National Register Listings in
Racine County, Wisconsin

Badger Building Beardsley, Elam, Farmhouse Burlington Cemetery Chapel Burlington Community Swimming Pools and Bathhouse Burlington Downtown Historic District Collins, John, House Cooley, Eli R., House Driver, Thomas, and Sons Manufacturing Company First Presbyterian Church Gold Medal Camp Furniture Company Hall, Chauncey, Building Hall, Chauncey, House Hansen House Hardy, Thomas P., House Hazelo, Franklyn, House Historic Sixth Street Business District Horlick Malted Milk Company Industrial Complex Johnson, Herbert F., House Johnson, Peter, House Johnson, S.C., and Son Administration Building and Research Tower Jonas, Karel, House Kaiser's Kane Street Historic District KATE KELLY (Shipwreck) Lincoln School McClurg Building Melvin Avenue Residential Historic District Memorial Hall Mitchell Lewis Building Murray, George, House No. 4 Engine House Northside Historic District of Cream Brick Workers' Cottages Norwegian Buildings at Heg Park Old Main Street Historic District Orchard Street Historic District Racine College Racine County Courthouse Racine Depot Racine Elks Club, Lodge No. 252 Racine Harbor Lighthouse and Life Saving Station Racine Public Library Racine Rubber Company Homes Historic District Rickeman Grocery Building Shoop Building Southern Wisconsin Home Historic District Southside Historic District St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Chapel, Guildhall, and Rectory St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church United Laymen Bible Student Tabernacle Uptown Theater US Post Office-Racine Main Walker Manufacturing Company-Ajax Plant Whitman-Belden House Wilmanor Apartments Windpoint Light Station Yorkville #4 School Young Men's Christian Association Building
The famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright was born and raised in Wisconsin. Many of his most famous buildings, including Taliesin and the Johnson Wax headquarters, are located in the state.
~ Wisconsin random facts