Downtown Milwaukee Location


Downtown Milwaukee Location

McIntosh Goodrich Mansion

The McIntosh | Goodrich Mansion in downtown Milwaukee has a magnificent and long-standing history in Wisconsin. With classic, stunning features, the mansion offers an inspiring setting made to instill excellence in all who visit.

  • 1584 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202
  • (414) 276 – 5760


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333 West Brown Deer Road, Bayside, WI, USA

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3270 Mitchell Park Dr, Brookfield, WI 53045, USA

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Downtown Milwaukee

1584 N Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202, USA

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Kettle Moraine

Kettle Moraine High School, North Oak Crest Drive, Wales, WI, USA

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Homestead High School, West Mequon Road, Mequon, WI, USA

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Holy Family Parish School

4849 N Wildwood Ave, Whitefish Bay, WI 53217, USA

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Merton Primary School

N68w28460 Sussex Rd, Merton, WI 53056

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Milwaukee Jewish Day School

6401 N Santa Monica Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53217, USA

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North Lake Elementary

N75 W31283 Hwy VV, Hartland, WI 53029

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St. Bruno

246 W Ottawa Ave, Dousman, WI 53118, USA

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St. Monica

5635 N Santa Monica Blvd, Whitefish Bay, Milwaukee, WI 53217, USA

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Transportation & Parking Downtown Milwaukee

On and Off Campus Parking Options

On and Off Campus Parking Options


Street Parking

Street Parking

  • Prospect Ave. – Free 2 Hour parking (Usually limited)
  • Brady St. – Metered 2 Hour parking
  • Farwell Ave. – Free and Metered 2 Hour parking
  • Albion St. – Free 2 Hour parking (Limited)
  • Curtis Pl – Unlimited Free Parking
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Milwaukee’s new “The Hop” streetcar line makes a stop near the corner of Prospect and Ogden Avenues, and is free for its first year of operation. There are also bus lines located near our location as well.

History of The Mansion

Where We Began

Where We Began

The mansion’s legacy began on a bluff overlooking Lake Michigan, home to Robert C. Spenser, the founder of Spencerian Business College, in 1903. By 1932 the mansion was leased to the Wisconsin College of Music free of charge until 1948, when the school purchased the building for $50,000. Upon a recommendation by Milwaukee’s Historic Preservation Commission, the building was declared a historic landmark by the City of Milwaukee Common Council on December 20, 1985.

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

  • Has a billiard room, German Room, two wine cellars, laundry room and various storerooms in the lower level.
  • A wide landing illuminated by a stained glass Tiffany window was made by the Louis Tiffany Studio in New York.
  • Contains over 22,000 square-foot interior with 10 handsome fireplaces, each unique, and some trimmed in mahogany, tile or marble

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Job Opportunities

Work At The Conservatory

Want to join an eager and talented musical faculty? Explore all of our current job opportunities offered at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music.

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Special Events & Ceremonies

Venue Rentals

Interested in hosting your event at the McIntosh Goodrich Mansion? We are able to host any event from board meetings, to bridal and baby showers to birthday parties for you or your child. For more information about hosting private events downtown Milwaukee, contact Rachel Fritz by phone at (414) 276 – 5760 or by email at

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