Marshfield, Wisconsin

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Central Wisconsin State Fair Round Barn (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Billed as the World's Largest Round Barn
Columbia Park Band Shell (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Brick and Wood Band Shell
Gov. William H. Upham House (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Survivor of the Marshfield Fire of 1887 and one of the oldest extant homes in Marshfield.
Hamilton and Catherine Roddis House (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Dutch Colonial Revival Style Mansion on Marshfield's east side
Marshfield Senior High School (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Parkin Ice Cream Company (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Former ice cream factory repurposed as a restaurant/brew pub.
Pleasant Hill Residential Historic District (Wood County, Wisconsin)
North side residential area with a wide variety of architectural styles
Upham House Historic District (Wood County, Wisconsin)
The neighborhood surrounding the Upham Mansion
Wahle--Laird House (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Weinbrenner Shoe Factory (Wood County, Wisconsin)
West Fifth Street--West Sixth Street Historic District (Wood County, Wisconsin)
One of of Marshfield's most architecturally significant neighborhoods
West Park Street Historic District (Wood County, Wisconsin)
A two block long historic district with 10 houses and 2 non-contributing houses
Willard D. Purdy Junior High and Vocational School (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Repurposed school building