Buffalo County, Wisconsin

Alma Historic District (District)   [Map]
A river town, long but not very wide
Anchorage, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]

Beef Slough (Historic marker)   [Map]
A slow moving backwater of the Chippewa River that was the location of a major 19th Century logging operation.
Bohri, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]

Burlington Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
No longer serving as a hotel but houses retail establishments
Dr. J. T. Tenny House (House)   [Map]
305 N. 2nd St., Alma, Wisconsin
Frederick Laue House (Hotel)   [Map]
Once a bed & breakfast but is now a private residence
Frederick Laue Jr., House (House)   [Map]
Private Residence
Also known as: Noll, Patrick,Residence
Fugina House (House)   [Map]
348 S. Main St., Fountain City, Wisconsin
Gilmanton, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

Jacob Berni House (House)   [Map]
911 Riverview Dr., Alma, Wisconsin
John L. Senn House (House)   [Map]
811 S. 2nd St., Alma, Wisconsin
Also known as: Raymond Loesel House
John Steiner Store (Commercial building)   [Map]
Former retail outlet converted to private living quarters
Mississippi River Lock & Dam 5A (Dam)   [Map]
One of the 29 lock & dam sets that is part of the Upper Mississippi River 9-Foot Navigation Project
Mississippi River Lock & Dam Number 4 (Dam)   [Map]
One of the 29 lock & dam sets that is part of the Upper Mississippi River 9-Foot Navigation Project
Prairie Moon Sculpture Garden & Museum (Work of art)   [Map]
Lifetime collection of a self-taught artisan; Restored by the Kohler Foundation in 1994
Savoy, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]

Sherman House (Commercial building)   [Map]
301 S. Main St., Alma, Wisconsin
Springdale, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]

Tester and Polin General Merchandise Store (Commercial building)   [Map]
215 N. Main St., Alma, Wisconsin
Also known as: Riverside Gallery
Ulrich Walser House (Residential building)   [Map]
711 N. 2nd St., Alma, Wisconsin
Also known as: Norbert Kellner House