Baumgartner Terrace


Baumgartner Terrace is a brick outdoor patio extending south from the Quadracci Pavilion. From here, guests enjoy the upsweep of the Museum’s architecture, the greenery of South Lawn, the Cudahy Gardens, and views of Lake Michigan. At night, the wings of the Burke Brise Soleil are lit to beautiful effect. Rented by itself, with Windhover Hall, or as a part of the pavilion, the terrace is an excellent addition to your event.

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About the Space


Baumgartner Terrace hosts numerous events. It connects to Windhover Hall via two entries on either side of the Northwestern Mutual Meeting Room on the Museum’s main floor.

Baumgartner Terrace features the following:
 
 
 

South Lawn and the West Plaza


The Museum’s sprawling South Lawn is an expansive grassy area ideal for tented events. The lawn runs 200 feet in length by 150 feet in width, making 30,000 square feet of level field available for use.

The West Plaza is a continuation of the Baumgartner Terrace, running the length of Schroeder Galleria for over 250 feet. Along its length, the plaza gradually descends onto Art Museum Drive and the Cudahy Gardens. Let our creativity inspire the use of this space for your event.

Planning Your Event


Planning an event at the Milwaukee Art Museum is easy. For detailed information and booking, please contact 414-224-3287 or .

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