- Open 7 days
- 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
1234 W Tory Hill St, Milwaukee, WI 53233
Our public events include a variety of tours, performances, gallery talks, lectures, artist talks, and workshops. Events are always free and open to the public.
The Haggerty works closely with the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and other institutions of higher education by providing classes, tours and internships, as well as sharing guest artists.
The museum is open to the public and free. As part of our commitment to enrich the lives of our communities, free guided and self-guided tours for youth and adult community groups are available.
Guided tours include multiple artwork stops, during which participants experience participatory engagement strategies, such as making musical connections with art; drawing and writing activities; discussion and reflection time; games; and more. Tours are approximately 50 minutes long. Guided tours can be scheduled for a maximum group size of sixty-five people Tuesday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. must be scheduled at least four weeks in advance.
Guided tours for youth groups 6 to 9 years old require one chaperone for every five youth. Guided tours for youth groups 10 to 17 years old require one chaperone for every 10 youth.
To book, you must request a guided tour online.
Self-guided museum visits—where groups explore the galleries on their own—are also available. The museum offers a menu of experiences and resources that will help your group make the most of their visit. Self-guided museum visits can be scheduled for groups of up to sixty-five participants and must be scheduled at least four weeks in advance.
Self-guided museum visits for youth groups 6 to 9 years old require one chaperone for every four youth.Self-guided tours for youth groups 10 to 17 years old require one chaperone for every 7 youth.
To book, you must request a self-guided museum visit online.
Whether you are dropping your child off at the start of the semester, returning to campus for homecoming, or the parent of a future Golden Eagle, we encourage you to visit the museum.