Directions and Parking

We’re looking forward to your visit!

In continued alignment with the City of Milwaukee Health Department's indoor mask guidance, the Haggerty Museum of Art requires all visitors--regardless of vaccination status--to wear a mask while inside the Museum. Disposable masks are available at the Museum's admissions desk.

Please review the following screening questions before visiting the Haggerty Museum of Art. If you are currently experiencing any of these symptoms, or if you answer "yes" to any of these questions, kindly reschedule your visit for another time. 

  1. Are you currently experiencing any of the COVID-19 symptoms, mild or severe? They are: fever (temperature of 100 degrees or higher), chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea.
  2. In the last ten days, have you been exposed to or in contact with anyone who has tested positive or is a presumptive positive for COVID-19?
  3. Have you been exposed to or in contact with anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 in the last fourteen days?


The Haggerty Museum of Art is located at North 13th and Clybourn streets on the Marquette University campus in Milwaukee. It is accessible to people with disabilities.


Parking for Haggerty visitors is available in Marquette University's Lot J, which can be accessed from North 11th Street, between Wisconsin Avenue and Clybourn Street. There are 15 spaces dedicated to Haggerty guests in the 85-space lot. Other spaces in Lot J are available on a first-come, first-served basis for museum programs. Please do not park in spots near the Parish Center posted “Gesu Parish Guests Only”.

Overflow parking is available in the Wells Street Parking Structure (1240 W. Wells St.) or in the metered spaces on Clybourn Street, located between North 11th and 15th streets.

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that the Haggerty Museum of Art is on the traditional homelands of the Menominee, Potawatomi, and Ho-Chunk Indian Nations, who have known this land as a relative for millennia and who remain our hosts on it. We also recognize the presence in Milwaukee of tribal members from nine other Wisconsin Nations, including the Oneida Nation, the Stockbridge-Munsee Community Band of Mohicans, the Brothertown Indian Nation, and the six Ojibwe Nations.