Doors Open to Milwaukee’s Taj Mahal
A visual tour of the Tripoli Shrine Center, built in Moorish Revival style.
Completed in 1928, the Tripoli Shrine Center was built as a replica of India’s Taj Mahal. A landmark building, located on Wisconsin Ave., the center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is an excellent example of Moorish Revival architectural style. The facility is the Shriner headquarters for Wisconsin, and is available for events such as weddings, business meetings, and parties.
During Doors Open Milwaukee hundreds visited the center. Missed the tour? Take a quick sneak peak in our photo gallery.
Mar 10th, 2014 by Erik Ljung
Young theater lovers and newbies hoisted drinks before the Rep's Greek tragedy. It's what Homer would have done.
Mar 5th, 2014 by Erik Ljung
A big crowd turns out as as Remarkable Milwaukee 2014 honors historian John Gurda and developer Kendall Bruenig.
Feb 23rd, 2014 by Erik Ljung
The city has wanted to demolish the dangerous structure at 6th and Wells since 2011. It's finally coming down.