1906 Rose Street
La Crosse, WI 54603
Phone: (608) 781-0200
Fax: (608) 781-2875
Tour this Victorian home of former lumberman-financier Gideon Hixon.
This church holds the traditional symbolic features of a European cathedral, from Romanesque architecture, a Gothic cruciform shape and interior of Italian Renaissance.
Not only offers books, magazines, and research materials but also features changing exhibits and paintings for loan.
This facility is operates a mianiature golf course and a volleyball league for the kids. A snack bar is also located on site.
A nine acre cornfield with four miles of paths containing numerous circles and dead ends. Fun for the whole family.
Spread over 43 acres (17 hectares) of land, Nils Skumsrud House is an outdoor museum and center of Norwegian heritage. This former homestead consists of 11 buildings of various architectural styles of the Norwegian immigrants. Dating back to the 1850s, it is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The largest exotic animal ranch in the Midwest with over 700 animals.
Houston County Courthouse and Jail is located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The structures were built in 1883 C.E and had a Italianate, Romanesque style of architecture. The courthouse was made of stone and had a prominent center tower. The buildings got added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on March 18, 1983.
This three hundred fifty acre park offers camping, picnic areas, and three overlooks that are found five hundred feet above the Mississippi River; the site also offers a half-mile trail that leads to the top of Mount Charity.
The historic Schech Mil is a site of great monumental value and was constructed in 1876. It is distinguished for the fact that it stands as one among the only three extant watermills in Minnesota that still utilize water power. You can explore this historical mill, private tours are conducted by the owners.
Formerly constructed as a meeting hall, the Monroe County Museum is a Classic Revival structure and is historically named as the Sparta Masonic Temple. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this museum is dedicated to the rich historical heritage of the county.
Perched high on the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, this park provides excellent birding, scenery, six miles of hiking trails, and nine miles of level cross-country ski trails that are mostly at an intermediate skill level.