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Parking


The Museum has an air conditioned/heated underground parking garage, accessible from Michigan Street or Lincoln Memorial Drive. Handicap parking available.

Parking Rates:
15 min or less: Free
15 min - 1 hour: $5
1–2 hours: $7
2–3 hours: $9
3–6 hours: $11
6–12 hours: $16
12 hours or more: $26
Special Events Parking: Varies

Members receive parking discounts. Read our Member Parking FAQ.

Additional Parking Information


War Memorial north lot: just north of the Museum on Lincoln Memorial Dr. Daily rates vary.

Museum Center Park garage is directly west of the Museum. Hourly/daily rates vary.

Metered parking is available on city streets near the Museum. Weekday rates up to $1/hour.

US Bank parking structure is accessible from Michigan, Cass, or Clybourne St. evenings and weekends only. $5 rate.

For more parking options visit www.parkmilwaukee.com.

Transportation


Milwaukee County Transit bus routes 14 and Gold Line stop on Prospect Ave., across Museum Center Park from the Museum. Routes 12, 23, 30, 31, 33, and 137 serve the Downtown Transit Center on Wisconsin Ave. at Cass St., one block west of the Museum.

Ozaukee County Express route 143 runs on weekdays. It stops at the Downtown Transit Center one block west of the Museum, with service from Cedarburg, Fredonia, Grafton, Mequon, Port Washington and Saukville.

Amtrak trains serve the Milwaukee (MKE) station, 1.3 miles west of the Museum. There are 14 trains daily between Chicago and Milwaukee.

Accessibility


The Museum is wheelchair and stroller accessible. Wheelchairs, if needed, are available from the Admissions Desk. Handicapped parking is available in the underground parking garage. Backpack baby carriers are not permitted in the galleries. Service animals and Segways used for mobility are welcome at the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Biking


Bike racks are available on the Museum grounds. The Oak Leaf bike trail passes right alongside the Museum.

Questions?


For more information, please contact the visitor services department at 414-224-3200 or