Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

16th Street Viaduct (Bridge)   [Map · Street View]
One of four ways to cross the Menomonee River valley
Also known as: James E. Groppi Unity Bridge
27th and Wells Streets Commercial Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
West Side Neighborhood undergoing restoration
A.O. Smith Co. Automated Frame Assembly Line (Factory)   [Map]
A large campus of manufacturing, including automobile frames, farm equipement and numerous other products.
Abbot Row (House)   [Map]
Row houses converted to condominiums, not open to the public
Abraham H. Esbenshade House (House)   [Map]
Two story, red brick late Queen Anne house with Renaissance Revival features
Albert and Edith Adelman House (House)   [Map]
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Home in Fox Point
Alexander H. McMicken House (House)   [Map]
One of the best preserved Craftsman style homes in West Allis.
Alexander Mitchell House (House)   [Map]
Second Empiire mansion on Milwaukee's near west side
Also known as: Wisconsin Club, Deutscher Club
Alfred C. Clas House (House)   [Map]
Alfred Clas' retirement home, built with style and whimsey
Alfred Lester Slocum House (House)   [Map]
Tudor Revival House
Alfred M. Hoelz House (Residential building)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
All Saints' Episcopal Cathedral Complex (Church)   [Map]
Edward Townsend Mix designed complex of cathedral and diocese buildings
Allen-Bradley Clock Tower (Tower)   [Map]
A tower that holds what was once the largest four-faced clock in the world.
Also known as: Rockwell Automation Headquarters
Ambassador Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
Art Deco luxury hotel with Egyptian Revival styling details
American League Birthplace (Hotel)   [Map]
Birthplace of the American League
Also known as: Republican Hotel
American System Built Homes-Burnham Street District (District)   [Map]
Prototype structures of Frank Lloyd Wright's concept of American System Homes.
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church (Church)   [Map]
One of Frank Lloyd Wright's last major designs
Also known as: Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation
Appomattox (Shipwreck) (Shipwreck)   [Map]
Largest wooden steam freighter on the Great Lakes that ran aground in 1905
Arthur C. and Leonora M. Votteler Managold House (House)   [Map]
One of two Eschweiler homes designed for the south side of Milwaukee
Also known as: Manegold/Gramling House
Astor on the Lake (Hotel)   [Map]
924 E. Juneau Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Hotel Astor
Avalon Theater (Theater)   [Map]
First movie house in Milwaukee to be built for "talking" pictures
Baasen House-German YMCA (Meeting hall)   [Map]
Cream City Brick structure with an interesting history
Also known as: Wisconsin House Tavern, Mercy House, Mount Sinai Hospital
Barfield-Staples House (Residential building)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Baumbach Building (Industrial building)   [Map]
5-Story, low-rise commercial building in the heart of the Historic Third Ward
Bay View Historic District (District)   [Map]
Neighborhood of mixed types architecture in homes, businesses, restaurants and nightlife
Benjamin Church House (House)   [Map]
Greek Revival Home built in Kilbourntown and moved to Estabrook Park in 1938 for preservation.
Also known as: Kilbourntown House
Berninger Building (Building)   [Map]
3122-3126 W. Pierce Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Ray's Knob Hill Tavern, VFW (3128)
Blatz Brewery Complex (Industrial building)   [Map]
I'm from Milwaukee, and I ought to know!
Blommer Ice Cream Company (Commercial building)   [Map]
Former ice cream factory repurposed to residential use
Brewers Hill Historic District (District)   [Map]
A neighborhood of mixed styles, created before the days of zoning and building codes
Brown Deer School (School)   [Map]
4800 W. Green Brook Dr., Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Also known as: Little White Schoolhouse Museum
Caleb Elliott Johnson House (House)   [Map]
A Mediterranean Revival Home that Palmolive Soap built
Calvary Presbyterian Church (Church)   [Map · Street View]
935 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: The Big Red Church, In Tandem Theater
Cass--Juneau Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Active neighborhood of homes, apartments, schools and churches
Cass--Wells Street Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
712, 718, and 724 E. Wells St. and 801, 809, 815, 819, and 823 N. Cass St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Central Library (Library)   [Map]
U-shaped building designed by Ferry & Clas in a Neo-renaissance format
Also known as: Milwaukee Public Library and Museum
Century Building (Building)   [Map]
808 N. Old World Third St., 230 W. Wells St. Milwaukee
Charles Abresch House (House)   [Map]
2126 W. Juneau Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Charles Allis House (House)   [Map]
1630 E. Royall Pl., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Charles Allis Art Library
Charles Quarles House (House)   [Map]
2531 N. Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Charles Rollins Manville House (House)   [Map]
2443 N. Wahl Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Chief Lippert Fire Station (Fire station)   [Map]
19th Century fire station, remodeled and repurposed as an office building
Also known as: Chemical Engine House No. 1
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church (Church)   [Map]
2235 W. Greenfield Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Christian Foth House (House)   [Map]
1209--1211 S. Seventh St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Church Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
First residential street platted in Hart's Mill, now known as Wauwatosa
Coakley Brothers Warehouse (Commercial building)   [Map]
Mediterranean Revival style, 8 story warehouse
Also known as: Cube Smart
Coast Guard Station, Old (Military facility)   [Map]
Prairie-style station, one of two in the world, built in 1915 but demolished in April 2008
Cold Spring Shops (Railroad facility)   [Map]
The central maintenance shop for mass transit for decades, now repurposed and looking for tenants.
Also known as: Highland Educational Academy
Commerce Street Power Plant (Power plant)   [Map]
The Commerce Street power plant began generating power in 1903
Concordia Historic District (District)   [Map]
A residential neighborhood of styles that were popular from the mid-nineteenth century to the early 1920's
Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue (Place of worship)   [Map]
Red brick and sandstone, former synagogue now a baptist church.
Also known as: Greater Galilee Missionary Baptist Church
Copeland Service Station (Service station)   [Map]
Streamline Moderne service station converted to a coffee shop
Also known as: Sherman Perk
Court of Honor (Site)   [Map]
A collection of statues in the Wisconsin Avenue esplanade near the Central Library
Cudahy Depot (Railroad facility)   [Map]
19th Century C&NW Depot repurposed as a museum and historical society headquarters
Also known as: Cudahy Historical Society
David W. Howie House (House)   [Map]
Queen Anne style frame home, clad with Cream City Brick, now a Bed & Breakfast
Also known as: Manderley Bed & Breakfast
Desmond--Farnham--Hustis House (House)   [Map]
one of the Milwaukee's finest remaining Victorian Gothic-style homes
Dover Street School and Social Center (School)   [Map · Street View]
Former MPS Neighborhood School
Dr. Fisk Holbrook Day House (House)   [Map]
A historically significant house that has both NRHP and National Landmark Status.
Also known as: Sunnyhill Home
Dr. James A. Bach House (House)   [Map]
The last true Victorian home built in the North Point neighborhood
Dr. Lewis J. Daniels House (House)   [Map]
Mission Style house in Milwaukee
Dr. William Batchelor House (House)   [Map]
One of two Eschweiler homes designed for the south side of Milwaukee
Eagles Club (Meeting hall)   [Map]
Former FOE meeting and ballroom, now a popular concert venue
Also known as: The Rave
East Brady Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
One of Milwaukee's best-known surviving ethnic commercial streets, nearly intact as built over the years.
East Oregon and South Barclay Industrial Historic District (District)   [Map]
Part of Milwaukee's near south side industrial neighborhood
East Side Commercial Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
Large commercial district in downtown Milwaukee filled with architectural gems
East Village Historic District (District)   [Map]
Ethnic workers' neighborhood with dense housing on an irregular street pattern
Edward J. Dahinden House (House)   [Map]
Craftsman style house now serving professional offices
Also known as: Absolute Technology Law Group, LLC
Elderwood (House)   [Map]
6789 N. Elm Tree Rd., Glendale, Wisconsin
Also known as: The House in the Woods
Elias A. Calkins Doublehouse (House)   [Map]
1612--1614 E. Kane Pl., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Meddaugh,B.A.,House
Emanuel D. Adler House (House)   [Map]
Former residence converted to commercial space
Emil H. Ott Residence (House)   [Map]
Limestone English Tudor Mansion
Erastus B. Wolcott, M.D Statue (Statue)   [Map]
Statue of Wisconsin's Pioneering Physician
Erwin Cords House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Exton Apartments Building (Residential building)   [Map · Street View]
Art Deco styled apartment building from the 1930s
Also known as: 1260 Apartments
Federal Building (Courthouse)   [Map · Street View]
Outstanding Richardson Romanesque Revival Building
Fifth Street School (School)   [Map · Street View]
Closed as a school in 2007, sold, and being repurposed into housing
Also known as: Isaac Coggs School
First Church of Christ, Scientist (Church)   [Map]
Former house of worship now repurposed as commercial space
Also known as: Renaissance Place
First Unitarian Church (Church)   [Map]
Neo-Gothic church, the oldest remaining Unitarian church in Milwaukee
First Ward Triangle Historic District (District)   [Map]
Southern end of the Gold Coast, featuring a statue of Robert Burns in the triangle
Florida and Third Industrial Historic District (District)   [Map]
Industrial area comprised of nine buildings in the Walker's Point Neighborhood
Forest Home Cemetery and Chapel (Cemetery)   [Map]
You can learn a lot of history in a cemetery - if you know the story behind the name
Fourth Street School (School)   [Map]
The childhood elementary school of Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel 1969-1974
Also known as: Golda Meir School
Frank J. Williams House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Frank Koelsch Funeral Home (Commercial building)   [Map]
Two story Tudor revival funeral home/residence clad with Lannon Stone.
Also known as: Church and Chapel
Fred Sivyer House (House)   [Map]
Residence repurposed as an apartment building, close to the Marquette University Campus
Fred W. Ullius Jr., House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house.
Frederick C. Bogk House (House)   [Map]
The only Frank Lloyd Wright house in the City of Milwaukee commissioned by a specific client
Frederick Ketter Cooperage (Industrial building)   [Map]
Originally a cooperage, this wonderful brick structure has been converted to a private home.
Also known as: Frederick Ketter Warehouse
Frederick Pabst House (House)   [Map]
Flemish Revival, ornate mansion, now serving as a museum.
Frederick Pabst, Jr. House (House)   [Map]
Neoclassical home of Frederick Pabst, Jr., president of Pabst Brewing Company
Frederick Sperling House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Frederick T. & Eleanor Goll House (House)   [Map]
Finely preserved example of a stately mansion from the halcyon days of Milwaukee's "Gold Coast" of Prospect Avenue
Friedmann Row (House)   [Map]
Queen Anne-Romanesque Revival style multi-family dwelling from the Victorian era
Also known as: Patrician Row Condominiums
G. B. Van Devan House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Gallun Tannery Historic District (District)   [Map]
A campus of former industrial buildings, now being developed into residential use
Garden Homes Historic District (District)   [Map]
America's first municipally-built housing development.
General Friedrich (Baron) von Steuben Monument (Statue)   [Map]
The only equestrian statue created by J. Otto Schweizer
Also known as: Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin Freiherr (Baron) von Steuben
General Thaddeus Kosciuszko (Statue)   [Map]
Statue commemorating the Polish hero of the American Revolution
George C. Mansfield Company Building (Industrial building)   [Map · Street View]
Former industrial building now converted to apartments
Also known as: Gridley Dairy Company, Borden Company, Haymarket Lofts
George E. Morgan House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
George Gabel House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
George Schuster House and Carriage Shed (House)   [Map]
German Renaissance Revival style mansion of distinctive red stone, red brick and Terra Cotta decor
Also known as: Schuster Mansion Bed & Breakfast, The Red Castle, Redstone Apartments
George W. Peck Row House (Residential building)   [Map · Street View]
1620-1630 N. Farwell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
George Watts & Son (Commercial building)   [Map · Street View]
Retail establishment selling fine china, crystal and art since 1870
German-English Academy (School)   [Map]
A Neo-Romanesque style school building, now serving as office space for the Milwaukee School of Engineering
Also known as: B Building, Milwaukee School of Engineering
Germania Building (Building)   [Map]
8 Story, Classical Revival, Beaux Arts Office Building
Also known as: Brumder Building
Gesu Church (Church)   [Map · Street View]
French Gothic Jesuit church on the campus of Marquette University
Gimbels Parking Pavilion (Building)   [Map]
An Art Deco style structure built to accommodate the old Gimbels customer
Goodwill Industries Building (Building)   [Map]
Former industrial plant repurposed as an apartment building.
Also known as: Van Dyke Knitting Company, Knitting Factory Loft Apartments
GRACE A. CHANNON (canaller) Shipwreck (Shipwreck)
12.75 Mi. NE of the Bender Park boat launch, Oak Creek vacinity
Graham Row (House)   [Map]
Row houses built by Irish immigrant John Graham
Grand Avenue Congregational Church (Church)   [Map]
Former Congregational Church, home to the Irish Cultural Heritage Center since 1996
Also known as: Irish Cultural Heritage Center
Grand Avenue Elementary School (School)   [Map · Street View]
Built in 1920 to replace a Ferry & Clas School that burned down
Also known as: Wisconsin Avenue School
Greendale Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by W. Grange Ave. and Catalpa St., Greendale, Wisconsin
Greenfield School (Museum)   [Map]
Richardson Romanesque Cream City Brick schoolhouse, used as a school until 1923 and as a museum since 1968.
Also known as: Garfield School, Fifth District School
Gustav Pabst House (House)   [Map]
Ashlar limestone façade mansion with Corinthian columnar portico and green tiled mansard roof
Gustav Trostel House (House)   [Map]
Flamboyant Gothic Revival house resembling a Eurpean castle
H. R. Davis House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Halbert D. Jenkins House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house.
Harley--Davidson Motorcycle Factory Building (Factory)   [Map]
World Headquarters of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company
Harp Luminaiŕe (Miscellaneous)
Almost All Streets in Milwaukee
Harrison Hardie House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Harry B. Walker House (House)   [Map]
High style Victorian Gothic residence with several steeply pitched gabled roofs
Also known as: Chastina B. Walker House
Henni Hall (School)   [Map]
Center of the campus of the St. Francis Seminary, the oldest seminary in continuous operation in the United States
Also known as: St. Francis Seminary
Henry A. Meyer House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Henry Harnischfeger Mansion (House)   [Map]
2-½ story, gable-roofed, German Renaissance Revival style mansion on a raised, rock faced limestone terrace
Henry Harrison Button House (House)   [Map]
Italianate mansion on Milwaukee's lower east side, now serving as an art gallery
Also known as: David Barnett Gallery
Herman Uihlein House (House)   [Map]
Renaissance Revival and Beaux-Arts mansion built of Bedford limestone quarried in Indiana
Also known as: The Grant C. Beutner House
Herman W. Buemming House (House)   [Map]
1012 E. Pleasant St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Highland Avenue Methodist Church (Church)   [Map]
Gothic church of stone and Terra Cotta
Also known as: Solomon Community Temple, First German Methodist Episcopal
Highland Boulevard Historic District (District)   [Map]
This once grand boulevard of mansions remains a vital neighborhood
Historic Third Ward District (District)   [Map]
Former industrial and warehouse district converted to upscale living, shopping and nightlife
Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church (Church)   [Map]
605 S. 4th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Our Lady of Guadalupe Roman Catholic Church
Home Office, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company (Commercial building)   [Map · Street View]
Richardsonian Romanesque office building, built for NML, now the Hilton Garden Hotel
Also known as: Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Downtown, Loyalty Building, North Broadway Building No. 611
Horace AJ Upham House (House)   [Map]
Jacobean style mansion designed as a residence, now institutionalized
Horace W. Hatch House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house.
Hotel Pfister (Hotel)   [Map · Street View]
Romanesque Revival, luxury hotel built by leather magnate, Guido Pfister
Hotel Schroeder (Hotel)   [Map · Street View]
The crown jewel of Walter Schroeder's midwest chain of hotels
Also known as: Sherton-Schroeder, Marc Plaza, Hilton Milwaukee City Center
Hotel Wisconsin (Hotel)   [Map]
The largest and most luxurious hotel in Wisconsin when it opened, now an upscale apartment building
Also known as: The Apartments at the Grand Wisconsin
Immanuel Presbyterian Church (Church)   [Map]
Victorian Gothic Style church designed by Edward Townsend Mix
Iron Block (Meeting hall)   [Map · Street View]
205 E. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Iron Horse Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
Six story, brick factory building now a hotel
Also known as: Wm. Berger Company, Molitor Box Company
J. H. Fiebing House (House)   [Map]
An Ernest Flagg home design in Flagg's well-known Beaux-Arts style.
J. L. Burnham Block (Meeting hall)   [Map]
907--911 W. National Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
James Conroy Block (Building)   [Map · Street View]
Four Story, Red Brick Queen Anne building with lots of decor and Queen Anne features
James Sawyer House (House)   [Map]
Classical Revival house with a two story portico
Jason Downer House (House)   [Map]
Victorian Gothic mansion designed by Edward Townsend Mix for Attorney Jason Downer, Now a private office.
Jeremiah Curtin House (House)   [Map]
Two story home constructed of limestone, covered with plaster, on its original foundation.
Jessie Blackburn Fitzgerald House (House)   [Map]
2506 N. Terrace Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
John F. Kern House (House)   [Map]
German Renaaissance Revival house facing Lake Michigan
John F. McEwens House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
John Mariner Building (Hotel)
Moderne style office building now serving as a hotel
Also known as: Hotel Metro, 411 East Mason Street
John Pritzlaff Hardware Company (Building)   [Map · Street View]
Complex of 5 buildings built between 1875 and 1919
Also known as: Historic Pritzlaff Building
Johnston Hall (School)   [Map]
1121 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Johnston Hall--Marquette University
Joseph B. Kalvelage House (Hotel)   [Map]
German Baroque Castle loaded with Terra Cotta and ironwork by noted local artisan, Cyril Colnik
Also known as: Kalvelage Schloss, The Castle on Kilbourne
Joseph B. Oliver House (House)   [Map]
1516 E. Brady St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company Saloon (House)   [Map]
Former Schlitz Brewing captive tavern, now serving as a popular restaurant
Also known as: Three Brothers Bar and Restaurant
Joseph Schlitz Company Brewery Complex (Industrial building)   [Map]
Campus of buildings that comprised what was once the largest brewery in America
Juneau Highlands Residential Historic District (District)   [Map]
A well preserved example of a pre-war subdivison that eschewed the accepted street grid with softly curved streets.
Juneau Park (Park)   [Map]
Nearly 16 acres of open space on Milwaukee's lower east side
Kegel's Inn Restaurant (Commercial building)   [Map]
Old English-style, Tudor Revival edifice which is sheathed with Lannon stone
Kenwood Park--Prospect Hill Historic District (District)   [Map]
A neighborhood of stately mansions, apartments and upscale residences
Kilbourn Avenue Row House Historic District (District)   [Map]
Several structures of row houses, mostly apartments near the Marquette University campus
Kilbourn Masonic Temple (Building)   [Map]
827 N. Eleventh St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Knapp-Astor House (Residential building)   [Map]
Wood framed, Georgian style house from 1891
Also known as: Montgomery House
Kneeland--Walker House (House)   [Map]
The finest example of the Queen Anne style in Wauwatosa
Also known as: Wauwatosa Historical Society
Knickerbocker Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
1028 E. Juneau Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Kopperud Park Residential Historic District (District)   [Map]
Well kept neighborhood near State Fair Park
Lake Park (Park)   [Map]
A 138 acre park, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, located on the shore of Lake Michigan on Milwaukee's East Side
Lawson Airplane Company--Continental Faience and Tile Company (Industrial building)   [Map · Street View]
Lost Industrial Building
Also known as: Pan-American Rubber Company, Fisk Rubber Company
Leon's Frozen Custard (Commercial building)   [Map]
3131 S. 27th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Lindsay--Bostrom Building (Industrial building)   [Map]
133 W. Oregon St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Lloyd A. Barbee House (House)   [Map · Street View]
Historical Residence
Lloyd R. Smith House (House)   [Map]
Styled in the fashion of Villa Cicogna Mozzoni in Lombardy, Italy by noted Chicago Architect, David Adler
Also known as: Villa Terrace Museum of Decorative Arts
Lohman Funeral Home and Livery Stable (House)   [Map]
Funeral Home Repurposed as Executive Offices
Also known as: La Causa Community Enrichment Center
Lowell Damon House (House)   [Map]
Wauwatosa's oldest residence and a classic example of a colonial home.
Also known as: Damon, Oliver, House
Mackie Building (Commercial building)   [Map · Street View]
Imposing example of large commercial structure of the 1870's, typical of Milv/aukee's rapid growth and commercial development following the Civil War
Also known as: Chamber of Commerce, Grain Exchange
Mary L. Nohl Art Environment (Work of art)   [Map]
7328 N. Beach Rd., Fox Point, Wisconsin
Also known as: Leo and Emma Nohl Residence, Mary L. Nohl Residence, The Witch's House
Matthew Keenan Residence (Miscellaneous)   [Map · Street View]
Edward Townsend Mix design Italianate residence built by the vice president of Northwestern Mutual Life
Mayer Boot and Shoe Company Building (Industrial building)   [Map]
Former industrial plant repurposed as an apartment and commercial building.
McIntosh--Goodrich Mansion (School)   [Map]
A Neo-Classical Revival style mansion on the Prospect Avenue Gold Coast
Also known as: Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
McKinley Boulevard Historic District (District)   [Map]
A neighborhood of similar design houses, with uniform placement, on a wide boulevard
Also known as: Cold Spring Park Neighborhood
Meadowmere (House)   [Map]
Once the sprawling estate of John & Hariet Mitchell, all that is left today is the Mitchell Mansion and a historical marker.
Also known as: Mitchell Manor Senior Living Community and, Meadowmere Assisted Living Community
Michael Carpenter House (House)   [Map]
1115 N. 35th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Hope Parish House
Milwaukee Athletic Club (Meeting hall)   [Map · Street View]
758 N. Broadway, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Breakwater Light (Lighthouse)   [Map]
Square on Square House Mounted with Round Lightroom
Milwaukee City Hall (City hall)   [Map]
Flemish Renaissance building with distinctive bell tower known by viewers of Laverne & Shirley
Milwaukee County Courthouse (Courthouse)   [Map · Street View]
901 N. 9th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee County Dispensary and Emergency Hospital (Building)   [Map]
Converted to a school, in use by Milwaukee Public Schools
Milwaukee County Historical Center (Museum)   [Map]
A two-story, wedge-shaped, monumental stone structure of a neo-classic design erected in 1913.
Also known as: Second Ward Savings Bank, First Wisconsin National Bank Second Ward Branch
Milwaukee County Home for Dependent Children-Administration Building (Building)   [Map · Street View]
Cream City Brick Administration Building
Also known as: Milwaukee County Parks Administration Building
Milwaukee County School of Agriculture and Domestic Economy Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
High School Campus designed by a prominent architect, abandoned in 1928
Also known as: Eschweiler Buildings
Milwaukee Fire Department High Pressure Pumping Station (Fire station)   [Map]
Two-story brick building repurposed as brew pub.
Also known as: Kinnickinnic River Pumping Station, Horny Goat Brew Pub
Milwaukee Hospital (Residential building)   [Map]
Former hospital repurposed as an apartment building
Also known as: Kilbourn Lofts
Milwaukee News Building and Milwaukee Abstract Association Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Currently unoccupied, the building is for lease.
Milwaukee Normal School--Milwaukee Girls' Trade and Technical High School (School)   [Map]
Former school now serving the Milwaukee Rescue Mission
Also known as: Milwaukee Rescue Mission
Milwaukee Paper Box Company (Factory)   [Map · Street View]
1560 West Pierce Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Pierhead Light (Lighthouse)   [Map · Street View]
A round steel tower with a round gallery and a ten-sided lantern
Milwaukee River Flushing Station (Waterworks)   [Map]
Single story, Victorian utility building
Also known as: McKinley Flushing Station, Alterra at the Lake
Milwaukee--Western Fuel Company Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Well preserved Depression Era box with remarkable Art Deco decor with bas relief panels
Also known as: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company Building, Electronic Data Systems, Izumi's Fine Japanese Dining
Milwaukee-Downer "Quad" (School)   [Map]
Four A.C. Eschweiler designed buidlings that were the basis of Milwaukee Downer College.
Mitchell Building (Bank)   [Map · Street View]
207 E. Michigan St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Mitchell Park Horicultural Conservatory (Park)   [Map]
The world's first conoidal domes, housing 1 acre of plants under glass.
Also known as: The Domes at Mitchell Park, The Domes
Modjeska Theater (Theater)   [Map]
Named for a popular Polish Shakespearian actress, the closed movie palace is looking for a savior
Muirdale Tuberculosis Sanatorium (Hospital)   [Map]
10437 & 10457 Innovation Drive, Wauwatosa, WI
New Coeln House (Building)   [Map]
Two-story Cream City Brick building that was originally a stagecoach stop between Milwaukee and Racine.
Also known as: Landmark 1850 Inn
Newberry Boulevard Historic District (District)   [Map]
A tree-lined boulevard,designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, to connect Lake and Riverside Parks
North 47th Street Bungalow Historic District (District)   [Map]
A grand, well kept neighborhood of bungalows
North First Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Interesting residential neighborhood, two miles from downtown, NRHP listed August 2, 1984
North Grant Boulevard Historic District (District)   [Map]
A broad, linear, tree-lined street distinguished by extra wide parkways with double rows of shade trees
North Point Lighthouse (Lighthouse)   [Map]
A Once vital navigation lighthouse on Lake Michigan, built with cast iron and steel, now decommissioned and open to the public as a museum.
North Point North Historic District (District)   [Map]
Northern half of Milwaukee's North Point Historic District
North Point South Historic District (District)   [Map]
Southern portion of Milwaukee's North Point Historic Districts
North Point Water Tower (Water tower)   [Map · Street View]
Victorian Gothic Water Tower on the bluff overlooking Lake Michigan, encloses an iron standpipe.
North Sherman Boulevard Historic District (District)   [Map]
An architecturally impressive, early twentieth century, residential neighborhood
North Third Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Northside commercial area supporting the Brewers Hill area
Northwestern Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Historic District (District)   [Map]
One of the three orginal Old Soldiers Homes signed into law by President Lincoln just before he was assassinated.
Also known as: National Soldier's Home Historic District
Nunn-Bush Shoe Company Factory (Factory)   [Map]
Former shoe factory repurposed to dwelling space and community center
Also known as: Sanders Enterprise Center, Welford Sanders Historic Lofts
Old St. Mary's Church (Church)   [Map]
Oldest extant church in Milwaukee
Old World Third Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
One block of historic building and historic businesses, including Mader's Restaurant and Usinger's Sausage.
Oneida Street Station (Power plant)   [Map]
Repurposed, this neoclassical revival building is listed on both the NRHP and is listed by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers as a National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark.
Also known as: East Wells Power Plant
Oriental Theater (Theater)   [Map]
The only movie palace built with an Eastern Indian motif
Orrin W. and Henrietta H. Robertson House (House)   [Map]
Lakefront house modeled after Chateau d'Azey-le-Rideau
Otto F. Fiebing House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house.
Pabst Brewery Saloon (Building)   [Map]
Former Pabst Brewing Company "Tied House" now serving as a Baptist Church
Also known as: Straight Narrow Way Missionary Baptist Church, Zion Rock Missionary Baptist Church
Pabst Brewing Company Complex (Industrial building)   [Map]
Campus of former Pabst Brewery, now redeveloping into a hip and trendy neighborhood
Also known as: The Brewery
Pabst Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
144 E. Wells St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Painesville Chapel (Church)   [Map]
Built of hand-hewn timbers, this chapel was built in 1851 and preserved in the 1930s
Also known as: Painesville Memorial Chapel
Palmer Masonic Lodge (Building)   [Map]
Georgian Revival, former Masonic Temple and church outreach center, now awaiting its fate to be restored or demolished
Also known as: Love Tabernacle
Paul S. Grant House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Pearl C. Norton House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Enamel Plant (Commercial building)   [Map]
Art Moderne-styled factory
Plankinton--Wells--Water Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Wells, Bridge, N. Water, E. Mason, W. Wells, and N. Second Sts., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Prospect Avenue Apartment Buildings Historic District (District)   [Map]
Amazing cluster of apartment buildings located in a 1-1/2 square block area
Prospect Avenue Mansions Historic District (District)   [Map]
1363--1551 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Prospect Hill Historic District (District)   [Map]
2700 blk. of N. Hackett Ave., N. Shepard Ave., N. Summit Ave. and 2804-06 E. Park Place, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Gilman's Subdivison of Park of Lockwood's Addition
Protestant Home for the Aged (Residential building)   [Map]
Retirement community located in Milwaukee's east side
Also known as: Eastcastle Place
Public School No. 27 (School)   [Map]
Elementary school, currently closed
Also known as: Garfield Avenue School
Public Sevice Building (Railroad facility)   [Map]
Milwaukee streetcar & interurban terminal, now part of a utility company campus
Also known as: WeEnergies
Pythian Castle Lodge (Meeting hall)   [Map]
Former Knights of Pythias Castle now repurposed as a Buddhist Temple
Also known as: Crystal Palace, Castle Lanes, Lao Buddhist Temple
Riverside Theater (Theater)   [Map]
Luxurious Vaudeville theater/movie house restored as a live theater venue
Also known as: The Wisconsin, Empire Building
Robert A. Anderson Water Tower & Municipal Building (Water tower)   [Map · Street View]
4001 S. 6th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Town of Lake Water Tower and Municipal Building
Robert Machek House (House)   [Map]
Austrian Chalet-style home built by Austrian woodcarver, Robert Macheck
Robert Nunnemacher House (House)   [Map]
2409 N. Wahl Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Root River Parkway - Greendale Vicinity (Road)   [Map]
Between W. Layton Ave. & S. 76th St.
Rufus Arndt House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Saint Anthony Hospital (Hospital)   [Map]
Former hospital and clinic being converted to housing
Saint George Melkite Catholic Church (Church)   [Map]
An Eastern Catholic Church in Union with Rome
Saint James Court Apartments (Residential building)   [Map · Street View]
Neoclassical, upscale apartment building that fell on hard times, now restored
Saint Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Church)   [Map]
1204, 1213, 1214, and 1215 S. Eighth St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Saint Vincent's Infant Asylum (Building)   [Map]
Orphanage Repurposed as an Educational Center
Also known as: La Causa Early Education and Care Center
Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church Complex (Theater)   [Map]
2474 and 2490 N. Cramer St. and 2479 and 2491 N. Murray Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Salem Evangelical Church (Church)   [Map]
1025 & 1037 S. Eleventh St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: St. Michaels Ukranian Catholic Church
Sanford R. Kane House (House)   [Map]
Ornate Queen Anne mansion, currently unoccupied and for sale
Also known as: Lakeshore Montessori School
Schoonmaker Reef (Natural feature)   [Map]
N of West St., between N. 66th St. and N. 64th St. extended, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Wauwatosa Reef, Schoonmaker Quarry, Raphu Station, Francey Reef
Second Church of Christ Scientist (Church)   [Map]
2722 W. Highland Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Saint Luke Emmanuel Baptist Church
Seneca W. & Bertha Hatch House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Shorecrest Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
Another fine Herbert W. Tullgren design hotel, now serving as an apartment dwelling.
Shorewood Village Hall (City hall)   [Map]
3930 N. Murray Ave., Shorewood, Wisconsin
Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist (Church)   [Map]
1036 N. Van Buren St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: First Church of Christ Scientist, Brewcity Church
Small Block (Building)   [Map · Street View]
Italianate business block, one of the oldest buildings remaining in downtown Milwaukee
Soldiers' Home Reef (Natural feature)   [Map]
NE of jct. of Wood Ave. and General Mitchell Blvd., Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center grounds, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: Rocky Point, National Military Asylum Reef, Veterans' Hill, Sta
South Branch Library (Library)   [Map]
Former neighborhood library now used by St. Vincent DePaul
Also known as: St. Vincent DePaul, Southside Neighborhood Service Center
South First and Second Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Menomonee River, Chicago & N. Western RR, Seeboth, S. First, Oregon, & S. Second Sts., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
South Layton Boulevard Historic District (District)   [Map]
A diverse neighborhood with a mix of churches and styles of homes
South Milwaukee Passenger Station (Railroad depot)   [Map]
A depot built by the Chicago & Northwestern Railway.
Also known as: South Milwaukee Depot
South Milwaukee Post Office (Post office)   [Map]
One of some 2,000 federal buildings designed and built under James A. Wetmore's U.S. Office of the Supervising Architect from 1915 through 1933.
Spencerian Business College (School)   [Map]
Colonial Revival-styled brick building serving several tenants for over 100 years
Also known as: Wisconsin Telephone-Kilbourn Exchange, Clinton Street Elementary School, Milwaukee Urban League, Dr. Wesley L. Scott Senior Living Community
St. James Episcopal Church (Church)   [Map · Street View]
Milwaukee's first stone church designed in the Gothic Revival style
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church Complex (Church)   [Map]
804--816 W. Vliet St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
St. John's Roman Catholic Cathedral (Church)   [Map]
812 N. Jackson St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
St. Josaphat Basilica (Church)   [Map]
Spectacular church built by Polish parishioners with material recycled from a razed US Post Office
St. Martini Evangelical Lutheran Church (Church)   [Map]
1557 W. Orchard St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
St. Mary's Hospital (Hospital)   [Map]
Beaux Arts stone and terra cotta building, the heart of the enormous St. Mary's complex
Also known as: St. John's Infirmary
St. Matthew Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (Church)   [Map · Street View]
2944 N. 9th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Church)   [Map]
1105 S. 7th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Church)   [Map]
Richardsonian Romanesque church designed by Edward Townsend Mix
St. Stanislaus Catholic Church (Church)   [Map]
The third Roman Catholic Polish church in the US and the first based in an urban area
Also known as: Kościół Świętego Stanisława
Starke Meyer House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
State Bank of Wisconsin (Bank)   [Map · Street View]
An early example of Italian revival in this region, but with unusual, highly original ornament
Also known as: Bank of Milwaukee Block, Insurance Exchange Building
Stevens Block (Building)   [Map]
A three story brick commercial building erected for John Stevens in 1877
Sunnyhill Home (House)   [Map]
A historically significant house that has both NRHP and National Landmark Status.
Also known as: Day, Dr. Fisk Holbrook, House
The Cudahy and The Cudahy Tower (Residential building)   [Map]
Beaux Arts Apartment House and Condos
The Plaza Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
Extended stay hotel and apartment building on Milwaukee's lower east side
Thomas A. Greene Memorial Museum (Building)   [Map]
For more information about the Downer buildings, see Milwaukee-Downer Quad listing on the Landmark Hunter site.
Also known as: Greene Geological Museum, Greene Museum
Thomas B. Hart House (House)   [Map]
Gothic Revival House
Thomas Bossert House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Thomas Cook House (Residential building)   [Map]
Former residence now serving as a sorority house near the Marquette University campus
Also known as: Sigma Kappa Sorority House
Tower Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
Movie palace that operated from 1926 to 1975
Town of Milwaukee Town Hall (City hall)   [Map]
Frame town hall, relocated from its original position in 1963
Also known as: Old Town of Milwaukee Hall
Trimborn Farm (Farm)   [Map]
A preserved example of a mid-19th Century dairy farm and a typical lime operation.
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (Church)   [Map]
1046 N. 9th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Tripoli Temple (Building)   [Map]
3000 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Turner Hall (Meeting hall)   [Map]
1034 N. 4th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Valentin Blatz Brewing Company Office Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Blatz administration building now in use by Milwaukee School of Engineering
Victor L. Brown House (House)   [Map]
Picturesque Tudor Revival Manor House
Victor Schlitz House (House)   [Map]
1888 mansion built for Victor Schlitz, a successful wine merchant
Also known as: Highland Community School
W. Ben Hunt Cabin (Building)   [Map]
Log home of a naturalist, relocated to a city park
Wadhams Gas Station (Commercial building)   [Map]
Surviving example of a brand-idenity building, designed by Andrew Eschweiler.
Wadhams Oil Company (Commercial building)   [Map]
The last remaining Wadhams gasoline station in Milwaukee
Wahl Park (Park)   [Map]
Neighborhood Park honoring Christian Wahl
Walker's Point Historic District (District)   [Map]
Famous Industrial Area on Milwaukee's historic South Side
Ward Memorial Hall (Meeting hall)   [Map]
5000 W. National Ave., Wood, Wisconsin
Also known as: Building 41, Theater at Wood Veterans Administration Medical
Warren B. George House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Washington Highlands Historic District (District)   [Map]
Bounded by N. 68th St., W. Lloyd St., N. 60th St., and Milwaukee Ave., Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Wauwatosa Arcade Building (Residential building)   [Map]
A Spanish Colonial Revival style residential and commercial center with Mission influences.
Also known as: Historic Arcade Building
Wauwatosa Woman's Club Clubhouse (Building)   [Map]
Brick Colonial Revival social clubhouse.
West Allis Post Office (Post office)   [Map]
7440 W. Greenfield Ave., West Allis, Wisconsin
Also known as: United States Post Office, Milwaukee, West Allis Branch
West Center-North 32nd Industrial Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
2727, 2748, 2769 & 2784 North 32nd St.; 2758 North 33rd St.; and 3212 West Center St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
West Mitchell Street Commercial Historic District (District)   [Map]
Generally bounded by W Forest Home Ave., S. 13th Sr., W. Historic Mitchell & S. 5th Sts. & S. Windlake & one property on Maple St.
West Side Commercial Historic District (District)   [Map]
The downtown commercial shopping area of Milwaukee, west of the Milwaukee River
West St. Paul Avenue Industrial Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
Industrial area in the Menomonee River Valley, separated from downtown by I-94
West Washington--North Hi-Mount Boulevards Historic District (District)   [Map]
A T-shaped residential area that includes 148 upscale houses and two church complexes
Whitefish Bay National Guard Armory (Armory)   [Map]
Demolished, land now known as Armory Park.
William F. Luick House (House)   [Map]
Tudor style "cottage" on Wahl Avenue
William Osborne Goodrich House (House)   [Map]
French Victorian Gothic style home built by the Pabst family
William Steinmeyer House (Residential building)   [Map]
Former residence converted to a multi-family dwelling
William Van Altena House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Willis Hopkins House (House)   [Map]
Historically significant Ernest Flagg designed stone masonry house
Wisconsin Consistory Building (Meeting hall)   [Map]
Edward Townsend Mix design 1889 Romanesque Revival church, owned by the fraternity since 1912
Also known as: Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center
Wisconsin Gas Company Building (Building)   [Map]
Art Deco office building designed by Eschweiler & Eschweiler, using setbacks and multiple materials to give the illusion that the building appears taller than it is. The distinctive flame on the peak of the building is a city landmark.
Also known as: Milwaukee Gas Light Company Building
Wisconsin Leather Company Building (Commercial building)   [Map · Street View]
Edward Townsend Mix designed office/retail building
WITI Fox6 Broadcast Tower (Tower)   [Map]
Free-standing telsvision broadcast tower
Also known as: Milwaukee's Tower of Light
Woman's Club of Wisconsin (Meeting hall)   [Map]
813 E. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Also known as: The Athenaeum