Community Events – Museums & Tours
Betty Brinn Children's Museum
929 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202
Betty Brinn Children's Museum is a non-profit, private organization dedicated to providing interactive exhibits and educational resources that promote the healthy development of children and families. Betty Brinn Children's Museum offers two types of Girl Scout programming.
Historic Milwaukee, Inc.
207 E. Michigan St. S406 Milwaukee, WI 53202
Historic Milwaukee, Inc. provides architectural walking tours and other educational programs that highlight Milwaukee's architecture and the built environment, including Doors Open.
Kenosha Public Museum
5500 1st Ave. Kenosha, WI
The Kenosha Public Museum, located in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is a natural sciences and fine and decorative arts museum. Established in 1933, the Museum’s collections have grown to
over 80,000, including 1,200 works in the fine arts collection. Exhibit programming includes mammoths, world cultures, Native Americans, zoology, geology, fossils, and fine and decorative arts.
Milwaukee County Zoo
The Milwaukee County Zoo will inspire public understanding, support and participation in global conservation of animal species and their environment by creating a unifying bond between visitors and the living earth. Girls will learn about the environment and how to be an active conservationalist.
North Point Lighthouse Friends
2650 North Wahl Ave. Milwaukee
Their mission is to promote the North Point Lighthouse Station, to inspire appreciation of its importance to Wisconsin maritime history and to promote its use consistent with the character of Lake Park and the surrounding neighborhood.
Washington County Historical Society
320 S. 5th Ave. West Bend, WI
Washington County Historical Society strives to preserve and collect artifacts used to educate residents of and visitors to Washington County Museum.
WI Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts
N50 W5050 Portland Rd. Cedarburg, WI 53012
The WI Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts is dedicated to educating the public about the artistic, cultural, historic and social importance of quilts and fiber arts. We also seek to increase the awareness of historic structure preservation. Our repurposed 1850's farmstead is used to foster and inspire creativity by hosting exhibits of artists from traditional to contemporary techniques, and educate children and adults in time honored crafts.
Zoological Society of Milwaukee
10001 W. Bluemound Rd. Milwaukee, WI 53226
As one of the country’s finest zoological attractions, the Milwaukee County Zoo will educate, entertain and inspire you! Visit over 2,000 mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles in specialized habitats spanning 200 wooded acres. Explore educational wildlife shows, fun attractions and enticing special events
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