$19 Adults
$17 Students (w/ID), Seniors (65+)
Free for Kids 12 & under
Free to Members
Free to Wisconsin K–12 teachers with valid school ID or pay stub
Free the first Thursday of every month, sponsored by Meijer

* All adult tour groups or school groups should call 414-224-3842.


Cafe Calatrava

01Bearing the namesake of the world-renowned architect of the Quadracci Pavilion, the café reflects Santiago Calatrava’s creativity, quality, and design in everything from the presentation to its delectable cuisine.

The café dining room faces lakeside, with floor to ceiling windows offering spectacular views. An ever-changing menu of contemporary cuisine, including kid-friendly selections, offers a variety of options to satisfy every guest. The café is also equipped to serve buffets and box lunches for tour groups, as well as full-service catering for on-site dinner parties and events. In the spring and summer, the café extends service to its lakefront terrace for dining al fresco.

Windhover Coffee—featuring Stone Creek Coffee

coffeeshopOpen at 10 a.m., closes one-half hour before the Museum

Recharge at Windhover Coffee, located in the southeast corner of Windhover Hall, overlooking Lake Michigan. Our friendly baristas serve locally roasted coffee from our full espresso bar, beverages, snacks, and fresh pastries from independent local bakeries. Windhover Coffee offers sandwiches and salads, made to order.

East End Wine Bar

Open at 10 a.m., closes one-half hour before the Museum

Relax at the East End Wine Bar, located in the northeast corner of the new East End addition, overlooking Lake Michigan. The wine bar serves Stone Creek Coffee, craft and imported beer, international wines, gourmet tea by Rare Tea Cellar, and fresh desserts from Rocket Baby Bakery. Enjoy European-style small plates prepared before you at the bar.