Key Milwaukee

May 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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30 u Milwaukee Art Museum Includes the acclaimed Santiago Calatrava-de- signed Quadracci Pavilion, Burke Brise Soleil and the Cuda- hy Gardens, while a $34-million renovation and reinstallation of its gallery space adds 25,000 sq. feet of exhibition space, en- trance and café along the Lake Michigan waterfront and more. 10am-5pm Tues.-Sun. & until 8pm on Thurs. (Burke Brise Soleil (the "wings") opens at 10 am, flaps at noon, and closes when the Muse- um closes). 700 N. Art Museum Dr. (414) 224-3200 u Milwaukee County Historical Society 910 N. Old World 3rd St. (414) 273-8288 u Milwaukee Public Museum & the Daniel M. Soref National Geographic Dome Theater & Planetarium Walk-through exhibits such as the Streets of Old Milwaukee and lifelike dioramas, dome theater, planetarium. Corner of 7th & Wells Sts. (414) 278-2728 u Museum of Wisconsin Art Collects and exhibits contemporary and historical art from the state of Wisconsin. Its collections include rotating historical and contemporary exhibi- tions and educational programs. 205 Veterans Ave., West Bend. (262) 334-9638. u Port Exploreum 118 N. Franklin St., (262) 284-2406 Port Washington u Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum Renaissance-style villa with formal gardens • Three-hour city tours by bus • Saturday Brewery Tours • Tap into history, photo ops and sample cheese and beer (414) 698-8058 g ATTRACTIONS MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM On view through May 20 is Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England. This exhibition, presented in the museum's Quadracci Pavilion, brings together many of Homer's most beloved and famous works, including a selection of some of his most famous early scenes, as well as many of the artist's late seascapes that so deeply influenced American modernists.

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