The Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear preserves all of Avrum Chudnow’s Americana collection dating to the early 20th century. The museum is loved for its true-to-time exhibitions including Old shops and Clinic, Movie Place and the Train Depot.
If you want to truly travel back in time and see Milwaukee for its Vintage charm, this place is an absolute must!
- Fashion Dress studio
- Toy store
- Ice cream pavilion
- Political room
- Gift Shop
Entrance Ticket Details For Chudnow Museum Of Yesteryear
- Adults: $ 5
- Under 6 years : Free
- Youths 7-17 years: $ 4
- College Students w/ ID: $ 4
- Seniors 62+ years: $ 4
- Sundays: $ 10.00 for the entire family
Chudnow Museum Of Yesteryear Hours
- If the regular hours fall on a holiday, the place is generally open except on Thanksgiving.
- For scheduling Group tours and other timings, visit the official website.
How to Reach Chudnow Museum Of Yesteryear
- By Bus: At N12 & Kilbourn #777
- By Taxi
- By Car/Bike
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10.17% of people who visit Milwaukee include Chudnow Museum Of Yesteryear in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
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Chudnow Museum Of Yesteryear Reviews & Ratings
I LOVE THIS PLACE! The amount of memorabilia they have is amazing. Its like stepping into a time machine. I first went on a date with my BF and took my daughters back a little while later. We all are in agreement that its pretty cool
Wonderful place with interesting exhibits. The staff are friendly and helpful, I didn't do a guided tour but from what I overheard they seemed very good. Lots of interactive exhibits and they've been made interesting - eg there's a few "shops" set up.There's scavenger hunts to do as you walk around. Fun place to go for all the family with reasonable prices.
This cute little museum has so much history in it. And the man who runs it is the best tour guy! His passion and tenacity while telling all about the history there makes this place all the more better. Well worth $6.
Anyone interested in life in America (especially the Milwaukee area) during the first half of the 1900s will love this museum! Hundreds of collectables on display.
What a gem! I took my children and they engaged in a scavenger hunt that was offered, which was a great way to learn more about the historical significance of many of the items in this museum. The house itself is also beautiful with hardwood floors and built-ins. I like the idea rotating the exhibits, I will definitely return to see what's on display next time. So glad someone is preserving and sharing this history!