MILWAUKEE -- Unique artifacts from all over Milwaukee have been brought together for the Milwaukee County Historical Society's feature exhibit of 2020 "Revealed: Milwaukee's Unseen." Brian Kramp spent the morning getting a look at some of the treasures now available to the public.
About the Milwaukee County Historical Society (website)
The Milwaukee County Historical Society has four historic sites located throughout the County. These properties, along with the downtown Historical Center, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
From a historic house, to a 160-year-old farm, to a downtown museum full of historic items and documents, there are many ways you can enjoy learning about history.
The Historical Center offers a unique setting featuring an elegant main hall, an intimate mezzanine level, and a patio with a spectacular view of Pere Marquette Park that is perfect for weddings, meetings, and corporate events.