Old St. Mary's Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was built during 1846-1847 by the Old St. Mary Parish. The parish was founded a year earlier, by German Catholic immigrants. Milwaukee, having been incorporated only the year before, was still a young city at that time, and Wisconsin had not yet become a state. Old St. Mary's is the oldest church still standing in the city.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.The church was designed by Victor Schulte, a Prussian immigrant, who designed three other religious buildings in the area. It is constructed of Cream City brick. Its tower gained a clock in 1860 and three bells in 1868. These bronze bells were cast in Munich. Mass was held on the main level, and a school was housed on the lower level until 1867. The carved wooden main altar was purchased in 1848.
Official Website https://www.oldsaintmary.org/locations/church/
Phone +1 414 271 6180
Address North Broadway Street 844, 53202 Milwaukee
Coordinates 43°2'31.806" N -87°54'27.972" E