Open Doors South Milwaukee, Sept. 9th | Wulff Lodge

Back for the second year, Open Doors South Milwaukee offered a chance to explore historic sites throughout the city of South Milwaukee! Friends of Grant Park members opened Wulff Lodge to the public for inspection on Saturday, Sept. 9th from 10 am to 3 pm. The lodge was home to Milwaukee County’s first horticulturist, Frederick Wulff and his family. We had over 130 visitors drop in for a self-guided tour of the rustic home. Many had wonderful memories of their overnight stay as a member of a scouting or church group, and commented how as kids they felt like they were truly out in the woods, even though the lodge is set in an urban setting.

Your group can rent Wulff Lodge! Available exclusively to civic, church or youth groups. To book a stay, call (414) 257-8005, M-F 8am to 4pm.

2 thoughts on “Open Doors South Milwaukee, Sept. 9th | Wulff Lodge

    1. Friends of Grant Park Post author

      Sorry to reply so late. Yes, Wulff Lodge was open to the public, with no charge for entrance. Assuming the event continues, we’ll open it again next September for self-guided tours.

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