointment, Thu - Fri: 10am to 5pm, Sat: 9am to 1pm. We have a unique environment where visitors can experience the world of aviation - from community educational programs and events to an aviation museum, library and laboratory; with wireless internet, satellite television and radio adjacent to Sheboygan Co Memorial Airport's airplane ramp ways, we provide an unmatched environment in Sheboygan Co.
N6191 Resource Drive, Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan County.
- Bast Bell Museum
- The fascinating medley includes tiny bells, lady bells, glass bells, local school bells, donkey bells from Sicily, sleigh bells from Europe and Asia, bells worn on the toes of East Indian dancers, Persian camel bells, Indian elephant bells, Westminster chimes, Chinese mystery gong, 40-pound farm bell, locomotive bells, china bells, church bells and more bells. Learn about the age of the bells, the variety, the origins, and the materials of the bells. Individual, tour-group, and family tours.
From I41/45 exit onto Hwy 167 (Holy Hill Rd) and go 2 miles, Germantown, Washington County.
- Betty Brinn Children's Museum
- Designed specifically for kids age 10 and younger, featuring hands - on exhibits and interactive programs. A safe place where children and grownups learn alongside each other. Easy freeway access. Convenient parking.
929 E Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, at O'Donnell Park on the lakefront, Milwaukee County.
- Cedarburg General Store Museum
- The General Store Museum is housed in a restored 1860s-era frame building on the south end of Cedarburg's main National Historic District. The Roger C Christensen Collection of antique packaging and advertising art recreates a typical general store from the early 1900s-1940s, and is believed to be one of the most extensive of its kind in the Midwest. With Visitor's Center. Donations appreciated. Mon-Fri 10-4pm, Sat 10-3pm, Sun 11-3pm; closed Sunday Jan, Feb, Mar. Call for info and tours by appt.
Call 262-377-9620 or 800-233-2874.
W6 N480 Washington Ave, Cedarburg, Ozaukee County.
- Charles A Wustum Museum of Fine Art
- Call 262-636-9177.
2519 Northwestern Ave, Racine, Racine County.
- Charles Allis Art Museum
- On the National Registry of Historic Places, the lavish 1911 home of Charles and Sarah Allis contains a world-class art collection that spans more than 2,000 years and includes impressive Classic antiquities, Renaissance bronzes, Asian ceramics and stunning decorative arts. Changing exhibitions feature local and regional artists, making the museum a vibrant center for Wisconsin arts not to be missed. Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm (Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day).
1801 N Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Chocolate Experience Museum
- Memorabilia from Nestle Chocolate and Confections, a pictorial exhibit of the chocolate making process, a whimsical "Willy Wonka" contraption that delivers a Nestle miniature bar to delight the child in all of us! Video on the history of chocolate, chocolate sculptures, and gift items. Free; donations welcome. Open Mon to Fri, 9am to 5pm; Sat, 10am to 2pm.
113 E Chestnut St, Suite B, Burlington, Racine County.
- Civil War Museum
- Located in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the Civil War Museum is like no other museum in the country. No current museum explores this war as seen and experienced on the home front nor the connections between the home front and the battle front. Through state-of-the-art museum technology, life-size dioramas, and interactive engaging exhibits, visitors travel back in history to the social, political and economic influences that contributed to the Civil War.
5400 First Avenue, Kenosha, Kenosha County.
- Clark House Museum
- Formerly a 19th century stagecoach inn on the Watertown Plank Road, the Clark House is now a museum maintained by the Pewaukee Area Historical Society. Its collection reflects Pewaukee's unique history as a popular summer resort area, haven for lovers of lake sports, a major supplier of ice for southeastern Wisconsin, as well as farming. Early settlement is shown in the new Native American exhibit with emphasis on the Potawotami. The new exhibit building will house farm equipment and tools.
205 E Wisconsin Ave, Pewaukee, Waukesha County.
- David V Uihlein Racing Car Museum
- Call 262-253-2661.
236 Hamilton Rd, Cedarburg, Ozaukee County.
- Dinosaur Discovery Museum
- The Dinosaur Discovery Museum is the only museum to exclusively focus on the link between birds and meat-eating dinosaurs, one of the most complete known fossil records. The Carthage Institute of Paleontology is housed in the Museum, and it is dedicated to the preparation and conservation of real dinosaur fossils. Dramatic life-size dinosaur replica casts, interactive exhibits, bones, fossils, engaging family programs and activities. Free admission. Open Tue - Sun, 12 - 5 pm.
5608 Tenth Avenue, Kenosha, Kenosha County.
- Discovery World Museum
- Call 414-765-9966 or 414-765-0777.
815 N James Lovell St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- East Troy Electric Railroad Museum
- The East Troy Electric Railroad runs from East Troy to Mukwonago in southeast Wisconsin. We are open Saturdays and Sundays from early April to the first weekend in November, and Fridays from June through October. We do not run regular trains any other week days, though we do run charter trains anytime somebody wants one. We are open Labor Day and Memorial Day -- but not 4th of July.
2002 Church St, East Troy, Walworth County.
- Eghart Victorian House
- Call 262-384-2674.
224 E Pierron St, Port Washington, Ozaukee County.
- Eisner Museum of Advertising and Design
- Open Tuesday - Saturday 11 am to 5 pm. Adults $4.50, youth and seniors (over 65) $2.50. Admission is free for museum members, children 12 and under who are accompanied by an adult, and University students with valid student identification.
208 N Water St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Elkhart Lake Depot Museum
- Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, 10 am to 5 pm. Local history museum located in a 100 year-old railway depot.
104 S East St, Elkhart Lake, Sheboygan County.
- Firehouse 3 Museum
- One of three dedicated Fire Museums in Wisconsin this is a former Racine Fire Station that dates to 1882. The museum has been restored to the early 1900's and includes both horse drawn and motorized fire fighting equipment in addition to many artifacts and photos.
Call 262-637-7395 or 262-637-1369.
700 Sixth Street, Racine, Racine County.
- Fox Lake Historical Museum
- Call 920-928-3095.
211 Cordelia St, Fox Lake, Dodge County.
- Gallery of Flight
- Call 414-747-5316.
5300 S Howell Ave, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Geneva Lake Museum of History
- Visit our museum to see: turn of the century architectural styles - Georgian, Second Empire, Italianate, Colonial * Log cabin with Potawatami tools and arrowhead collection * Blacksmith shop with anvils, horseshoeing tools and ice cutting tools * Fire engine house with 1890 Hose Wagon * Farm implements and tools * Spring house for cooling milk * Telephone switchboard * 1920's Dental Work Station * General Store * 1890's school room with teacher and students; and more!
255 Mill Street, Lake Geneva, Walworth County.
- Grohmann Museum
- The Grohmann Museum at Milwaukee School of Engineering is home to the world's most comprehensive art collection dedicated to the evolution of work. The museum welcomes visitors to three floors of galleries where the Man at Work collection is displayed, and also a spectacular rooftop sculpture garden. The collection comprises more than 800 paintings and sculptures from 1580 to the present. Open Mon.-Fri., 9-5; Sat., 12-6; Sun., 1-4. Admission $5 adults; $3 students/seniors; kids under 12 free.
1000 N Broadway, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Haggerty Museum of Art
- Call 414-228-7290.
Marquette University, Milwaukee County.
- Hanchett-Bartlett Homestead
- Call 608-365-7835.
845 Hackett, Beloit, Rock County.
- Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Center
- Extension of the Lincon-Tallman Restorations house museum. Open daily, 9 am to 4 pm. Closed major holidays.
426 N Jackson St, Janesville, Rock County.
- Henschels Indian Museum and Fee Fishing
- Call 414-876-3193.
N8551 Holstein Rd, Elkhart Lake, Sheboygan County.
- Hoard Historical Museum
- Call 920-563-7769.
401 Whitewater Ave, Fort Atkinson, Jefferson County.
- Honey of a Museum - All About Bees and Honey
- Located at Honey Acres and owned by the Diehnelts, beekeepers and honey packers since 1852. Features include: bee tree, a close up view of bees activies; 20 minute color multi media show; examples of beekeeping yesterday, today, and around the world; displays of pollination and beeswax; Mr Black Bear; scenic nature walk; Tower Gift Shop; and honey tasting. Open all year Mon - Fri, 9am - 3:30pm. May 15 - Oct 30 on Sat and Sun, 12 - 4pm. Closed Holidays. Groups by appointment. Free admission. Wheelchairs accomodated.
On Hwy 67 two miles N of Ashippun, only one hour from Milwaukee or Madison, 12 miles north of I-94, N1557 Highway 67, Ashippun, Dodge County.
- Horicon Historical Society Museum
- The Satterlee Clark House was built in 1863. Some of the rooms of the home are furnished while others are used for display purposes. Also on the grounds is an original one room school house built in 1884. Open the 2nd and 4th Sun of the month, May through Oct from 1 to 4 pm.
322 Winter St, Horicon, Dodge County.
- Horwitz Planetarium
- Call 262-970-1083.
Lindholm Building, Waukesha County.
- Humphrey IMAX Dome Theater
- Call 414-278-6182 or 414-319-4629 infoline.
710 W James Lovell St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- International Clown Hall of Fame
- Discover clown memorabilia, including historical artifacts such as costumes of famous clowns from all over the world, past and present, and an art gallery featuring the works of Jim Howle. Open Monday-Friday. Adults $2, children five and under free.
The Grand Avenue Mall, Lower Level Ste 700, Milwaukee County.
- Jewish Museum Milwaukee
- You are invited to discover the amazing history of the Jewish community in Milwaukee, through the photographs, artifacts and interactive exhibits of the Jewish Museum Milwaukee. Open Mon - Thu, 10 - 4 pm; Fri, 10 - 2 pm; Sun, Noon - 4 pm.
1360 N Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Kenosha County Historical Museum
- Call 262-654-5770.
6300 Third Ave, Kenosha, Kenosha County.
- Kenosha History Center
- The 1866 Southport Lighthouse and the adjacent 1917 Kenosha Water Utility Pumping Station together now form the campus of the Kenosha History Center on Historic Simmons Island. The Kenosha History Center is the headquarters of the Kenosha County Historical Society, a non-profit organization served by a volunteer board of directors and supported by memberships, Kenosha County government and private donations. Open Tue - Fri 10am to 4:30pm, Sat 10am to 4pm Sun, 12pm to 4pm. Closed Holidays.
220 51st Place, Kenosha, Kenosha County.
- Kenosha Public Museum
- The Kenosha Public Museum is a natural sciences and fine and decorative arts museum. Established in 1933, the Museum's collections have grown to over 70,000, including almost 1,000 works in the fine arts collection. Exhibit programming includes world cultures, Native Americans, zoology, geology, fossils, and fine and decorative arts. A natural history and fine and decorative arts museum. General admission is free. Group fees may apply. Open 9am - 5pm, except Sun - Mon open at noon.
5500 First Avenue, Kenosha, Kenosha County.
- Kuhefuss House Museum
- Maintained by the Cedarburg Cultural Center, the Kuhefuss House Museum is a simple Greek Revival structure that has stood in the heart of the National Historic District for over 150 years and housed five generations of one of Cedarburg's oldest families. Marie Kuhefuss, the last surviving member of the family, bequeathed the home to the Center in 1989 along with many family photographs and memorabilia. Open during the holidays, festivals and special events. Donations appreciated. Call the CCC.
W62 N546 Washington Ave, Cedarburg, Ozaukee County.
- Lake Mills/Aztalan Museum
- Open: Thr- Sun 12pm - 4pm. Located 1 Mile East of Lake Mills at the corner of HWY B & Q. Admission $3 for adults, $1 for age 6 to 17, under age 6 free. The museum is open from May 15 thru Sept 30. Tours of the Museum for large groups or during days the museum is closed may be made by appointment.
N6284 Hwy Q, Jefferson, Jefferson County.
- Logan Museum of Anthropology
- Containing some of the world's oldest jewelry, Precolumbian ceramics, Native American artifacts, and what scholars regard as the most significant collection of paleolithic art outside Europe; Logan Museum's principle role is that of a research and teaching museum. Visitors will see a two-story glass cube in which thousands of pieces are on view and through which they can witness scholars and students conserving and cataloging objects. Open 11 - 4pm, Tue - Sun. Free admission. Donations suggested.
Memorial Hall, Beloit College campus, 700 College Street, Beloit, Rock County.
- Logic Puzzle Museum
- Unique Hands-on 90 minute session: 60 kinds brain, mechanical & logic puzzles to try to solve, then ring bell when you solve one! Fun & funny puzzle types: sliding block, packing, wire, squares, put-togethers, building, sequence, matching, etc. No jig-saw. Make puzzle, see vintage puzzles + parlor toys exhibit. Ages 5-105, kids must be with adult. Reservations required. Groups welcome. Gift shop. Park free. Special Events: Tongue Twister Contest, Brain Day, Sam Loyd Day, Mystery Objects & more.
533 Milwaukee Ave, Burlington, Racine County.
- Milton House Museum
- This 1844 hexagonal grout stagecoach inn is the only one existing of it's type. Joseph Goodrich, founder of Milton, hosted stagecoach and train travelers as well as secret passengers on the Underground Railroad. A tunnel connects the 1837 cabin to the basement of the inn and is part of the docent led tour. A National Historic Landmark and part of the National Park Service's Network to Freedom. For tour and event information visit our website.
18 S Janesville St, Milton, Rock County.
- Milwaukee Art Museum
- Call 414-224-3850 or 414-224-3200.
750 N Lincoln Memorial Dr, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Milwaukee Beer Museum
- Preserving the rich heritage of Milwaukee's breweries and saloons, the Milwaukee Beer Museum is a collecting museum and educational organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the rich history and positive cultural impact of beer and the brewing arts. Established to provide breweriana collectors and beer historians with a central, physical space to securely display and archive the treasures of our Milwaukee brewing heritage.
722 South Fifth Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Milwaukee County Historical Center
- Call 414-273-8288.
910 N Old World Third St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Milwaukee County Zoo
- The Milwaukee County Zoo is a serene home to more than 2,000 mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles with more than 350 species represented. However, the Zoo has become more than that to visitors. It is a site for workshops, holiday celebrations, summer concerts and food festivals. Recognized as one of the country's finest zoological attractions, the Milwaukee County Zoo serves as a resource to educate, entertain and inspire.
10001 West Blue Mound Road, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Milwaukee Maritime Center
- Call 414-276-5664.
500 N Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Milwaukee Public Museum
- Daily 9-5 pm, closed July 4th. Admission: adults (16-61) $11, seniors $9, children (3-15) $7, under 3 Free. Admission is free on Mondays to Milwaukee County residents with identification.
800 W Wells St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Old County Jailhouse
- The old 1886 jailhouse currently displays the collection of the Washington County Historical Society, Inc. Visitors will see how this wonderful building served as the sheriff's home as well as the county jail. Exhibits throughout the jailhouse depict the life and times of the people who lived and worked in Washington County. April through December, Tuesday and Thursday 1-4 pm, and the second Sunday of each month 1-4 pm throughout the year.
340 S 5th Ave, West Bend, , Washington County.
- Old Courthouse Museum and Old Sheriff's Residence
- The Museum is Victorian architecture featuring galleries, and a restored courtroom - available for rent; a perfect place for intimate romantic weddings or other events. The Sheriff's Residence and Jail sends visitors back in time to days when the sheriff's family and prisoners shared a dwelling. Tours by appointment. Wed - Fri, 11 - 5 pm; Sat 9 am - 1 pm; Sun 1 pm - 4:30 pm; Mon & Tues by appointment. Museum free, Sheriff's Residence $4 per adult, max tour charge $10 per family. Members free.
320 S 5th Ave, West Bend, Washington County.
- Old Falls Village Museum
- Call 262-250-3901.
N96 W15791 County Line Rd, Menomonee Falls, Waukesha County.
- Old World Wisconsin
- Re-discover the courage of America's early pioneers as you step into the 19th century. Get to know these strong and determined people who built America with pride and courage in the face of hardship and uncertainty. The farms, the clothing, the implements and the animals are all authentic - right down to the smells.
W372S9727 State Road 67, Eagle, Waukesha County.
- Ozaukee County Pioneer Village
- Living museum of 17 buildings of the 1840-1907 era. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day Wed, Sat and Sun, Labor Day-Oct 11 Sat and Sun.
4880 Hwy I, Saukville, Ozaukee County.
- Palumbo Civil War Museum
- Call 262-551-8500.
2001 Alford Dr, Kenosha, Kenosha County.
- Plymouth Historical Society Museum
- Call 920-893-5242.
520 East Mill Street, Plymouth, SheboyganCounty.
- Racine County Historical Museum
- Call 262-636-3926.
701 S Main St, Racine, Racine County.
- Robert and Elizabeth Solem Museum
- Lincoln Center is the home of the Robert and Elizabeth Solem Museum. Located on the site of the former Lincoln Junior High School, the Center's museum offers you a chance to view exhibit areas which focus on a variety of local historical themes. The exhibit areas include the Beloit Gallery, Arthur Missner Veterans Gallery and Memorial, the Ted Perring Sports Hall of Fame, and the Beloit Hall of Fame. Open Mon - Fri, 9 am - 4 pm. Admission free. Donations appreciated.
845 Hackett St, Beloit, Rock County.
- Rock County Historical Museum
- Call 608-756-4509.
10 S High St, Janesville, Rock County.
- Sci-Fi Café And Earth Mysteries Museum
- Learn about Burlington and history of UFOs and the phenomenon surrounding them. Discover the ancient history and traditions of the Native American Indians. We take you back in time with ancient artifacts on display including: a skull dating back over 1 million years, primitive stone tools, ancient crematory remains, burial idols, coins dating back to 250 BC, ancient beads, Roswell UFO artifacts, Shell Hammers and Tools, Shell Net Weights, Prehistoric Megalodon teeth, treasure maps and much more.
532 N Pine Street, Burlington, RacineCounty.
- Seippel Homestead and Center for the Arts
- Call 920-885-3635.
1605 North Spring St, Beaver Dam, Dodge County.
- Spinning Top & Yo-Yo Museum
- Not a typical museum, but rather a unique, lively & famous tour/program at certain times: 35 hands-on tops & games; 2,000 tops, yo-yos, gyroscopes exhibited; videos; +enjoy a special live presentation. Both adults & kids enjoy this place, of science, history, antiques, & classic fun. Always call ahead, tickets required. Best ages 4-104. Admission. Groups welcome. Park free. Gift shop. Special events: Yo-Yo Convention, Gyro Contest, Top Workshops, Meet a Movie Expert, Fun Physics +Theme Tours.
533 Milwaukee Ave, Burlington, Racine County.
- Ten Chimneys
- Ten Chimneys, home and retreat of Broadway legends Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, is open to the public as a world-class house museum and a national resource for theatre and the arts. Almost all of the estate's decor and collections are intact and remain unchanged since the Lunts first assembled them in the 1930s and '40s. Ten Chimneys is a National Historic Landmark, and a "Save America's Treasures" project site. Open May to mid Nov, Tue-Sat. Admission $28-$35. Children under 12 not permitted.
Thirty miles west of Milwaukee, S43 W31575 Depot Road, Genesee Depot, Waukesha County.
- Tobacco City Museum
- Call 608-884-4319.
210 W Fulton St, Edgerton, Rock County.
- UWM Vogel Hall Art Museum
- Call 414-229-6509.
3253 N Downer Ave, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
- Overlooking Lake Michigan, this Italian Renaissance-style villa was designed by architect David Adler in 1923. Originally the residence of Lloyd Smith of the A.O. Smith Corporation and his family, the Museum features fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th through 18th centuries, wrought-iron masterpieces by Cyril Colnik, and a formal garden and changing exhibitions by local, regional, and international artists. Hours: Wed – Sun 1 pm - 5 pm (Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day).
2220 N Terrace St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Wade House and Wesley Jung Carriage Museum
- Those who braved the arduous journey from Sheboygan to Fond du Lac in the 1850s passed many hours jarred by the clack and clatter of spoke wheels on wooden planks before arriving at the Wade House stagecoach inn. But once there, in the middle of the Wisconsin wilderness, they found an oasis of studied civility. Today Wade House regales visitors with the story of Wisconsin settlement. Open daily through Oct 31 from 9 am to 5 pm. Admission: adults $7.75, children (5-12) $3.75, senior citizens (65 and over) $7.
Seven miles W of Plymouth, just off Highway 23 in Greenbush, Sheboygan County.
- Washington County Historical Society Museum
- The Washington County Historical Society, Inc, in cooperation with Washington County, is in the final stage of renovating the 1889 Courthouse for use as a museum. Although renovation is in progress, special tours of the facility can be arranged. When completed, the Old Courthouse Museum will tell the story of Washington County and preserve the local history and heritage for future generations. For more information about tours, rentals and the research library, please call the museum.
320 S 5th Ave, West Bend, , Washington County.
- Watson's Wild West Museum
- Call 262-723-7505.
W4865 Potter Rd, Elkhorn, Walworth County.
- Waukesha County Museum
- Open Tue through Sat 10 am - 4:30 pm. Exhibits include fur trading, Waukesha County during the American Civil War, Springs Era, toys through the ages. Free parking is available on the street and in city lots. The museum's Research Center is open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 10 - 4:30 and 12:30 - 4:30 on Thursday, closed on Wednesday. Museum Admission: Adults $5, Seniors $4, Students $3, Children 6 and under free. Research Center Fee is $5.
101 W Main St, Waukesha, Waukesha County.
- Wesley M Jung Carriage Museum
- Call 920-526-3271.
Greenbush, Sheboygan County.
- West Bend Art Museum
- A treasure piece of an art museum. Contains the world's largest collection of 19th century Milwaukee- Munich artist, Carl von Marr. Extensive art library and a collection of Wisconsin art dating from the 1850's.
300 S 6th Ave, West Bend, Washington County.
- West Bend Company/Regal Ware Historic Museum
- The newest addition to the Washington County Historical Society, this museum tells a story of innovative, far thinking men who changed to local economy, as well as directly affecting women's history and American Consumerism. Opening November 2008!
18 E Washington Street, West Bend, Washington County.
- Wisconsin Automotive Museum
- Call 414-673-7999.
147 N Rural St, Hartford, Washington County.
- Wisconsin Black Historical Museum
- Call 414-372-7677.
2620 W Center St, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
- Wright Museum of Art
- The Wright Museum collects, preserves, researches, exhibits, and interprets works of art from around the world. Its collection boasts 8,000 objects, including historic photographs, European and American graphics, paintings, sculpture, and Asian decorative arts. The museum features local and regional artists (including student art), a variety of travelling exhibitions, and works from the permanent collection. Open 11am - 4pm, Tue - Sun. Free admission. Donations suggested.
Memorial Hall, Beloit College campus, 700 College Street, Beloit, Rock County.
- Yerkes Observatory
- Call 262-245-5555.
373 W Geneva St, Williams Bay, Walworth County.