Be among the first to catch a sneak peek of this local landmark.

The building will be open from 11 am – 4 pm on Saturday, with guided tours at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

Featured in the Milwaukee neighborhood poster series, The North Milwaukee Village Hall and Fire Station was built in 1901, and designed by architects Leenhouts and Guthrie. The impressive building served as the all-in-one municipal building for North Milwaukee, housing the volunteer fire department, police department, library and offices for elected officials.
While the building has been vacant for several years, Quasimondo Physical Theatre will renovate this historic landmark into a center for arts and education – the North Milwaukee Arthaus. Visitors are invited to join Executive Director, Brian Rott, in an exclusive tour revealing the history and future of this unique local landmark.

5151 N 35th St Milwaukee, WI

Saturday Hours
11 am - 4 pm

Sunday Hours
Not Open

Photography, Video, Tripods Permitted

Handicapped Accessible