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Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
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Built: 1904

Architect: Horatio R. Wilson

A fully functioning music school, this neo-classical revival style mansion, completed in 1904, was home to industrialist Charles L. McIntosh; then linseed oil businessman William Osborne Goodrich prior to the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music in 1934. Marvel at rich architectural details and furnishings, including grand curved glass bay windows overlooking the lake.

Take a guided ‘highlights’ tour, offered every hour on the hour, or explore the building at your leisure with a self-guided tour pamphlet. Live performances will be presented throughout the day by the Conservatory’s students. While at the Conservatory, you can help a child in need by donating your musical instruments to the first annual WCM Instrument Drive. In partnership with Historic Milwaukee, Inc.,, and others, this is an opportunity to give back to your community. Multiple drop-off sites available, for more information visit

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