Thiensville Hotel 1855

Erected 1999 by Thiensville Historic Preservation Commission
Thiensville, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
43.23075,-87.982921

THIENSVILLE HOTEL 1855
The building was constructed by Ernst van Alten as a hotel, tavern, and restaurant. Many of its patrons were customers of the Thiensville Mill. It was later purchased by Louis Kiekee Sr. and known as the Kieker Tavern in the 1890s.
The building and markers are located on southbound Green Bay Road, just north of its intersection with North Main Street / South Main Street, at 119 Green Bay  Road, Thiensville, Wisconsin 53092.

The building is now home to Skippy's Sports Pub and Grub.

The building is located in the Green Bay Road Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin: Ozaukee County.

Village of Thiensville Historic Preservation Commission

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The very small plaque is visible to the left of the side entrance,
between the door and the left window.

The plaque is to the left of the side entrance.

The building is located in the Green Bay Road Historic District,
listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin: Ozaukee County.

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