Built in 1895, the Pabst Theatre is an iconic place for performing arts in Milwaukee. The theatre has hosted many live performances for artists like Laurence Olivier and Anna Pavlova among others.
Till today, the place is one of the most prestigious performing place for artists from all around the world and catching a live show here is simply an experience in itself. The building itself is loved for its old-world charm and impeccable design and acoustics.
Pabst Theater Travel Tips
- Other contact number is +1 4142863205.
Entrance Ticket Details For Pabst Theater
- For Ticket prices, visit the official website.
Pabst Theater Hours
Box Office Timings:
- Monday through Friday: 12:00 pm to 6:30 pm at the Pabst and Riverside box offices, as well as two hours before the start time for each show.
- The Turner Hall Ballroom box office opens two hours before the start time for each performance.
For show schedules and timings, visit the official website.
How to Reach Pabst Theater
- By Bus: at Water & Wells #738
- By Taxi
- By Car/Bike
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25.42% of people who visit Milwaukee include Pabst Theater in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
64.29% of people start their Pabst Theater visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Pabst Theater
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Pabst Theater
Pabst Theater Reviews & Ratings
Had a great time and enjoyed the show in this historic theater. I recommend seeing a show here if you have an opportunity. The venue itself is an attraction. In the area of the theater there are a number of great restaurants, and we parked in the Milwaukee Center. I also recommend a stop in the lobby of the Saint Kate - a truly unique hotel!
It's a beautiful building inside and out. The staff was very nice and very helpful. The sound system was really great. But it was very very warm inside. The seats are very close together so if you're there to see a comedian you feel like you're laughing directly into the ears of the people in front of you. Altogether it was a great experience and I wouldn't hesitate to go to another event at this location.
This theatre is the most beautiful, historically significant site in Milwaukee. They always have top-notch entertainment. Go there not only to see the events, but take a tour to hear the rich history of the theatre as well. You won't be disappointed ! Just another great reason to visit our wonderful city.
Went and saw Slash ft. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, with opening act Joyous Wolf last night. Best show I've ever been to. In terms of the theater, it was beautiful, fun, and a very cool place to be. The staff were all friendly and were very attentive to what was going on around them. They answered any questions I had. The bathrooms were very clean. The drinks were cold. There seems to be just a little more history around every corner. Definitely worth going to this theater!
Amazing theater and absolutely beautiful building. Thanks so much to the people who run things for having such a cool event like "An Evening with Bruce Campbell" this weekend. We will definitely be back.