MILWAUKEE -- There are many hidden treasures in Milwaukee. They will be showcased in an event called "Doors Open Milwaukee" on September 17 and 18.
The sixth annual Doors Open Milwaukee event will open the doors to over 150 buildings free-of-charge to the public; from churches to office buildings, theaters to work sites, museums to hotels, clubs to universities.
The event is put on by Historic Milwaukee, Inc. The non-profit organization is dedicated to increasing awareness of and commitment to Milwaukee's history.
This year, they are especially spotlighting Clarke Square, Sherman Park and West Allis neighborhoods.
Last year there were 30,000 attendees.