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One Venue, Unlimited Possibilities
Filled with culture and history, the Schauer Arts Center was transformed from a 1919 canning factory into an architectural award-winning, state-of-the-art performing and visual arts center. Soaring 14-foot loft ceilings, stunning natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows, and exposed beams showcase a blend of industrial charm and elegance. Easy highway accessibility from I-43 with free parking and elevator access to persons with disabilities. The Wisconsin Auto Museum is right next door which offers a unique opportunity for your guests during cocktail hour. Due to Covid-19 the capacity number will vary depending on current health guidelines. Please contact us for details.
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To learn more please contact Amy at 262-670-0560 ext. 215 | Events@schauercenter.org
Click link below to view a recent real wedding at the Schauer Center
Historic, Industrial, Unique/Alternative
Free Parking, Outside Caterers Permitted, Bridal Suite, Grooms Room, Ceremony Space
Words truly cannot express just how happy we were with choosing Schauer for our reception venue. The moment we met Amy we felt incredibly confident that we would be in great hands and we were so right! Amy is such a pleasant person who was super professional and accommodating throughout the entire planning process. Schauer is a beautiful venue. We absolutely loved having the Suckow Art Gallery and Automotive museum open for cocktail hour and guests seemed to really enjoy this as well! All in all we highly recommend working with Amy and choosing Schauer for your wedding venue!
Amy was the BEST and the space is quite easy to transform into almost any vision with the assistance of Amy. I've been planning corporate events for 40 years and have never enjoyed the planning as much working with anyone else. I highly recommend you call Amy to start planning your amazing day at the Schauer Arts Center... you will not be disappointed with the venue or the service!
The event coordinator, Amy, was fabulous to work with. She even took time to answer questions for me on her day off.