Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Designed by Wisconsin native Frank Lloyd Wright and completed after his death, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church is open for services as well as tours of its magnificent architecture and design.
Basilica of St. Josaphat
Designed after St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, Basilica of St. Josaphat is a designated historic landmark. The basilica was built by Polish immigrants in 1901 with materials from a demolished post office and is open for tours in addition to its services and events.
Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary at Holy Hill
On a beautiful drive just outside of city limits, guests can see Holy Hill rising above the trees as they approach. Once there, walk up the hill passing by grottos dedicated to the stages of the cross. Inside the basilica, participate in services and explore the beautiful architecture.
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
In Milwaukee’s Cathedral Square Park, Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist is the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee and was dedicated in 1853. Tours of the cathedral are available upon request, including its surprisingly bright crypt beneath the cathedral.
Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church
A staple in the Milwaukee community for more than 170 years, Grace Lutheran Church features gorgeous restored stained glass windows, ornate craftsman woodwork, and a Schlicker pipe organ. Visitors may also enjoy an event in its beautiful Grace Center venue or stop in its trendy Grace Place Coffee.
Hindu Temple of Wisconsin
Building a temple in Milwaukee was a goal for several groups since 1980. That goal was finally achieved in 1997, when the Hindu Temple of Wisconsin opened its doors on 22 acres of land.
Islamic Society of Milwaukee
The largest of its kind in Wisconsin operating out of three facilities, Islamic Society of Milwaukee is a dynamic center serving the religious, educational, and social needs of the Muslim community. Also part of its mission is to promote good citizenship and build relationships with other communities.