National Register Listings in
Rock County, Wisconsin

Alexander, John, Wheat Warehouse Allen, Abram, House Armory, The Bartlett Memorial Historical Museum Beloit Power Plant Beloit Water Tower Benton Avenue Historic District Blodgett, Selvy, House Bluff Street Historic District Bostwick Avenue Historic District Brasstown Cottage Church of St. Thomas the Apostle Citizens Bank City of Beloit Waterworks and Pump Station Clark-Brown House Clinton Village Hall Clinton Water Tower Columbus Circle Historic District Conrad Cottages Historic District Cooksville Cheese Factory Cooksville Historic District Cooksville Historic District (Boundary Increase) Cooksville Mill and Mill Pond Site Cooper-Gillies House Courier Building Court Street Methodist Church Courthouse Hill Historic District Crist, J. W., House Crosby Block Crosby, James B., House Culton, Charles L., House De Jean House Dean, Erastus, Farmstead DeLong, Homer B., House Dow, John T., House Eager Free Public Library Eager, Almeron, Funerary Monument and Plot East Milwaukee Street Historic District Edgerton Depot Edgerton Post Office Edgerton Public Grade Schools Emerson Hall Evansville Historic District Evansville Standpipe Fairbanks Flats First Congregational Church Footville Condensery Footville State Bank Fredendall Block Fulton Congregational Church Fulton Street Historic District Gempeler Round Barn Gifford House Gilley-tofsland Octagonal Barn Goodrich Blacksmith Shop Goodrich, Ezra and Elizabeth, House Goodrich-Buten House Gray, William H. and Edith, Farmstead Greenman, Reynolds and Lois, House Grove Street Historic District Hanchett Block Haven-Crandall House Hilton House Hotel Hugunin, John and Martha, House Janesville Cotton Mill Janesville High School Janesville Public Library Janesville Pumping Station Jefferson Avenue Historic District Jones, John H., House Jones, Samuel S., Cobblestone House Lappin-Hayes Block LaPrairie Grange Hall No. 79 Lathrop-Munn Cobblestone House Leonard-Leota Park Look West Historic District Look West Historic District (Boundary Increase) Lovejoy and Merrill-Nowlan Houses Masonic Temple McEwan, Peter, Warehouse Merchant Row Historic District Merrill Avenue Historic District Miller House Milton College Historic District Milton House Moran's Saloon Murray-George House Myers, Peter, Pork Packing Plant and Willard Coleman Building Myers-Newhoff House Near East Side Historic District Neese, Elbert, House North Main Street Historic District North, Sterling, House Nye, Clark, House Old Fourth Ward Historic District Orfordville Depot Owen, John and Margaret, House Owen, William J., Store Pangborn, J. L., House Parkview Historic District Payne-Craig House Pearsons Hall of Science Pomeroy and Pelton Tobacco Warehouse Porter, J. K., Farmstead Prospect Hill Historic District Randall, Brewster, House Rasey House Rau, Charles, House Richardson Grout House Richardson, Hamilton, House Richardson-Brinkman Cobblestone House Rindfleisch Building Risum Round Barn Robinson, John C. and Mary, Farmstead Seventh Day Baptist Church Shopiere Congregational Church Slaymaker, Stephen, House Smiley, Samuel, House Smith, John, House South First Street Residential Historic District South Main Street Historic District St. John's Lutheran Church St. Paul's Episcopal Church Stark-Clint House Stebbins, Harrison, House Strang, Soloman J., House Strong Building Strong Partridge Mound Group Strunk, John and Eleanor, House Tallman House Taylor, A. E., House Turtleville Iron Bridge West Luther Valley Lutheran Church West Milwaukee Street Historic District Whiton-Parker House Willard, Frances, Schoolhouse Wyman-Rye Farmstead Yates, Florence, House
The ice cream sundae was reportedly invented in Two Rivers, Wisconsin in the late 1800s. The town still celebrates the invention of the sundae with an annual festival.
~ Wisconsin random facts