MPM is inviting you, our visitors, to join us in a marathon to see how many WI crayfish records we can database; prizes will be awarded!
This work is funded by a generous gift from Christine E. Rundblad and the late John J. Brander, who helped establish the Wisconsin Center for Biodiversity and Environment at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
There are metered spaces available on most downtown streets. There are also several municipal lots near MPM, including MacArthur Square parking structure which is adjacent to the Museum and is accessible via James Lovell Street. The parking structure includes an entrance to the Museum on the ground level, eliminating the need to walk outside. Members receive discounted rates. For more parking options and maps, visit www.parkmilwaukee.com. The Milwaukee Public Museum is fully accessible to people with disabilities.
Chris Tyrrell, Alyssa Caywood, Julia Colby