It’s the most important day of your life. It has to be special. It has to be the Schuster Mansion.

In the historic and captivating Schuster Mansion, we set the scene for a magical wedding come true. From the wonderful entryway filled with rich carved woods, to the parlors set for gentlemen and ladies a like, we provide all of the beauty and allure for your unforgettable wedding and reception.

The Schuster Mansion is perfect for indoor weddings. If your wedding is an intimate celebration with just the two of you, or with family and friends, we can comfortably accommodate up to 49 guests throughout our first floor rooms, or up to 26 people for a sit-down meal.

Your caterer is welcomed to the use of our kitchen.

Rental of the Whole First Floor – $100.00 per hour

In renting the first floor, you are welcome to all the rooms including…

  • Ladies’ Parlor
  • Gentlemen’s Parlor
  • Main Foyer
  • Grand Dining Room
  • Conservatory Dining Room
  • Library

Need someone to Officiate or Coordinate your day?

Rick is recognized by the State to officiate your vows. On or offsite – $100.00 per service.

Laura Sue, an experienced wedding planner/coordinator. She will talk with you about all your details to make your wedding the day you have always dreamed of. Fees vary.

Rental of Set-up Package – $25.00 per person

You may bring in all the items you will need to have your event. Or you may rent from a rental company. Another option is you may rent from Schuster Mansion’s Dining Set-up Package. You are charged $25.00 per person, which includes EVERYTHING that you would need for the reception from the smallest fork to the pitchers for water.


What Our Guests Are Saying...

“This B&B does not disappoint! The architectural designs, warmth and creative interior detail is breathtaking. After many years of visiting many B&B this one requires many visits before I will be able to truly take in the soulfulness beauty of this mansion. Breakfast was served hot and delicious. Great coffee and evening cookies. Great first time get away to Milwaukee and certainly not my last. Thank you, Laura Sue and Rick.”

Jenna J.