Racine Wisconsin Museums
The city of Racine has over 1,100 acres of parkland spread across established neighborhoods, bordering the Root River and framed by the skyline of Lake Michigan. From a thriving art scene to a vibrant music scene, Racines County has something for everyone. Located in the heart of downtown Racine, this 9-hole course is the second largest in Wisconsin and the third largest in North America, measuring 5,518 yards in length.
Every Tuesday, the Racine County Natural History Museum, the Racines County Historical Society, hosts a special exhibition on the history of the Great Lakes region. Join in sweet activities and enjoy delicious chocolate treats at ChocolateFest Burlington over Memorial Day weekend. Families can also enjoy a variety of activities for children, such as an ice cream truck ride, a family picnic and much more.
Participation in the Museum Day is free and open to all citizens and museum visitors. Racine Art Museum houses artists and resource artists who share their collections and work with local students and teachers. We also organize special events, such as the annual "Museum Day" on the weekend of the National Day of Mourning. Smithsonian Magazine does not endorse the content of a participating museum or cultural venue, is not responsible for, subsidizes or promotes museum visits, nor does it support participation in cultural events or events at any of these participating museums.
The Racine Theatre Guild hosts the Comedy Tonight season, which features some of the country's leading comedians, writers, actors, directors and comedians. The Racines Theatre Guild also hosts nationally recognised theatre productions as well as a variety of special events and events.
Throwback Thursday features installations and images from past exhibitions that allow followers to travel back in time and experience the visitors "favorite decades. Also regularly published on the museum's website, ramart.org, is a collection of recycled art and sculptures from around the world. If you would like to visit our museum or arrange a guided tour, please call us at 262 - 634 - 7575 or send us an e-mail.
For the guys from Racine County, the first at-bat and the first World Series were both in the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers, a team with a long history of success. If you're looking for your own history, you can visit the Museum of American History's collection, which includes more than 100,000 artifacts and artefacts from around the world.
In the years leading up to the Civil War, Racine County was a hotbed of anti-abolitionist activity, and the nation's eyes were on the community. This exhibition shows the history of the Racines district during and after the Civil War and examines the impact of the legacy of abolitionists. The exhibition includes an interactive video station with revealing biographies of industrial workers.
I was thrilled to participate in the annual Tour of Historic Places and visit various historic buildings that are not normally open to the public. Here you can visit the Research Tower, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939 and opened for guided tours in 2014, the Wright Administration Building, Wright-designed furniture and the Racine Natural History Museum. This special family experience offers a unique opportunity to learn more about the history and history of Racines and its history as a tourist destination.
The museum houses works by nationally and internationally renowned artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Paul Gauguin and Frank Lloyd Wright. The museum also has a large collection of original works by artists from all over the world, as well as some of Racines most famous artists. Located in the heart of the city, a short drive from downtown Racing's main street, the museum houses works by such renowned artists as Frank L. Wright, John F. Kennedy, Frank Gehry, David Hockney and many others, and features more than 1,000 of their works.
The museum's permanent collection began as a collection of early 20th-century New York artists, including Robert Rauschenberg, Paul Gauguin, John F. Kennedy, Frank Gehry, David Hockney, and many others. The collection has also been supported by a number of EPA projects in Wisconsin, including the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Art created within this program will be exhibited for the first time this summer at the Racine Art Museum. The exhibition "Art of the Ram Collection" runs until June 4 and is now on view at the Museum für Kunst Ratschings.
The collection includes works by artists such as Erica Lee, Lee H. Brown, Bonnie L. Smith and others from the Racine Art Museum collection.
RAM is proud to highlight these artists as part of its effort to recognize the 50th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution that granted women the right to vote. According to the current count, women are the second largest group of voters in the US behind men.