Racine County offers a diverse selection of interesting, cultural, historical and entertaining attractions for the group traveler. Groups will also find a wide range of dining options and affordable accommodations.
Groups will enjoy touring unique Racine attractions such as renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright's largest commercial project — the SC Johnson Administration Building and Research Tower. Another Wright design is Wingspread, a former Johnson family home is now used as a conference center. No trip to Racine is complete without a trip to a local bakery for the famous Danish pastry — Kringle! Behind-the-scenes and free samples are available of Wisconsin's Official State Pastry.
Other don't miss highlights include the majestic Wind Point Lighthouse (the oldest and tallest working lighthouse on Lake Michigan), tours of CNI Industrial (Case IH and New Holland farm tractor assembly plant), and the Racine Art Museum (RAM), home of the nation's largest collection of contemporary crafts. Groups will long remember a visit to Fred Hermes’ Basement Bijou-Wurlitzer Organ show, which features a 1926 five-manual pipe organ (one of the largest organs ever built by Wurlitzer) housed in the lower level of his home in a 150-seat balconied theater.