b'MOVE MKE: THINGS TO DOinteractive experiences and specialKidsOutandAbout.Com! Open-air,bridge. Gardens open daily 8-4, traveling exhibits. 150,000 squareimmersive and interactive historyMay 1-October 31. Admission fee. feet of immersive exhibit spaceattraction located amid the naturalEducation & Visitor Center with gift enables visitors to travel back morebeauty of the Kettle Moraine Stateshop open year-round.than 65 million years to the land ofForest and the woodlands, prairie,Telephone: (414) 525-5653dinosaurs, gaze at ancientand wetlands of southwestboernerbotanicalgardens.org civilizations, immerse yourself inWaukesha County. Explore the tropical rainforest, walk thesensory-rich spaces, hear storiesMilwaukee County ZooStreets of Old Milwaukee,from docents in character, and10001 W. Bluemound Rd., witness a butterfly wriggle out ofOld World Wisconsin engage in hands-on activities.Milwaukee its chrysalis in the two-storyFeatures 60 authentically restoredVisit more than 2,100 mammals, butterfly vivarium, and view aMuseums/historic homes, farms, stores, andbirds, fish, amphibians and reptiles modern-day pow-wow! Hours:workshops dating from the 1840srepresentative of 330 different Wed-Mon 10-5 (closed Tues).Historyto the 1910s. Admission fee. Openspecies in specialized habitats Telephone: (414) 278-2728Fall & Spring Weekends: 10-4; mpm.eduSummer: Wed-Sun 10-4. spanning 190 acres. Features a Safari Train, Carousel, Aviary, Apes East Troy RailroadTelephone: (262) 594-6301 of Africa, Giraffe Experience, Wild The Daniel M. SorefMuseum and Trainoldworldwisconsin.wisconsinConnections Animal Encounters, Dome Theater &East Troy Depot: history.orgSky Adventure Zip Line and Ropes Planetarium2002 Church Street, East TroyCourses, Gorilla Trek Virtual Reality 800 W. Wells St., MilwaukeeOperates last remaining piece ofPabst Mansion Experience and Big Cat Country. Visitors can experience 3D films,the original interurban network in2000 W. Wisconsin Avenue,Winter Hours: Weekdays 9:30-planetarium programs and screenWisconsin. Historic rail cars travel aMilwaukee2:30/Weekends 9:30-4:30; Spring shows on a six-story-tall screen10-mile scenic trip between EastAn exquisite example of an 1890sHours: Daily 9:30-4:30; Summer with digital surround sound.Troy and the Elegant FarmerGilded Age mansion, the formerHours: Daily 9:30-5:00; Fall: Daily Currently showing: Wisconsindepots. Museum with artifacts,home of Beer Baron Captain9:30-4:30. Closed: Thanksgiving, Stargazing; Blue Whales: Return ofexhibits and gift shop. Dinner,Frederick Pabst provides a glimpseChristmas, New Years Day. the Giants; Lights Out! Eclipses:Sunday brunch, family picnic andinto one of Milwaukees premierAdmission fees with Flex Pricing. Whys, Wonders, & Wows; Pinkcharter trains. See website forGerman immigrant families and anZoo Pass available. Floyds Dark Side of the Moon.schedules, special events andera of opulence. ShowcasesTelephone: (414) 771-3040Shows rotate throughout the day;ticket info. architectural craftsmanship,milwaukeezoo.org see website for schedule. Telephone: (262) 642-3263luxuriant furnishings, family Telephone: (414) 278-2728 easttroyrr.orgmemorabilia and an extensive fine mpm.eduarts collection. Gift shop. Milwaukee CountyAdmission fee/tours: Sun-Thur 10-War Memorial Center 4; Fri & Sat 10-5; holiday tours are Historical Societyespecially memorable.750 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr.,910 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Email: info@pabstmansion.com MilwaukeeDrive, MilwaukeeTelephone: (414) 931-0808Architectural landmark onFounded in 1935 and focused onpabstmansion.com Milwaukees lakefront is athe comprehensive history, culture, memorial to those who died inpeople and places of MilwaukeeSchlitz Audubon Nature Centerservice, served or are currentlyCounty, it features a collection ofTen ChimneysSchlitz Audubon serving in the U.S. Armedartifacts and archival materials.S43 W31575 Depot Rd.,Services. Original World War I andGenesee DepotNature CenterWorld War II poster collection,Offers educational programs andThe estate lovingly created by1111 E. Brown Deer Rd., eternal flame and reflecting pool,resources, exhibitions, researchtheatre legends Alfred Lunt andMilwaukee Purple Heart Memorial, 9/11library, online shop and specialLynn Fontanne. Online contentWith a mission to conserve the Memorial and Fox Companyevents. Admission fee; includesincludes gallery and interactivediverse habitats along the Lake Memorial. Educational programs.use of the research library. timeline. Tours offered May-Dec,Michigan shore, the center Hours: 8-6 daily (Labor Day toOpen Mon, Wed-Sat 9:30-5.Tues-Sat 10 & 2:30; Sun 12 & 2:30.provides access, experiences and Memorial Day): 8-8 daily (MemorialTelephone: (414) 273-8288 Children under 12 not admitted.environmental education. Birding Day to Labor Day). Closed holidays. milwaukeehistory.netReservations recommended.resources, lectures, art gallery, Telephone: (414) 273-5533 Admission fee. Special eventsinteractive programming, raptor warmemorialcenter.orgAmericas Blackincluding play readings and musicprogram and six miles of hiking Holocaust Museumin the Drawing Room. trails. Open Daily 8:30-5. Fees: $10 Wisconsin 401 W. North Ave., Milwaukee Telephone: (262) 968-4110adults; $7 for ages 3-17 & military; Automotive MuseumA history museum and memorialtenchimneys.org2 and under are free. 147 N. Rural St., Hartfordfounded by lynching survivorTelephone: (414) 352-2880Wisconsins largest auto museumJames Herbert Cameron, Jr. Nature/schlitzaudubon.org 3,300+ exhibits, both online and houses more than 115 vehicles,onsite, chronicling the BlackWildlifeUrban Ecology Centerincluding Pontiacs, Studebakers,Holocaust from pre-captivity in Kaisers, Fords, Chevrolets, and theAfrica circa 1619 to the present. 1500 E. Park Pl., Milwaukee worlds largest collection of KisselOn-site and online exhibits.Boerner (Riverside Park) automobiles, built in HartfordAdmission fee. Hours: Tues-ThursLocated along the Milwaukee between 1906 and 1931. ExhibitsBotanical GardensRiver, the center connects city-feature gas pumps, signs, license10-5.; Fri & Sat 10-3.9400 Boerner Dr., dwellers with nature. Urban habitat plates, outboard engines; oil cansTelephone: (414) 209-3640 Hales Corners (Whitnall Park)restoration, education and and other petroliana; and theabhmuseum.orgFormal gardens include perennial,programming. Branches located in #1003 Soo Line steam locomotivepeony, rock, rose, shrub, annual,Washington Park (1859 N. 40th St.) from 1913. Admission fee. Old World Wisconsin daylily, herb and trial gardens.and the Menomonee Valley (3700 Hours: Wed-Sat 10-5. W372 S9727 Hwy. 67, EagleMargies Garden child-friendlyW. Pierce St.). Hours on website. Telephone: (262) 673-7999 Voted 2022 #1 Place to Take Kidsattraction features playhouse, twigTelephone: (414) 964-8505 wisconsinautomuseum.comin the Milwaukee area byhut, interactive sculptures and trollurbanecologycenter.org 28 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE'