Doors Open Milwaukee – Bradley Center

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“State of the Art” when erected in 1986, the Bradley Center hosts 150 events annually and is home to the Milwaukee Bucks, Marquette Golden Eagles, and Milwaukee Admirals. Visitors will be able to tour the entire arena, including clubs, suites, team locker rooms and select back of the house facilities.

The Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was built through the generosity of the late Jane Bradley Pettit in memory of her father, Harry Lynde Bradley. Bradley was a co-founder and chairman of the Allen-Bradley Company. The Bradley Center is the only major, public assembly facility in North Americawith construction underwritten through the philanthropy of a single family. Its construction and continuing operation represent a gift to all the people of the State of Wisconsin.” – Doors Open Milwaukee Website

This is the Milwaukee Bucks Locker room!

The hallway of the locker room.

The players names are above their cubbies.

Such a large television!

The carpet of the locker room.

We receive Bucks water bottles as a special for our checkin’s on FourSquare!

The basketball floor was taken apart. And the scoreboard was lowered.

We were on the jumbo-tron!


I can almost reach it!

Marquette Basketball’s locker room.

[Photos and event from September 24, 2011]

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