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city in and county seat of Richland County, Wisconsin

Richland Center is a city in the Southern Wisconsin River Valley in Southwest Wisconsin.

UnderstandEdit

Richland Center is the birthplace of Frank Lloyd Wright. It is also home to the University of Wisconsin–Richland campus.

Get inEdit

US Highway 14 runs through town, linking to Madison in the east and La Crosse in the west.

Get aroundEdit

SeeEdit

  • 1 A. D. German Warehouse, Church St and Haseltine St (SW corner). The only building Frank Lloyd Wright designed for his hometown, built in 1921. It's a warehouse built in the Mayan Revival style, which was popular in the 1920s and 30s.    

DoEdit

  • 1 Phoenix Center, 100 S Orange St, +1 608 649-7469. M-Th 10AM-2AM, F-Sa 10AM-2:30AM, Su 10AM-midnight. Recreational center with a bowling alley plus a bar and restaurant. Open bowling available daily, but hours vary. Call ahead.

BuyEdit

  • 1 Ocooch Books & Libations, 145 W Court St, +1 608 647-8826. A retailer of both books and alcoholic beverages.
  • 2 Red Door Gallery, 148 W Court St, +1 608 649-1700. M-F 10AM-5PM, Sa 10AM-4PM. Local art gallery sponsored by the Richland Area Arts Council. Dozens of southwestern Wisconsin artists display and sell their work here.

EatEdit

DrinkEdit

  • 1 The Press Box, 165 W Court St, +1 608 647-4012. Sports bar.

SleepEdit

  • 1 Ramada, 1450 Veterans Dr (off US Hwy 14, south end of town), +1 608 647-8869, fax: +1 608 647-7154. Check-in: 3PM, check-out: noon. Free wireless internet, on-site gym and pool. No smoking, no pets.

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Go nextEdit

Routes through Richland Center
La Crosse ← Jct N   S  W   E  Spring GreenMadison


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