Top Stop at Doors Open Milwaukee
A favorite stop for the 2012 Doors Open Milwaukee: the City Hall Bell Tower.
If you didn’t attend this past weekend’s Doors Open Milwaukee, you missed one of this town’s marquee events. The event allowed the public to visit 126 places with a wide variety of uses and architectural styles, from Jones Island to the Federal Courthouse. People were even able tour parts of buildings which are usually off limits.
One of the most popular destinations? The City Hall Bell Tower. Built in 1895 the tower is a landmark in downtown Milwaukee, and this weekend hundreds of people got the opportunity to take an up close view of its inner workings. Some even rang the bell.
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