The Alexander Noble House is a Greek revival farmhouse in downtown Fish Creek originally built in 1875. Alexander Noble was one of the founders of Fish Creek and served as a blacksmith, postmaster, town chairman and county board member.
Visitors can tour the 10-room home and see period architecture and original furnishings and artifacts that depict 1875-1900. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is open for tours from June through October. They happily accommodate groups; call (920) 559-6234 to schedule a group tour.