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This is where the Shriners are in Milwaukee but it's a place to behold for anyone. I was there for a small dinner in one of the smaller rooms. Thirty or so guests, and the service and ambiance was superb. I've also attended very large...More
A most unusual building at 3300 West Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee. Completed in 1928, the facade is copied from the Taj Mahal but with colored tiles. The interior has boasts traditional Moorish wall and floor designs. The main dome supports a two ton bronze chandelier...More
PROS: free tour- just call for an appointment; great looking building outside and in; great tour guide; a unique venue for special occasions as they rent out banquet rooms; spacious parking; short tour .
CONS: most of the tour were about Masons; little info about...More
I've been to the Shrine numerous times and every time I am taken back by the beauty of the building.
Ever single piece of the mosaic tiles laid in the entire building were done by an Italian father & son duo who work for 2...More
While not a Mason myself, it was most interesting to see and learn about this Shriner's Temple. The current Potentate gave our small group of four a private tour of the facility and explained the purpose and structure of the Mason's organization and how one...More
We enjoyed this stop, what a beautiful building and so rich in history. The mosaic floors and tile are amazing and the ladies room has a mirror so big its a bridal dream. They were preparing for a wedding and this would be an amazing...More
My youngest sister and I took our Mother here for brunch. I've seen the premises before and it is gorgeous on the second floor and the architecture of the dome. I had viewed building as a possible reception location for my wedding. Although parts of...More