© Photographed August 21, 2012 and October 8, 2016
City of Milwaukee Designated Landmark
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
FREDERICK PABST MANSION
Designed by G. B. Ferry and A. C. Clas, erected in 1980 - 92, and designated in 1972 as a landmark of the City of Milwaukee in recognition of its historical and architectural significance to the community.
The Pabst Mansion is located on westbound West Wisconsin Avenue, just west of its intersection with North 19th Street, at 2000 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Arrived too late to take a tour of the house, but did get a chance to see the gorgeous stained glass windows in the Victorian gift store. Already making plans to return in December, when the house is fully decorated for the holidays!
Very interesting and informative!
Hour-long video, also very interesting and informative.
See also, Marker 311: Captain Frederick Pabst, also at this location, and Marker 309: Pabst Theater, at a nearby location.
The small conservatory built for Pabst's wife.
The conservatory's stained glass windows:
The Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.