Discover a range of free programs, resources, and virtual experiences to connect your students with  Mandela: The Official Exhibition, hosted by the Milwaukee Public Museum in partnership with America’s Black Holocaust Museum, here.

Looking for ways to make learning come to life? Let us help you!

woman and girl making finger antennaeThe Milwaukee Public Museum offers a plethora of great resources that will enrich both teachers’ and students’ learning experiences at home or in the classroom.

Hello Educators! 

As many of you know, the Milwaukee Public Museum is an exciting place to learn and explore. Although we may not see many of you in our halls this year, we are confident that you will be able to find ways to connect our exhibits, collections, and research to your students’ experiences virtually. Our goal is to support you in inspiring curiosity and exciting the minds of your students in new and interesting ways!

Our new, online Curious Classroom is filled with resources for you to incorporate into your lessons and curriculum. We also have many engaging and exciting live virtual programs available for booking. Please explore these offerings below.

Thank you so much for all you do for the students of Wisconsin, and we look forward to working together in the year to come.

Meghan Schopp
Senior Director of Education & Public Programs 

The Curious Classroom

Discover our newest resources for you to incorporate into your lessons and curriculum.


Teachers Visit for FREE*

Need to plan your next field trip? Curious about our latest updates to the exhibit halls? Simply show your school teacher ID to receive FREE access to the permanent exhibits.

Contact Us!
  • For questions or to book a learning experience, call 414-278-2714. 
  • For questions on curriculum, email

*Benefits only apply to personal visits. Cannot be combined with special field trip pricing. Does not apply to Special Exhibits. Benefits are non-transferable, apply to the individual educator only.