In 1876, founding mother Martha Mitchell and other spirited women established the Woman's Club of Wisconsin (WCW), recognizing the call for a place to meet for social and intellectual exchange at a time when women had limited access and opportunities.

The Club became a beacon of light in the community, cultivating discourse and addressing the societal needs of the young city. Today, the WCW is one of the country’s oldest operating women’s clubs and remains as relevant as ever, bringing together a diverse, multi-generational mix of women.
They will be offering short, guided tours every 30 minutes on the half hour. In between tours, visitors will be able to browse limited rooms on the first floor, but certain areas and second floor will only be open during tours.
While families are welcome to attend tours, the club will not be providing any activities specifically for children.

813 East Kilbourn Avenue,

Saturday Hours
Not Open

Sunday Hours
12 pm to 5 pm


Handicapped Accessible
Fully wheelchair accessible


Photo Tour