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Milwaukee Public Museum's time at MPL

The Milwaukee Public Library and the Milwaukee Public Museum shared a building for around 70 years. That building is the current Central Library building at 814 W Wisconsin Ave.
Simba the lion
At one time, a lion cub named Simba even lived in the building.

Check out this link to see photos of the library while the museum still had residence. You can also find out more about the lion who lived in the library and see a video of him as a cub.


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