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  1. Find out more about the 4 million objects in our collection. As Wisconsin's natural history museum, MPM inspires curiosity, excites minds, and increases desire to preserve our world's natural and cultural diversity.

  2. The Milwaukee Public Museum strives to make its exhibits, programs, and facilities accessible to all visitors.

  3. Museum Admission. Includes one Planetarium program. Dome Theater films may be purchased separately. Adult 18-64: $24. Teen 14-17: $24. Senior 65+: $20. Youth 4-13: $18. Military/College: $20.

  4. The Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) is a natural and human history museum in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The museum was chartered in 1882 and opened to the public in 1884; it is a not-for-profit organization operated by the Milwaukee Public Museum, Inc. MPM has three floors of exhibits and the first Dome Theater in Wisconsin.

  5. Milwaukee Public Museum. 1,094 reviews. #6 of 328 things to do in Milwaukee. Natural History Museums. Open now. 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Write a review. About. Natural and human history museum in the heart of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

  6. Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) is the most visited museum in the state, featuring three floors of immersive exhibits that take people around the world, back in time, and even to outer-space.

  7. First Floor Exhibits. The exhibits on the First Floor are some of MPM’s most popular, including the Streets of Old Milwauke e - a step back in time to 1900s Milwaukee; the Puelicher Butterfly Garden – our live tropical butterfly exhibit; The Third Planet, featuring the Museum’s ancient creatures including dinosaurs; and a two-story ...

  8. The Milwaukee Public Museum offers adventure for visitors with diverse interests. Explore the Ice Age to look for a saber-toothed cat among the glaciers, see King Tut on his chariot in the Crossroads of Civilization exhibit, or interact with live butterflies as they flutter in our butterfly garden.

  9. Jan 27, 2023 · The Milwaukee Public Museum isn't closing permanently, but it's moving and will have new exhibits and a new name. Here's what we know so far.

  10. Take a small step back in time to explore turn-of-the-century Milwaukee and ancient Mediterranean civilizations. Or, take a giant leap back more than 65 million years to see the world's largest-known dinosaur skull and a life-sized replica of Tyrannosaurus rex!

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