“On the southeast corner of the Wisconsin Club grounds stands what is likely the most unique garden structure in the city, if not the state. The large one and a half story wooden structure, popularly called the Gazebo, is properly known as a Belvedere. Alexander Mitchell had built it for the purpose of viewing his extensive gardens and greenhouses from a rich and idyllic setting.” – Doors Open Milwaukee Website
The top of the entrance to the Wisconsin Club.
[Photos and event from September 24, 2011]
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