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Group Tours

in Racine County

Located on the shores of Lake Michigan between Milwaukee and Chicago, Racine County offers a diverse selection of interesting, cultural, historical, and entertaining attractions for group travelers. Groups will also find a wide range of dining options and affordable accommodations.

SC Johnson Administration Building and Globe
SC Johnson Administration Building and Globe

Groups will enjoy touring unique Racine County attractions such as renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s largest commercial project, the SC Johnson Administration Building and Research Tower, as well as Fortaleza Hall. Another Wright design is The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread, a former Johnson family home that is now used as a conference center.

No visit to Racine County is complete without a trip to a local bakery for Kringle, Wisconsin’s Official State Pastry! This distinctive oval-shaped treat has been a Racine County tradition since Danish immigrants brought it to Wisconsin in the mid-19th century.

Wind Point Lighthouse
Wind Point Lighthouse

Other highlights include:

  • Wind Point Lighthouse, the oldest and tallest working lighthouse on Lake Michigan
  • Racine Experience Center and Case IH Plant Tour, the Case IH and New Holland farm tractor assembly plant
  • Racine Art Museum, home of the nation’s largest collection of contemporary crafts
  • DeKoven Center, Gothic-style buildings that housed Racine’s first college founded in 1852
  • Milaeger’s (Racine), must-visit destination for garden enthusiasts year-round
  • Apple Holler, family farm and orchard tours year-round with a farm-to-table restaurant

Step-On Guided Tours

Travelers want to learn about the destinations they visit. Our step-on guided tours provide the colorful and inventive heritage of Racine County as you tour our beautiful lakefront communities. Learn how Racine was named along with seeing Frank Lloyd Wright architecture and wonderful historical landmark homes, churches and buildings.

Hot spots include: Frank Lloyd Wright architecture at SC Johnson, southern historical district, cream-colored German cottages, Downtown Racine, Racine Art Museum, Main Street Bridge, The Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery, Shoop Building, Reefpoint Marina, North Beach, Racine Zoo, Wind Point Lighthouse, Mound Cemetery, DeKoven Center, and more depending on your group’s interest!

Details: 90 minutes minimum; fee if no overnight stay in Racine County

Cari Greving, Executive Director

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