The Mitchell Park Domes are one of Milwaukee County’s most popular destinations.
County Executive Chris Abele shuttered the aging glass structures over the weekend after a piece of concrete the size of a tennis ball plummeted 20 feet into the desert dome.
Abele announced Monday all three domes will remain shut down until a fix is found. The ultimate answer could carry a price tag of tens of millions.
Construction crews began erecting the structures in 1959. The job took eight years.