The Brumder Mansion in the Press
The Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast Association featured the Brumder Mansion on the cover
of their statewide marketing brochure!
OnMilwaukee is an online magazine based in Milwaukee which provides news and activities in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
“a beautiful home tended with loving care by owners and staff who appreciate the gem they steward that is a great place either to stay overnight ”
Milwaukee Home and Fine Living magazine features the Brumder Mansion on its front cover, and interviews former owner Carol Hirschi about the lengthy and passionate process that leads her to transform a neglected white elephant into a civic and cultural treasure.
“Hirschi’s theatrical interests make the Brumder Mansion an exceptional place for events. The Mansion has played host to weddings, receptions, corporate meetings and Teas with the Queen, complete with her Majesty’s presence – or at least a convincing likeness.”
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Jason’s Travels is a blog written by Jason Hussong, a self-described passionate traveler and independent television news reporter who has visited all the continents of the world and most of the states in the United States. He recently had occasion to stay at the Brumder Mansion, and from what he writes, he was very impressed indeed.
“The Brumder Mansion isn’t simply a room to rent. In addition to the playhouse and finely decorated rooms, there’s also breakfast offered each morning. And oh is it something to taste.”
To read a pdf archive of the story, Click Here.
The Milwaukee Business Journal profiles The Brumder Mansion and finds much to admire, from the Southern-style hospitality, to the rejuvenated underground theatre, to the strong loyalty of business travelers.
Shepherd Express is Milwaukee’s alternative news source covering arts & entertainment, culture and dining. With over 300,000 readers Shepherd Express is regarded as Milwaukee’s most popular and dependable cultural guide.
“Tom and Julie Carr came from California, bought the Brumder Mansion and rebuilt the basement theater. Some guests come for romantic escapes in the bed and breakfast, while others come specifically for the theater.”