Mystery at MPM

mysteryJoin us for an after-hours mystery caper!

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Event Details

Explore the mysterious and  spooky side of MPM as you put your sleuthing skills to the test!   Solve diabolical riddles, interview shady characters, and gather tips to aid your investigation. So invite your friends and prepare for a night of tricks, treats, and general mayhem!

  • Mystery at MPM is an 18+ event. 
  • Team sizes of 2-8 people are recommended. 
  • Hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar will help fuel your adventure!
  • The mystery begins  promptly at 7:30 p.m.
 

Romancing the Stars - Planetarium Show

Website_poster_RomancingStars%20(1).jpgThis Valentine's Day, give that special someone the universe! 

The Daniel M. Soref Planetarium presents a special two-evening run of the Valentine's show Romancing the Stars. Couples can embark on an out-of-this-world date at the Planetarium, complete with a romantic tour of the universe and a look at which star clusters are actually "constellations of love." A red rose and box of chocolates will be given to each couple.

For reservations, call 414-278-2728 or purchase online.

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COST

Admission is $25 per couple and reservations are highly recommended.
The show is rated "AC," for adult couples only—no young children allowed.


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MPM Night Out

Join the Milwaukee Public Museum and Boone and Crockett for MPM Night Out, an event where MPM brings the Museum out on the town!

Enjoy Boone and Crockett's menu of great beers and unique cocktails while exploring objects from the Milwaukee Public Museum collections. Come ready to compete in quirky challenges that’ll test your trivia knowledge and creativity.

See you there!

Date: Thursday, May 24
Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Location: Boone and Crockett, 818 S. Water Street

MLK Day Programming

This Martin Luther King Day, our Educators will be out on the floors with special activities for our visitors!


Watson Family Cart

watson familySully and Susanna Watson took their family from the oppressive conditions of ante-bellum Virginia in 1834 and, after several years in Ohio, arrived in Milwaukee in 1850.