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A Milwaukee nonprofit dedicated to giving visitors a glimpse into Milwaukee life between the world wars with authentic items displayed in store settings. Handicap-accessible guided tours are offered at no additional charge, and there is free...more
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This museum appeals to folks of a 'certain' age as it features mementos up to WWII. Young folks might not appreciate a trip down nostalgia lane, but we found it interesting. There is free parking in back.
Great way to spend an hour or 2 at very affordable price. Trip through MIL/WI/USA history of early to mid 20th century with some very cool an fun artifacts and displays! Thanks for hospitality and would return as sounds like they switch displays somewhat frequently...More
At just $6 entry fee this represented fantastic value for what was a fascinating little place. Free parking on site was also available. The museum is actually an old property and each room of the house is set out as a different exhibit (for example,...More
(They're really should be a visit type that's "elderly relatives.") This was a great place to visit with my 70-year-old mom and 91-year-old grandma, but anyone who enjoys early 20th century history will enjoy this delightful, friendly museum. My favorite part are the Women in...More
It is just what the name implies. A fascinating collection of items from >100 yrs old. The tour guide was knowledgeable and very interesting. The audience ranged from folks in 80s/90s who used items in the collection to much younger folks who only read or...More
This is a great little visit in Milwaukee. A very interesting collection of products, furniture and appliances from the 1920's-1950's and 60's. The guide is very informative. Visit the Chudnow and you will be happy you stopped.
If the 1930s to 1940s interests you, then you should stop in for a look.It's a two story house with grocery, pharmacy, agriculture, war, automotive, and other exhibits to entertain you for an hour or two.