Scientific Techniques Reveal Clues to the Origins of Maya Civilization
Dr. Takeshi Inomata
March 29, 2018
This Martin Luther King Day, our Educators will be out on the floors with special activities for our visitors!
Watson Family Cart
Sully 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.
Find our Educators on the Museum floors from December 26 through 29 between 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. with fun activities!
From fossils to mummies, we've got a lot up our sleeves to share with you this season.
Join MPM on Snow Day and learn how cultures around the world live, work, play, and celebrate during the winter months!
Participate in various winter activities throughout the Museum with our Educators, such as craft-making and the Language of Snow.
Join the Milwaukee Public Museum and history graduate student volunteers for the 3rd Annual Live Re-enactment via Twitter!
This year, we’ll be “tackling” the Green Bay Packers 1939 championship win over the New York Giants, played at State Fair Park. The characters will include lightly fictionalized fans, local workers, press, players, and family members.
Follow along on Friday, December 8 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Twitter at #MKE39.