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Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

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9400 W Congress St, Milwaukee, WI 53225-4812
+1 414-461-9400
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Great Example of Frank Lyyod Wright Architecture

We visited this church on a Monday. While the church interior was closed, we could drive right up... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Mandeville, Louisiana
Frank Lloyd Wright created a beauty

Worth a visit. The Greek Orthadox service is unique, so you might want to go during a Sunday... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Brookfield, Wisconsin
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9400 W Congress St, Milwaukee, WI 53225-4812
+1 414-461-9400
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We visited this church on a Monday. While the church interior was closed, we could drive right up to the church and examine the architecture from outside. Really easy to do.

Thank meyerla
Reviewed 5 days ago

Worth a visit. The Greek Orthadox service is unique, so you might want to go during a Sunday morning service to get the full effect as Wright intended.

Thank kgriotxyz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This place is absolutely beautiful. I grew up right around the corner, and it's always amazing to go in and see the beautiful masterpiece.

Thank kesjost
Reviewed July 11, 2017

This building was not accessible for interior tour. The outside needs some care and attention. I hope that the church will give the exterior some love and attention it SO DESERVES!

Thank TheShortList
Reviewed June 7, 2017

Beautiful church utilizing the "spaceship" forms Wright employed in the 1950s. Our tour guide Cathy was fabulous at giving us the background of the Orthodox faith, the history of the Church's construction, and how Wright incorporated Church symbolism into his design. As a life-long parishioner,...More

Thank Laura O
Reviewed June 1, 2017 via mobile

One of Wright's last designs (1955-61), this is half hour west of downtown. Tours available by appointment, but interior also can be seen on Sunday morning during services (8-10), if you're respectful.

Thank Jim P
Reviewed May 14, 2017 via mobile

This church is one of the last iconic buildings of the great architectural legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright, & it was actually completed after his death. Wright's wife had been raised in the Greek Orthodox culture, & according to legend, he consulted with her about...More

2  Thank John H
Reviewed March 6, 2017

Reverence and Beauty combined in this Greek Orthodox church designed by the renowned Wisconsin architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

Thank marriswc
Reviewed October 31, 2016

This church is nearly unbelievable. Every detail of its creation is astonishing and the tours are absolutely fascinating. I spent hours photographing the building after the tour.

Thank Robbi D
Reviewed October 29, 2016

Visited w/family during Door Open Milwaukee. The architecture is beautiful, but definitely recommend a tour if possible to get full explanation of the intricacies of the building. Much of the structure is reminiscent of something from "Lost In Space".

Thank ciaorenata
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