111 East Main Street Waukesha, WI 53186 +1 262 547 4838
The St. Matthias Episcopal Church is a Gothic Revival structure established in 1851. It encompasses an area of 3.4 acres (1.4 hectare) and forms a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee. The church building was put up in the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 and has been in continuous service. For mass details and timings please log on to their website.
The St. John Chrysostom Church, more famously known as the Little Red Church on the Hill, is a historic church located in Delafield, Wisconsin. This wooden structure was built in 1853 by Richard Michell Upjohn, a famed architect from New York and his father, Richard Upjohn. With this design, the church building became a pioneer in Carpenter Gothic architecture, as it came to be known later. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
W3081 County Road Y LeRoy, WI 53048 +1 920 583 4125
Spread over less than one acre of land, the St. Andrew's Church is a beautiful church. Popularly described as the 'works of art with vivid colors and intricate details', the church stands out in it's beauty. With the stained glass windows, beautiful area surrounding the church serves as a historic site. Worships are conducted at a daily basis and several events are organised to bring the parish together.
400 West Capitol Drive Hartland, WI 53029-1921 +1 262 367 5631
The Lutheran Church, also known as Lake Country Congregational Church is located in Hartland, Wisconsin at 400 West Capitol Drive. The contractor, J. P. Peterson of Hartland and Nels Lund of Menomonee Falls dedicated the church on May 7, 1911. Nels Lund accomplished the concrete work. The establishment was built in the Romanesque Revival style using coursed concrete block with rock face finish. The church is a rectangular, tall building with a raised concrete basement underneath. The above portion features an asphalt gable roof. The architecturally significant establishment is a good example of Romanesque motivated church engineering.
716 College Avenue Racine, WI 53403 +1 262 632 1686
The famed and respected First Presbyterian Church is a monumental church at Racine, Wisconsin, United States. It was constructed in 1852 and is precisely located at 716 College Avenue. It spreads on a land measure of 0.3 acres (0.12 hectares). It is a stellar example of the Greek Revival style of architecture. The varied ministries work towards the spiritual and overall development of individuals and imbibe faith, love and biblical values among the worshipers. The site is also featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
247 Wisconsin Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186 +1 262 542 7233
The renowned First Baptist Church in Waukesha, Wisconsin is an American Baptist Church. It was constructed more than a century ago in 1872. Standing stern and architecturally superior even today, it was designed by E. Townsend Mix. It organizes worship services every Sunday at 9:30a. The children's ministries and the Hispanic ministries work a great deal. Specially catered Wednesday dinners are planned as well. It follows the Gothic style of architecture.
Situated in Sunset Park, the Elkhorn Band Shell is a popular outdoor entertainment venue. The picturesque shell was built in 1926 and its design draws inspiration from another shell located in Mount Mary, Illinois. The opening concert had a huge crowd of nearly 4000 people. Post the expansion of the clubhouse, the shell was moved to its present location in 1962. The park is home to an assortment of recreational activities inclusive of a swimming pool, picnic area, sand volleyball, baseball and softball fields, and a playground.
121 Wisconsin Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186 +1 262 542 4256
The renowned First Methodist Church, located in Waukesha, is a brilliant structure constructed more than a century ago in 1898. The church offers for two worship services on Sundays. While the 9:00a service is a more traditional worship method, the one at 10:30a makes way for an informal setting with mild musical instruments. It also holds Sunday School to impart Biblical knowledge and values to young children. It stands as a splendid example of the Romanesque style of architecture, and was added in the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1983.
Designed by the world famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, S. C. Johnson and Son Administration Building and Research Tower is also known as Johnson Wax Headquarters. This administrative building was built in 1936, while the research tower in 1944. Wright used his unique style and created a structure with curvilinear forms and a huge work space supported with multiple dendriform (tree-like) columns. Wright was later commissioned the design for the Research Tower, which also resembles spread-out branches of a tree. The furniture designed by Frank is still in use by the office employees. In 1976, both the visually-striking buildings were recognized National Historic Landmark. This awe-inspiring design is worth visiting in Wisconsin.
Late artist and alumni of Art Institute of Chicago, Mary Nohl used her backyard as an art gallery to display her concrete creations. Dotting the garden are eccentric sculptures and statues of figurines and fauna. This whimsical art gave her beachside home the nickname "
"the Witch's House and received opposition and demolition threats. In 2005, however, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory is a huge expanse of
lush green land that includes three domes built on the lines of a beehive that are connected to each other by a central lobby. Each of these domes boast ...
As one would expect from the Hilton name, the Hilton
Milwaukee City Center offers first rate services and amenities in a convenient, central location. All 730 rooms offer all the luxuries one would desire, and the staff is there ...
The Grohmann Museum, located on the campus of the Milwaukee
School of Engineering, is one of a kind. Opened in 2007, this museum features a comprehensive collection of art tracing the evolution of men and women at work. The ...