Sanger House Gardens
1823 N Palmer St, Milwaukee, WI 53212
Have you photographed a wedding here before:
As of April 2019, according to their website, it is $375/hr for a 3 hour minimum.
With more than 400 different plant & tree varieties, this 2/3 of an acre property in downtown Milwaukee is a hidden gem.
Victorian home with two large parlors & a ballroom, can host up to 50 people indoors.
Carriage house ideal for caterers, and contains bathrooms for outdoor events.
Perfect spot for a small, intimate wedding ceremony and garden reception.
Built in 1872 by Casper Sanger, it later became the home of ex-mayor Joseph Phillips from 1880 to 1906. Over the following 70 years, the house saw many changes, including separating it into a multi-unit home, adding a store, a 5 car garage and converting the carriage house to a 4 car garage.
in 1975, Ron Radtke purchased the home and spent the next 10 years renovating and restoring the home in an attempt to attract home buyers to the area.
In 1985, new owners continued the restorations, including building a new carriage house to replace the damaged 5-car garage. As surrounding homes were torn down, their land was annexed back in to the Sanger House, contributing to it's now 2/3 acre lot.