The Pabst Mansion is a Flemish Renaissance Revival-style mansion built in 1892 for Captain Frederick Pabst, the founder of Pabst Brewing Company. The Mansion now functions as a historical museum open to the public for guided or self-guided tours. The rich architectural features and original furnishings provide a glimpse into the life of the Pabst family during the Gilded Age. The Mansion was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. During the holidays, the Mansion is transformed into “Christmas at the Pabst”, a tradition enjoyed by both locals and visitors.