Richland Center, Wisconsin was rated number 14. Considering it’s the birthplace of Frank Lloyd Wright, it’s no wonder that Richland Center, Wisconsin is considered one of the most impressively architectural small towns.
Richland Center began as an agricultural community, and many of its original 1850s buildings remain. The most famous Wright-designed building is likely the A.D. German Warehouse, constructed in 1915. Architecture enthusiasts are also likely to be impressed by the Richland Center Auditorium, which architect Percy Bently “modernized” in the Classical style.
To see all of Richland Center’s impressive architecture, visitors can take the Heritage and Architectural Walking Tours and see the Opera House, the Bowen Carriage House, DeLap-Bailey House, and The Depot, among many others.