Racine County, Wisconsin

32nd Division Memorial (Historic marker)   [Map]
Monument to the 32nd Division and the Red Arrow Highway
Badger Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
Brick commercial building with terra cotta decor
Burlington Downtown Historic District (District)   [Map]
Known as Chocolate City, USA and the Town with Tall Tales
Chapel St. Luke's Episcopal Church Guildhall, and Rectory (Church)   [Map]
614 S. Main St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Chapel, Parish Hall and Parish
Chauncey Hall Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
1883 Victorian Building designed by noted architect E. Townsend Mix
Also known as: Design Partners, Max Lehman Clothier, Pokorny's Drug Store
Chauncey Hall House (House)   [Map]
1235 S. Main St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: Knight House
Corliss (Sturtevant) Train Station (Railroad depot)   [Map]
1902 Milwaukee Road Depot, Relocated from Sturtevant to Linwood Park in 2009
Elam Beardsley Farmhouse (House)   [Map]
Mixed cobblestone and fieldstone house built in the Italianate Style
Also known as: Kelley Farmhouse
Eli R. Cooley House (House)   [Map]
A refined example of the Greek Revival designs.
Also known as: Kuehneman, William F., House
First Presbyterian Church (Church)   [Map]
716 College Ave., Racine, Wisconsin
Franklyn Hazelo House (House)   [Map]
Unusual cobblestone house of significant historical value in rural Burlington
Also known as: Healy, Jedadiah, House
George Murray House (House)   [Map]
2219 Washington Ave., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: Our Savior's Lutheran Church Parish House
Gold Medal Camp Furniture Company (Miscellaneous)   [Map · Street View]
1700-1701 Packard Ave., Racine, Wisconsin
Golden Rondelle Theater (Theater)   [Map]
Radically designed theater, used at the 1964-65 World's Fair and moved to Racine afterward.
Hansen House (House)   [Map]
1221 N. Main St., Racine, Wisconsin
Historic Sixth Street Business District (District)   [Map]
The gateway to Racine's downtown commercial district
Horlick Malted Milk Company Industrial Complex (Industrial building)   [Map · Street View]
2100-2234 Northwestern Ave., 1450-1500 Summit Ave., Racine, Wisconsin
John Collins House (House)   [Map]
6409 Nicholson Rd., Caledonia, Wisconsin
Kaiser's (Commercial building)   [Map]
Art Deco styled, Terra Cotta tiled fašade retail store.
Also known as: Brandt Jewelers, Trauger's Jewelry
Kansasville, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

Karel Jonas House (House)   [Map]
1337 N. Erie St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: Terry B. Vetter House
KATE KELLY (Shipwreck) (Shipwreck)   [Map]
L. Michigan, 2 mi. E of Wind Pt., Wind Point, Wisconsin
Lincoln - Todd Statue (Statue)   [Map]
The first statue to feature a President of the United States with his First Lady
Lincoln School (School)   [Map · Street View]
Old school repurposed as living quarters.
Also known as: Lincoln School Historic Apartments
Lucius Blake House (House)   [Map]
Tuscan villa with a hipped-roof tower and bracketed eaves
McClurg Building (Hotel)   [Map]
Mid-Nineteenth Century multi-story building in Northern Italianate style
Memorial Hall (Meeting hall)   [Map]
72 7th St., Racine, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992186 (Railroad vehicle)   [Map · Street View]
A Thrall Rail Car caboose built for the Milwaukee Road
Mitchell Lewis Building (Industrial building)   [Map]
815 Eighth St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: Mitchell Lewis Motor Company
No. 4 Engine House (Fire station)   [Map]
1339 Lincoln St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: Green Glass Company
Northside Historic District of Cream Brick Workers' Cottages (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Goold, Erie, English, Main, Yout and Chatham Sts. and Lakeview Community Center, Racine, Wisconsin
Norwegian Buildings at Heg Park (House)   [Map]
Outdoor museum of Norwegian heritage of the area
Old Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Second St., Lake Ave., Fifth St., and Wisconsin Ave., Racine, Wisconsin
Orchard Street Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
Generally bounded by Haven & Lindermann Aves., Russet & Kentuckey Sts., Racine, Wisconsin
Pabst Brewery Saloon (Building)   [Map]
Former Pabst Brewing Company "Tied House"
Peter Johnson House (House)   [Map]
A two-story, Queen Anne, wood-frame house
Also known as: Sears/Haven House
Racine College (School)   [Map]
Historic Campus, now serving as a community resource
Also known as: The DeKoven Center, DeKoven Foundation for Church Work
Racine County Courthouse (Courthouse)   [Map]
730 Wisconsin Ave., Racine, Wisconsin
Racine Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map · Street View]
Brick railroad station repurposed as part of the city's mass transit hub
Also known as: Racine Station of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad
Racine Elks Club, Lodge No. 252 (Building)   [Map]
The former headquarters of the Racine Elks Club now repurposed as a professional building.
Also known as: Harborview Professional Center
Racine Harbor Lighthouse and Life Saving Station (House)   [Map]
Decommissioned lighthouse and life saving station, now part of a private marina
Racine Public Library (Museum)   [Map]
When the library outgrew this building, it moved and this became a museum
Also known as: Racine County Historical Museum
Racine Rubber Company Homes Historic District (District)   [Map]
A neighborhood built by the Racine Rubber Company to house its workers.
Also known as: Ajax Rubber Company Homes, Rubberville
Rickeman Grocery Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
415 6th St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: 6th Street Art Supply
S.C. Johnson and Son Administration Building and Research Tower (Commercial building)   [Map]
1525 Howe St., Racine, Wisconsin
Schlitz Brewery Saloon (Building)   [Map]
Former Schlitz Brewing Company "Tied House"
Shoop Building (Industrial building)   [Map]
215 State St., Racine, Wisconsin
Southern Wisconsin Home Historic District (District)   [Map]
21425 Spring St., Dover, Wisconsin
Also known as: Southern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled
Southside Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Lake Michigan, DeKoven Ave., Villa and Eighth Sts., Racine, Wisconsin
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Church)   [Map]
1100 Erie St., Racine, Wisconsin
The Ivanhoe (Building)   [Map]
Queen Anne style restaurant/tavern that was once a Pabst tied house
Thomas Driver and Sons Manufacturing Company (Industrial building)   [Map]
134 S. Main St., 214 State St., Racine, Wisconsin
Thomas P. Hardy House (House)   [Map]
Frank Lloyd Wright designed house
United Laymen Bible Student Tabernacle (Building)   [Map]
924 Center St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: George Bray Neighborhood Center
Uptown Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
1426-1430 Washington Ave., Racine, Wisconsin
US Post Office--Racine Main (Post office)   [Map]
603 Main St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: Main Post Office
Walker Manufacturing Company-Ajax Plant (Industrial building)   [Map · Street View]
1520 Clark St., Racine, Wisconsin
Whitman-Belden House (House)   [Map]
A dignified Greek Revival structure in the heart of Rochester
Also known as: Belden House
Wilmanor Apartments (Residential building)   [Map]
1419--1429 W. Sixth St. and 253--255 N. Memorial Dr., Racine, Wisconsin
Windpoint Light Station (Lighthouse)   [Map]
This 108 foot tall lighthouse is one of the tallest lighthouses still serving navigation on the Great Lakes
Also known as: Racine Point Light Station
Wingspread (House)   [Map]
33 E. Four Mile Rd., Wind Point, Wisconsin
Also known as: Herbert F. Johnson House, Johnson Foundation Headquarters
Young Men's Christian Association Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
314-320 6th St., Racine, Wisconsin
Also known as: Red Cross Drug Store Building