National Register Listings in
Waukesha County, Wisconsin

Andrews, Sewall, House Arcadian Bottling Works Arlington Apartments Baer, Albert R., House Bailie, Ralph C., House Bank of Hartland Barnes, Andrew, House Barney House Barrett, Everett P., House Becker and Schafer Store Building Bishopstead Blair, Sen. William, House Block C Historic District Booth, J. C., House Buckley, Patrick J., House Burr Oak Tavern Camp, Thomas, Farmhouse Caples' Park Historic District Castleman, Dr. Alfred L., House Chandler, Walter S., House Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Passenger Depot Clarke, George Lawrence Jr., House Cobb, George N., House College Avenue Historic District Cook, Alexander, House Cutler, Morris, House Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke Davis, Cyrus, Farmstead Davis, Cyrus-Davis Brothers Farmhouse Delafield Fish Hatchery Dousman Inn Downtown Historic District Dwinnell, George, House East Broadway Historic District East Capitol Drive Historic District Elliot, Dr. F. C., House Fabacker, Joseph, House First Baptist Church First Congregational Church First Congregational Church First German Reformed Church First Methodist Church Frame, Andrew, House Freewill Baptist Church Genesee Town Hall Genesee Woolen Mill Site Grace, Perry, House Grand View Health Resort Gredler-Gramins House Hadfield Company Lime Kilns Hartland Railroad Depot Haseltine Cobblestone House Hawks Inn Hemlock, David, J., House Henze, LeRoy A., House Hinkley, Ahira R., House Hoeltz, Herbert, House Hoos, Elizabeth, House Hoos-Rowell House Hornburg, Harold, House Jackson House James, Samuel D., House Johnston, William, Lime Kiln Jones, Robert O., House Kelliher, Michael, House Koehler, Frank, House and Office Koepsel House Laflin Avenue Historic District Lain-Estburg House Mace, Garwin A., House Mace, Garwin, Lime Kilns Madison Street Historic District Main Street Historic District Mann, William G., House McCall Street Historic District McCall Street Historic District (Boundary Increase) Menomonee Falls City Hall Menomonee Golf Club Merten, Charles, House Miller-Davidson House Moore, Dr. Volney L., House Moreland Boulevard Pump House and Reservoir Morey-Andrews House Morey-Lewis House Morey-Seidens House Muskego State Graded School Nashotah House Theological Seminary National Guard Armory 127th Regiment Infantry Company G National Hotel Needham, Enoch Gardner and Mary Caroline Koch, House Nelson, Charles E., Sr., House Newhall Avenue Pump House and Reservoir Nickell, William, A., House Northwestern Hotel Oconomowoc City Hall Oconomowoc Depot Oconomowoc High School Okauchee House Old Waukesha County Courthouse Oliver, Owen and Margaret, House Pabst, Gustave, Estate Pearl and Grand Avenue Historic District Peck, Clarence, Residence Peck, Walter L., House Pokrandt Blacksmith Shop Pratt, Hannah, House Pratt, John A., House Putney Block Putney, Frank H., House Reformed Presbyterian Church of Vernon Resthaven Hotel Sanger, Casper M., House Saylesville Historic District Schauwitzer, Carl and Therese, House Schuttler, Henry and Mary, House Sign of the Willows Silurian Mineral Springhouse Sloan, William P., House Smith, Camillia, House St. John Chrysostom Church St. John's Military Academy St. Joseph's Catholic Church Complex St. Matthias Episcopal Church Statesan Historic District Ten Chimneys Ten Chimneys Third Street Bridge Totten-Butterfield House Trapp Filling Station Turck, Christian, House United Unitarian and Universalist Church Van Buren, Sarah Belle, House Village Park Bandstand Visitation Convent Complex Ward District No. 3 Schoolhouse Warren, Stephen, House Waukesha Post Office Waukesha Pure Food Company Welch, C. A., House West, Deacon, Octagon House Weston's Antique Apple Orchard Wick, Michael, Farmhouse and Barn Wisconsin Avenue Historic District Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys Yanke, Louis, Saloon Zimmer, Johann, Farmhouse Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
The House on the Rock, located in Spring Green, Wisconsin, is a unique tourist attraction that features a bizarre collection of antiques, automata, and other oddities. It was built by architect Alex Jordan Jr. in the 1940s and 1950s.
~ Wisconsin random facts