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Rated: 4.5 Stars $$.
Address: 2000 W Wisconsin Ave Milwaukee, WI 53233.
Phone: (414) 931-0808
Specialties: Museums, Venues Event Spaces, Historical Tours.
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Pabst Mansion, Inc., a registered non-profit organization located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, operates a vital house museum that preserves the legacy of the Pabst family and their impact on the citizens, history, and culture of the Greater Milwaukee community. More
The Pabst Mansion is a grand Flemish Renaissance Revival-styled house built in 1892 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA for Captain Frederick Pabst (1836-1904), founder of the Pabst Brewing Company.In 1975 it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is now a historic house museum, offering tours to the public. More
93 reviews of The Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion "A fun, affordable tourist destination. Until this tour, I had no knowledge of the Pabst family philanthropy. I also was surprised and saddened to learn that many mansions once lined the same street, but were demolished. The place is lavish and beautiful...a must-see for Milwaukee tourists!" More
Specialties: Built by the famed brewing family between 1890 and 1892, the Pabst Mansion remains of the largest and most expensive houses to have ever been constructed in the city. Filled with rich details executed in wood, stained glass… More
93 reviews of The Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion "Truly an amazing bit of history and architecture. I'm so happy it's getting saved!! Well, worth the visit." More
The Pabst family was able to enjoy their abode for a relatively short period of time. After Captain Pabst died in 1904 and Mrs. Pabst in 1906, the heirs to the estate put the Pabst Mansion up for sale. In May of 1908, the Archdiocese of Milwaukee successfully negotiated for the purchase of the Mansion to be used as the residence of the Archbishop. More
“Gilded Age Mansion the Link to Pabst, the Man” Esteemed for its cheap cost and blue-collar image, Pabst is the perennial favorite of college kids, country folk, and your average patriotic red-white-blue beer guzzler. Behind the legendary product, however, is the unique life of the forgotten Captain Frederick Pabst (1836-1904), an enterprising immigrant, a successful industrialist, and a ... More
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In November, 1897, Captain Frederick Pabst [1836-1904] built this $15,000 home on a $14,400 lot as a wedding gift for his son Fred, Jr. [1869-1958] and his wife. Located at 3112 W. Highland Blvd ... More