Downtown Racine is where you will find an abundance of shopping, galleries, museums, restaurants and more.
Shop at more than 50 customer friendly stores and boutiques where you will find a wide selection of jewelry, fine imports, home decor, clothing, furniture, recreational items, crafts and arts.
You can dine at any of the more than 30 eclectic restaurants which offer a wide range of cuisine, prices and atmospheres.
Enjoy world-class museums and 14 art galleries.
Michigan Blvd. and Kewaunee St., Racine
North Beach offers nearly 50 acres of sandy, natural paradise and more than 2,500 feet of shoreline. One of only three certified Clean Beaches on the Great Lakes. Complete with Volleyball courts, a snack bar, a community-built playground, and a million-dollar view.
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2519 Northwestern Ave., Racine
A community theatre founded in 1938, the RTG annually produces 8 main-stage plays and musicals. Racine Theatre Guild manages the Racine Children’s Theatre and offers a jazz series, a comedy series, theatre trips, special events, classes and much more.
2131 N. Main St., Racine
Nestled on the sandy shores of beautiful Lake Michigan, the Racine Zoo is home to some of the world’s most remarkable and endangered wildlife. The walk is easy for kids and seniors, making the Racine Zoo a great way to enjoy the outdoors with the family.
1525 Howe St., Racine
(262) 260-2154 (reservations required)
SC Johnson’s worldwide corporate headquarters, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, opened its doors in 1939. The Great Workroom with its unique columns, innovative use of glass tubing, and specifically designed furniture are among the features in this working environment that has been hailed as a “center of creativity.” The Administration Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Tours offered on Fridays only.
Lighthouse Drive, Wind Point between
Three and Four Mile roads, Racine
Built in 1880, the lighthouse is the oldest and tallest in operation on Lake Michigan. Fully automated in 1964, the building now serves as a town hall, but the grounds are open to the public.