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A Tour of the Pabst Mansion Deserves a Blue Ribbon

avatar   Stacy

Posted On 09/09/2021 09:27:48

Wisconsin | Milwaukee | Pabst Mansion | Pabst Beer | Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee | Mansion Tours

A Tour of the Pabst Mansion Deserves a Blue Ribbon


Built for Captain Frederick Pabst and his wife Maria, the Pabst Mansion was originally under construction for two years beginning in mid-1890. Following the death of both Captain & Mrs. Pabst less than 20 years later, their descendants sold the mansion to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee. After being saved from demolition in the mid-1970s, the mansion, with its many original pieces of art and furniture in Milwaukee, WI, is open for tours today.

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Do you enjoy touring mansions?

It seems like the place that was at the top of nearly every "must see" list for Milwaukee, WI was the Pabst Mansion. Since we had a day to explore the city with my aunt and her friend, we decided to start there. When we arrived, the next tour was self-guided (they rotate between guided and self-guided tours), so we went the DIY route. We lucked out at the end of our visit when one of the guides took us back to Captain Pabst's office to show us some cool features not usually included in either tour!

What mansions (or castles) would you like to tour?

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