The sunburst sculpture (actually entitled "The Calling"--who knew?) and the gas building.
Wisconsin is one of the Milwaukee’s original streets, first named Wisconsin Street in 1835. The street name switched to Grand Avenue in 1876. When Johnston Hall opened in 1906, Marquette University hailed from a Grand Avenue address. The city’s street renaming program brought back the Wisconsin name in 1926, rechristening the thoroughfare as Wisconsin Avenue.
Each space in Potawatomi Bingo Casino is reflective of the rich culture of the Potawatomi, one of the Native American tribes who first settled the area. From the intimate setting of the Tribal Room, with beautiful views of downtown Milwaukee and a cozy fireplace, to the rich, warm tones and modern style of the Woodland Dreams Ballroom, you’re always dealt a winning hand.