January in Wisconsin. It’s cold. It’s boring. We’re still in the thick of a pandemic that makes large in-person gatherings unappealing to some. If you’re feeling the winter blues like we are right now, perhaps you’ll be happy to learn Milwaukee Museum Days is on the horizon.

From January 20 through January 30, a total of 22 museums in and around Milwaukee will offer discounted admission and some will host special events as well. Check below for more details on affiliated events, participating museums, and discounted rates. And be sure to consult Visit Milwaukee’s website to book visits and to get more information on Milwaukee Museum Days promotions.

Grohmann Museum: $5 admission
Harley-Davidson Museum: $10 admission
Jewish Museum Milwaukee: $5 admission
Milwaukee County Historical Society: $5 admission
Pabst Mansion: $10 admission
Racine Art Museum: $1 admission
Selfie Hop: $10 admission
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum: $5 admission
Wisconsin Black Historical Society & Museum: $5 admission
The Warehouse Art Museum and Research Center: Free admission
Haggerty Museum of Art: Free admission
Discovery World: $15 admission
Betty Brinn Children’s Museum: $10 admission
The Art Preserve of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center: Free admission
National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum: $5 admission.
Museum of Wisconsin Art: $15 admission
MOWA / DTN: Free admission
John Michael Kohler Arts Center: Free admission
Milwaukee Public Museum: $15 admission
Milwaukee Art Museum: $15 admission
RAM’s Westum Museum: Free admission
Wisconsin’s Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts: $5 admission

Museum Day Events

Jan. 21, 5:00pm – 8:00pm: CHINA: Then and Now – Jan Serr  at The Warehouse
Jan. 22, 11:00am – 2:00pm: CHINA: Then and Now – Jan Serr  at The Warehouse
Jan. 24, 9:00am – 5:00pm: Robert O. Lahman: Working in Wisconsin at The Grohmann Museum
Jan. 26, 7:00pm – 8:00pm: Built on Scrap Part II: (Virtual) with The Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Jan. 27, 4:00pm – 5:00pm: Confucius & The World at The Warehouse
Jan. 29, 3:00pm – 5:00pm: Performance and Artist Talk: Patricia Nguyen at Milwaukee Art Museum

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.