Explore virtual content or buy a ticket to see the museum in person.
Jewish Museum Milwaukee is located in the Helfaer Community Services Building. It was designed by Edward Durrell Stone and is in the brutalist style. The building also houses the Milwaukee Jewish Federation and the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle. The largest artifact in the Museum is a 14×19 foot original Marc Chagall Tapestry that has been in the building since it opened in 1973.
JMM is open to the public. You can purchase your timed ticket here
JMM is opening a new exhibit, “Luba Lukova: Designing Justice” to the public on September 16. In addition to visiting, JMM has a robust virtual programming platform including weekly Museum Moments that explore pieces of Milwaukee and Wisconsin history.
Milwaukee’s community Holocaust Memorial is outside Jewish Museum Milwaukee, featuring a sculpture by Milwaukee native Claire Lieberman. The memorial provides a meditative space to understand the horror of the Holocaust.