This weekend's 'Doors Open Milwaukee' lets you get an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the Brew City

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--It's an open book history lesson for those who love anything about Milwaukee.  "Doors Open Milwaukee" is back for another year, and this time it's all in person.  It takes place both Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th.  At least one hundred different places will be profiled for free, including museums, historic theatres, galleries, and gardens. Fiserv Forum and America's Black Holocaust Museum are both on the list. Some tours and various locations will cost you. But organizers say this event is invaluable when it comes to learning everything you want to know about the Brew City.

In addition to in-person tours, you can also download the Historic Milwaukee app and take four new app-based tours, featuring Clarke Square, Harbor District, and Metcalfe Park.  This year, Doors Open will also work in tandem with two big community events, including Saturday's renaming of 34th Street in honor of Olympic athlete and U.S. Representative and scholar Ralph Metcalfe.  And then there's Sunday's Harbor Fest, honor Milwaukee's harbor with a boat parade and tours from 11 am until 4 pm.  

Click here for everything you want to know about Doors Open Milwaukee.H

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