Family Passport Program for Doors Open Milwaukee

Doors Open Milwaukee, Historic Milwaukee’s most ambitious project, opens the doors to over 150 of Milwaukee’s most interesting and historic buildings free-of-charge to the public. These churches, theaters, museums, and clubs hold hidden treasures and special stories that visitors can explore this weekend.

Participants can design their own itinerary, often with guided tours, no tickets necessary, or join one or more in-depth tours that are ticketed.

Free Family Passport Program 2015

Doors Open Milwaukee designates 24 sites of special interest to families with children. Children 18 and under can pick up a free passport book featuring
these family-friendly sites at any designated passport location, and have them stamped.
Check hours. as they vary by location. Specifics about each passport site are given in the list of buildings.
Locations for the Family Passport Program 2015 include:

BMO Harris Bradley Center

Bridging the Gap Golf

City of Milwaukee / Waukesha County Materials Recovery Facility

Federal Courthouse

Havenwoods Environmental Center

Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility

Milwaukee City Hall

Milwaukee County Historical Society

Milwaukee County Transit Fleet Maintenance

Milwaukee Fire Museum

Milwaukee Fire Station #1 #2 & #12

Milwaukee Police Academy (Milwaukee Police Department)

Milwaukee Public Museum Daniel M. Soref Planetarium

North Central Little League / The Hangar

Orlandini Studios

Safe House

Schlitz Audubon Nature Center

State Street Bascule Bridge

Survive Alive House

U.S. Bank Center

Wells Street Vertical Lift Bridge

Wm. K. Walthers, Inc.

Find out more about the Family Passport Program or Doors Open Milwaukee here.

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