Charles Allis Art Museum
Watercolor by Fritz Gerlach
Charles Allis Art Museum is a 1911 Tudor-style mansion which was gifted to Milwaukee by Charles Allis, first president of Allis-Chalmers, and his wife Sarah, to "delight, inspire and educate." The mansion is intact with original furnishings and an art collection spanning 2,000 years.
Located at 1801 North Prospect Avenue at East Royall Place, Charles Allis Art Museum is part of the Milwaukee County War Memorial Complex.
Please see the Museum's website for hours and admission fees.
(left and right: photos of galleries of Charles Allis Art Museum; left photo is of parlor and right photo is of library. Library contains antique American furniture and landscapes by leading 19th century American artists.)
(information as of 2/01)
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