Explore this Milwaukee landmark’s 10-story rotunda throughout the event.
When first built in 1895, the City Hall was the third-tallest building in the country thanks to it’s spectacular bell tower, which stands at 353 ft. tall. Designed by architect Henry C. Koch in the Flemish Renaissance Revival Style, the building was renovated and the bell tower restored in 2006. The Flemish Renaissance structure consists of a basement and eight stories of city offices.
Check out the video tour featuring tour guide and City Clerk Jim Owczarski who takes you from the rotunda to the bell tower!