Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin

Aetna Station No. 5 (Fire station)   [Map · Street View]
Repurposed fire station now serving as a private office
Baptist Church (Church)   [Map]
Frame church now serving Post #43 of the American Legion
Also known as: Brown-Parfitt American Legion Post #43
Brandon Elevated Water Tank (Water tower)   [Map]
207 S. 3rd Street, Brandon, WI
Brandon Village Hall and Library (Library)   [Map]
Brick building that has served the village for decades
Also known as: Ellis Block
Carnegie Library (Library)   [Map]
Served Ripon as Library until 1973, Now Offices for Ripon College
Also known as: Carnegie Hall (Administration Offices, Ripon College); Pearl's House of Fashion; Accurate Controls
Ceresco Site (Residential building)   [Map]
Site of a utopian community from the mid 19th Century
Also known as: Wisconsin Phalanx
Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map]
182 Forest Ave., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Club Harbor (Commercial building)   [Map]
Jct. of WI 151 and Cth W, Pipe, Wisconsin
Also known as: Fuhrman's Hotel, Big Al Capone's
Doe and Fawn (Work of art)   [Map]
700 County Park Rd, Waupun, Wisconsin
Dundee Mountain (Natural feature)   [Map]
The tallest kame in the Kettle Moraine State Forest
Edwin H. Galloway House (House)   [Map]
336 E. Pioneer Rd., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
El Dorado Apartments (Residential building)   [Map]
130 Forest Ave., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
End of the Trail (Work of art)   [Map]
One of the most famous sculptures in America, located in Waupun
First Baptist Church of Fond du Lac (Church)   [Map]
90 S. Macy St., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
First Congregational Church (Church)   [Map]
Romanesque Revival church designed by Edward Townsend Mix
George and Mary Agnes Dana House (House)   [Map]
136 Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Horicon Marsh (Natural feature)   [Map]
31,653 acre marshland along the Rock River
Hotel Calumet (Hotel)   [Map]
170 Forest Ave., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Also known as: Forest Avenue Hotel
Hotel Retlaw (Hotel)   [Map]
15 E. Division St., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Also known as: Ramada Plaza
Jacob Woodruff House (House)   [Map]
610 Liberty St., Ripon, Wisconsin
John Scott Horner House (House)   [Map]
Home of John S, "Little Jack" Horner, one of the founders of Ripon and Ripon College
Also known as: Horner-Calden House
Kendall--Blankenburg House (House)   [Map · Street View]
Second Empire Style house with additional details executed in the Stick Style
Lakeside Limited (Lakeside Park) Amusement Ride (Railroad vehicle)   [Map]
G-16 Miniature Train Company dogbone out-and-back amusement ride.
Lakeside Park Carousel (Carousel)   [Map]
Allan Herschell All-Metal Carousel
Lincoln the Dreamer (Work of art)   [Map]
Statue of a young Abraham Lincoln created by Ripon College Graduate, Clarence Shaler
Linden Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
253-295 and 274-304 Linden St., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Little White Schoolhouse (School)   [Map]
Birthplace of the Republican Party
Also known as: Birthplace of the Republican Party
Longfellow School (School)   [Map]
Gothic style elementary school building that sits on a large lot
Also known as: Alice Callan School
Marcellus Pedrick House (House)   [Map]
Two story grout block house in the Southwestern Historic District
Also known as: Pedrick-Lawson House
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992144 (Railroad vehicle)   [Map]
A Thrall Rail Car caboose built for the Milwaukee Road, now in CN Livery
Montgomery and Nancy Tallmadge House (House)   [Map]
225 Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Moose Temple (School)   [Map]
17--23 Forest Ave., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Also known as: College Building, Maze Building
North Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly along Main St., from Merrill to Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Octagon House (House)   [Map]
Octagon House that was once a stop on the Underground Railroad.
Pier Cemetery (Cemetery)   [Map]
First burial site of white settlers in Fond du Lac County
Recording Angel, The (Work of art)   [Map]
Lorado Taft sculpture commissioned by Clarence Shaler in memorial of his wife, Blanche
Richard & Emogene Dart House (House)   [Map]
Two story grout block house in the Southwestern Historic District
Ripon College Historic District (District)   [Map]
Campus of Ripon College, Alma Mater of Spencer Tracy and Harrison Ford
Rudolph and Louise Ebert House (House)   [Map]
Queen Anne Style Mansion on FDL's east side
Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church (Church)   [Map]
670 County Trunk Hwy. S, New Fane, Wisconsin
Also known as: Saint John Lutheran Church
Sisson's Peony Gardens (Site)   [Map]
Former commercial nursery specializing in peonies, now a landmark garden.
Also known as: Windmill Garden
Soo Line Locomotive 2714 (Railroad vehicle)   [Map]
Soo Line Locomotive 2714 is a 4-6-2 is the only remaining one of four light passenger locos ordered by the Wisconsin Central in 1911.
South Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly, 71--213 S. Main St., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Southwest Historic District (District)   [Map]
A large neighborhood a little over a block south and southwest downtown Ripon
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Church)   [Map]
Romanesque church built 1857, Johnsburg grew up around the church
St. Matthias Mission (Cemetery)   [Map]
1081 County Trunk S, New Fane, Wisconsin
Also known as: St. Matthias Catholic Church
St. Peter's Episcopal Church (Church)   [Map]
217 Houston St., Ripon, Wisconsin
Tygert Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
A neighborhood of quiet streets and of fine historic homes built between 1852-1950
Wallace--Jagdfeld Octagon House (House)   [Map]
171 Forest Ave., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Watson Street Commercial Historic District (District)   [Map]
Downtown District Virtually Unchanged since 1890
Waupun Post Office (Post office)   [Map]
Classic Post Office building located in the Fond du Lac County side of Waupun.
William I Cole House (House)   [Map]
303 Gillett St., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Zion Congregational Church (Church)   [Map]
Old stone country church
Also known as: Old Stone Church