Venues we love and recommend.
Barn at Trinity Peek – Barn at Trinity Peak (aka Weide Barn), is available for beautiful rustic weddings, birthdays, anniversary parties, corporate events, holiday parties, fundraiser events, and much more. Located on a five acre estate in beautiful Lake Country.
Villa Filomena – The Villa Filomena, located in downtown Milwaukee, is a spectacular Italian Villa and is Milwaukee’s premiere event destination. We take pride in making your wedding (whether grand or intimate), family reunion, anniversary party, or other special occasion nothing short of unforgettable.
Badger Farms – A beautiful farm located outside of Cottage Grove, Wisconsin. Great venue, great owners. We LOVE this place.
Norway House – A wonderfully affordable, no-frills venue for guest lists under 200.
Urban Ecology Center – Overlooking Riverside Park, the Urban Ecology Center offers breathtaking views of the surrounding forests along the Milwaukee River. Your guests will enjoy taking a stroll in our gardens, exploring our award-winning building and admiring the view from our second floor deck and tower. We would love to host your event and can accommodate a wide variety of parties including weddings, receptions, dinners and birthday parties, as well as your organization’s next fundraiser, business meeting or retreat.
Turner Hall Ballroom – Turner Hall Ballroom is a two-story, 7,000-plus square feet space with a 31-foot by 56-foot raked stage on the east end and an expansive balcony that sweeps around the west and north ends. Since the late nineteenth century, the Ballroom has played host to a wide range of social, cultural, and political events. Turner Hall was a showplace for the panoramic painters and other German immigrant artists who dominated the Milwaukee art scene until the 1920’s and throughout the early 1900’s; Milwaukee residents visited this space for weekly concerts, dances, gymnastic competitions and theatrical presentations.
RedLine Milwaukee – The building will offer a unique space that encourages artists and visitors alike to enter a realm where inspiration remains absolutely unchecked, to bring art and beauty to the surrounding neighborhood and community by incorporating as many environmentally friendly nuances as possible.
Hot Water Milwaukee – Hot Water is reminiscent of the speakeasy’s of the twenties. Upon entering the venue you are welcomed by French doors which open up to a Brazilian cypress dance floor that is flanked by huge wood pillars. Above the bar you will find an authentic Tiffany skylight from the Lauramoore mansion in Lake Geneva. Victorian lamps illuminate the dance floor and lead the eyes to the baby grand piano’s sitting in the corner of the space.
Best Place Milwaukee – Blue ribbon Hall Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery, the former Pabst Corporate Offices & Visitor’s Center, is a Certified Historic Structure on the National Register of Historic Places. Accomodates up to 300 people.
South Shore Park pavilion – South Shore Drive A classic park building with stately wood-beamed interior and brick exterior is located on the shore of Lake Michigan, offering a great view of the Marina and the lake. Two rooms accommodate small or large groups.
Humboldt Park Pavilion – Surrounded by trees and near the lagoon, this pavilion has wood paneling and a wood cathedral ceiling.
Mitchell Park Pavilion – Situated in the middle of the 61-acre park, the pavilion is situated on the lagoon’s northern shore and is surrounded by trees. The scenic view and high, beamed ceilings create a spacious atmosphere.