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Vibrant, world-renowned arts and exhibits inside an iconic cultural center in the heart of historic downtown De Pere, Wisconsin.

This is the Mulva Cultural Center.


The Mulva Cultural Center will offer outstanding traveling exhibits, arts and culture within an architecturally significant facility in historic downtown De Pere, Wisconsin. The Center will open in fall 2023.

Ladies and Gentlemen…The Beatles!

Coming Fall 2023

Curated by the GRAMMY Museum and Fab Four Exhibits, Ladies and Gentlemen…The Beatles! brings us back to the early ’60s when rock n’ roll emerged. This exhibit covers the Fab-four from early 1964 through mid-1966, the years Beatlemania ran rampant in America. Guests will “Twist and Shout” for the range of Beatles memorabilia, rare photographs and an authentic replica of the Liverpool Cavern Club.

Evolution Dinosaur

February 14 – April 28, 2024

The most immersive dinosaur experience ever developed, Evolution will send chills down your spine with 30 hyper-realistic animatronic dinosaurs. Learn everything there is to know about Cretaceous Era dinosaurs through interactive tools in a one-of-a-kind setting.

The Bricktionary: The ultimate LEGO® A-Z

May 23 – September 2, 2024

Guests’ imaginations will run wild as they explore more than 150 custom-built LEGO® models, including some of the largest LEGO® creations ever built! Inspired by the book, The Bricktionary: the Ultimate A-Z of LEGO®, this exhibit showcases creations ranging from life-size animals to fashion and fantasy. Guests can even try their hand at making bricks inventions.


September 28, 2024 – January 5, 2025

Enter the waters of these fascinating creatures, more than 450 million years old. Sharks, created by the Australian Museum, which saw record attendance in its debut showing. Guest will experience breathtaking shark models, learn about 180 shark species “swimming” in an immersive setting, view shark artifacts, view displays about Indigenous cultures connections with sharks and the impact climate change has had on shark habitats. The Mulva Cultural Center is one of only four U.S. stops for the Sharks exhibit.


The Mulva Cultural Center is a place where all guests are invited to experience a culturally creative and diverse environment for education, enlightenment, contemplation and enjoyment.

Unique Spaces

The Mulva Cultural Center project will include unique spaces to enhance the guest experience:

  • Core exhibit space
  • Flexible contemporary gallery space
  • Special performance spaces
  • Areas for reflection and contemplation
  • Café
  • Expansive second floor outdoor deck