100 objects to signify Waukesha's 125th anniversary on display now
WAUKESHA (CBS 58) -- Numbers count, especially when it comes to the city of Waukesha's 125th anniversary. It's an ongoing celebration. And to commemorate, the Waukesha County Historical Society & Museum is showcasing the city's big milestone with a temporary exhibit called the "History of Waukesha in 100 Objects." It looks at the social, economic, and political moments over the span of the last century or so.
The 100 objects in the exhibit are from both the collections of the Waukesha County Historical Society & Museum and on loan from community members and organizations. Click here to learn more about the exhibition and the hours. The address is 101 W. Main Street in Waukesha.