Real Racine Visitor Center

Building Information

Building Information: 
The Real Racine Visitor Center (the "home base" for the Open House Racine County event) also serves as the offices of the Racine County Convention and Visitors Bureau, the County's official tourism promotion and development organization. The building was designed by Ken Dahlen/ Genesis Architecture of Racine and was built in 2000. They were given the task of designing a building with a "Frank Lloyd Wright/lighthouse" feel. The 4,000 square foot facility contains a 2,000 square foot visitor center, restrooms, a meeting room, kitchen/prep area, offices and a partial basement which is used for storage of the over 200 different local, regional and state brochures that are on display.

Visitor Experience

Visitor Experience: 
You are invited to peruse the brochure racks and take any brochures from local attractions, hotels, or events that you wish. There is also a comprehensive selection of visitor guides from across the state. Be sure to check out the Western Publishing display highlighting Racine's own "Little Golden Books". Clean restrooms are available. The staff will be happy to answer any questions regarding the event, or help you plan your Wisconsin vacation.


14015 Washington Ave.
Sturtevant, WI 53177



9AM - 5PM

Event Permissions:

Photography Permitted: 
Photography Permitted
Filming Permitted: 
Filming Permitted

Building Accessibility:

Only First/Main Floor accessible to persons with disabilities

Restroom Availability:

Restrooms will be available for visitors