Recognized as one of the best beaches in the Midwest, Racine’s North Beach feels like the West Coast and is a Certified Clean Beach. Downtown, the Racine Art Museum (RAM) houses one of North America’s top collections of contemporary crafts. Shop for your own art in any of several galleries or relax on the waterfront while sampling the city’s fine cuisine.
The city also boasts several sites of historic and architectural interest. The Wind Point Lighthouse, built in 1880, is both the tallest and oldest lighthouse still in use on Lake Michigan. Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the SC Johnson Wax Co. corporate headquarters. Nearby, the Golden Rondelle Theatre was dismantled and rebuilt in Racine at the close of the 1964 World’s Fair.
Wisconsin Christmas Carnival of Lights
November 28 - December 31
Southeastern Wisconsin’s largest holiday lights display is located just 20 minutes south of Milwaukee in Caledonia. It features 1.3 million lights that are...
Breakfast with Santa and the Animals
Breakfast with the Animals features a light breakfast served family style, a special educational program by the Racine Zoo, a holiday craft activity- and a...
The Big Chill - Ice & Snow Festival
January 08 - January 10
The Big Chill celebrates winter fun! Monument Square in Downtown Racine becomes the site of the Wisconsin State Snow Sculpting Competition. See 10 teams turn...
7 Mile Fair Flea Market
7 Mile Fair, Wisconsin is 'the' place to find real bargains. From farm-fresh produce, to great gifts, home, garden and hobby items and even the latest...
Soldiers Monument in Monument Square
Almost immediately after Racine's Governor Harvey GAR Post #17 was chartered in January 1881, fund raising began for a veterans monument in the city. It was...
Johnson Park Golf Course
Johnson Park is a mature 18-hole facility opened in 1931. The challenging par 72, 6703 yard course takes advantage of the natural settings of the Root River...