The Milwaukee Museum Mile (MMM) is a joint effort of five arts and cultural museums located on Milwaukee’s historic East Side, to create a simple and more affordable way for visitors to access and enjoy multiple museum experiences, while promoting Milwaukee’s East Side as a destination to both residents of and visitors to our city.

The museums are located within a comfortable walking distance of each other—along N. Prospect, N. Wahl and N. Terrace Avenues—and offer visitors the opportunity to discover Milwaukee’s hidden museum jewels and experience the history, architecture, culture and art that have come to define our city.

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Milwaukee Museum Mile

Charles Allis Art Museum ▪ Jewish Museum Milwaukee ▪ Saint John’s On The Lake ▪ North Point Light House ▪ Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
Milwaukee Museum Mile
Milwaukee Museum MileTuesday, February 20th, 2018 at 4:33am
Visitors were treated to a fascinating and fact-filled talk about baseball and Borchert Field last week at North Point Lighthouse. The next lecture will be on the Milwaukee mafia (Wed., March 14).
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Milwaukee Museum MileWednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 7:11am
LOVE BASEBALL? Make a date to join North Point Lighthouse for a night of baseball history. Complimentary beer and peanuts!
At the door admission, 7-8:30PM
$10 | Seniors/Students with IDs: $5 | Members: FREE
Become an NPLH Member and attend the entire Lecture Series for FREE: http://northpointlighthouse.org/support/membership/
Milwaukee Museum Mile
Milwaukee Museum MileSaturday, February 10th, 2018 at 6:33am
North Point Lighthouse Lecture, Borchert Field with Bob Buege --
In its early days, Borchert Field was flooded in wintertime and used as a skating rink. The rink was run by Henry Sperber, who also operated the concessions during baseball season. When Sperber hoisted a white flag with a large blue circle up the left field foul pole, neighborhood skaters would know that the ice was ready.

There was also a brass band to entertain the skaters!

Learn about all the interesting events that happened at Borchert Field at North Point Lighthouse's lecture on Wed., February 14.

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