Nate and Bobby chop it up about a cool mansion built-in 1901. The Gettelman Mansion, located in the Concordia Neighborhood of Milwaukee boasts an interesting past. Listen to the story while staring really cool pictures on their IG page @thegettelman https://staff.onmilwaukee.com/history/articles/gettelman-mansion-spelunking.html
Bobby and Nate are keeping us updated on the progress of the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church rebuild for this episode of Urban Spelunking. https://onmilwaukee.com/history/articles/trinity-roof-replacement.html
The Westside Academy on 31st & Brown and many other MPS schools get a building refresh. Listen to why this historical building is the coolest, on this week's edition of Urban Spelunking. https://onmilwaukee.com/raisemke/articles/westside-academy-spelunking.html
With how much of a Milwaukee attraction Summerfest is now, it may be hard to believe there was a time when the public was not welcom on the park grounds. Nate and Bobby go back to the the 1960s when it was a secret/not-so-secret military base.
Bobby and Nate spelunk the old 1888 paper warehouse built by William P. Froehlich. Hear about the future plans of this historic space on this episode of 'This Bites.' https://onmilwaukee.com/visitors/articles/urban-spelunking-froelich-paper.html
Nate and Bobby discuss the late 1800's grocery store turn only popular Gay sports bar in the late 1990's. Woody's gets spelunked on this episode of Urban Spelunking. https://onmilwaukee.com/bars/articles/woodys-hidden-gem.html
Nate and Bobby spelunk the 120 year old Milwaukee County Parks headquarters. They find really old photos, old park plans and learn that the building is haunted, or is it? https://onmilwaukee.com/history/articles/county-parks-headquarters.html
It has been closed to the public for 50 years, and it will soon undergo a major renovation. Step inside the former Schuster's Gimbels department store on MLK Dr. and Garfield Ave. in Milwaukee's Harambee neighborhood on this week's Urban Spelunking podcast.