Court of Honor Restoration


 Help us Restore Three Important Local Sculptures

At the top of a slight hill on West Wisconsin Avenue in downtown Milwaukee, just east of I-43, lies one of Milwaukee’s key cultural spaces. It is home to several important local monuments, including a bronze woman and child at the feet of George Washington dedicated in 1885. The boulevard became known as the Court of Honor after the erection of the bronze Civil War monument, the “Victorious Charge” in 1898. Later the area gained even more significance with the addition of a 65 foot stone column in 1900 and another bronze monument to a Spanish American War Hero in 1932.


With the renewed interest and improvement on West Wisconsin Avenue there is a need to finish the restoration of this historic Court of Honor.  We have gathered a committee to help raise funds for this effort which include; representatives from the Wisconsin Club, Westown Association, Milwaukee Downtown BID-21, Zilber Property Group, Marquette University, the Milwaukee Public Library and others.

But we also need your help to complete this project! Donate online with Paypal today!             

To help us to reach our goal of $100,000 to restore the Court of Honor, please donate on-line today or mail your check made out to Westown Association:

Court of Honor Project
c/o Westown Association
633 West Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 409
Milwaukee, WI 53203

All donations are tax-deductible. Thank you for your support!

Thank you to all who joined us at the Five after 5 Fundraiser! Click here to see photos from the event. 



  • Civil War Monument