The Racine Art Museum’s Wustum Museum is housed in a 19th century Italianate-style mansion and features nationally recognized works in fine art and craft media. The grounds include a formal Boerner-designed garden and animal sculptures.
The Racine Heritage Museum has three floors of exhibits that explore the rich cultural history of Racine County, from wheat production to global manufacturing and an emerging leader in technical innovation. The building itself was once a Carnegie library and is listed on the National Register of
The SC Johnson plant in Racine is the only remaining Frank Lloyd Wright-designed corporate headquarters still in use. Free tours of the plant include the Administration Building, Research Tower, the SC Johnson Gallery, The Golden Rondelle Theater, and Fortaleza Hall, which features a replica
Apple Holler is a 78-acre family farm where guests can stroll the rolling hills of the orchard, visit the Farm Park, pick in-season fresh fruits, and more. Kids and families will love the Kids Korral Play Area, which offers a Cool Cow Maze, Music Garden, Amish Built Train, Giant Slide and Rainbow
Built in 1880, Wind Point Lighthouse is the oldest and tallest working lighthouse on Lake Michigan and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The lighthouse and tower are open for tours on select dates. Visit their website for more details
The Racine Art Museum is home to the largest contemporary craft collection in the United States. Nearly half of the Museum’s almost 10,000 pieces focuses on contemporary craft pieces from internationally recognized artists. Museum exhibits change approximately two to three times per year
The Racine Zoo is home to more than 300 animals from around 75 difference species. The 28-acre Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The Zoo has a large number of large mammals including the African lion, wallaroo, orangutan, giraffe, rhinoceros and many others