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MANSION MUSEUM Group Tours are available by appointment. (414) 342-3210 – contact Rick & Laura Sue to learn more today! Girl/Boy Scouts Troops Tour Groups Small Groups Classroom field tripsThe Schuster Mansion Museum has partners with the Pabst Mansion to offer combined tours of both history museums. What do Whistler’s Mother (painting, 1871), John Kinzie – first settler in Chicago (1803), and Juliette Gordon Low – founder of the Girl Scouts (1860) have in common? How does George Clinton, who served America as Vice President not once, but twice – under Presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison is related with George J. Schuster? How did Anne Bishop (1758) change the course of American history, and how does that tie in with Ulysses S. Grant and George J. Schuster? Find the answers to these questions and many more when you take the fascinating self-guided tour of the Schuster Mansion Museum – a history experience that will open your eyes to the captivating lineage that touched all of the major milestones and the incredible connections to the Schuster family since the American Revolution! You feel like you have stepped back in time and get a glimpse of how the Schusters may have lived long ago. Enjoy a tour self-guided of the first floor of this incredible mansion, with your museum map. You will view the Mansion the way the Schusters did, from floor plans to specialty rooms. Learn how this proud home was converted to apartments in the 1920’s after George Schuster’s death, and converting her back to a single-family dwelling and ultimately, to an acclaimed Bed & Breakfast, one of the cities proud testament to the city’s earliest days. Milwaukee is rich with the history and experiences of her founders. There is a lot to see, many details everywhere. Take your time to see it all. Photography is welcome. Remember this is still a functioning B&B, with a working kitchen! We ask that you do not touch the treasures you see throughout your tour. Upstairs access limited to ONLY overnight guests, to ensure their privacy. Thank you for your understanding!