Richland Center is nestled in the beautiful hills and valleys of Southwest Wisconsin. With a past full of citizens like Frank Lloyd Wright and Ada James, and landmarks such as the A.D. German Warehouse, the walking bridge across the Pine River and the first municipal auditorium in the State of Wisconsin, Richland Center is an historical area. Our population is a melting pot of ethnic groups. Norwegians, Germans and Czechs settled in the Richland Center area.
Make sure you explore some of the amazing things that our community has to offer. If you need more info check out the Richland Center site.
Red Door Gallery
The Red Door Gallery is a unique regional art gallery, established in 2002, reflecting the talent and interests of over 30 southwestern Wisconsin artists. Inside you will find art works and gifts incorporating a wide variety of materials including glass, wood, fiber, wire, paint, photographs, gourds, ink, feathers, beads and clay. We encourage residents and visitors to the area to enjoy browsing at the Red Door Gallery.
Pine River Market and Cafe
We are a cooperatively-run grocery store that is focused on bringing quality food and good health to everyone in the Richland Center community. We were first established in 1983 in the basement of the Sears Building by a group of local folks seeking healthy food alternatives for their families. A few years later we bought the storefront two doors down from our new location on West Court. This store was run almost entirely by member volunteers. As more members joined and more groceries sold, we outgrew our space. By July 2007, we moved to our current location, with a new name, The Pine River Market & Cafe, ready to fit the needs of our growing community with one-stop shopping, a cafe, seating, and a fresh new look.
Center Cinema and Starlite 14 Drive-In
Movies are a plenty in Richland Center. Stop by the downtown Center Cinema 2-plex or in the summer, check out one of the last drive-ins in Wisconsin. Get this week’s movie times here.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s A.D. German Warehouse
The A. D. German Warehouse is a Frank Lloyd Wright designed Mayan Revival warehouse that was constructed in Richland Center, Wisconsin in 1921. Wright was born in Richland Center in 1867. 300 S. Church St.
Ocooch Books and Libations
Right on our downtown Main Street, Ocooch Books and Libations has a great selection of books as well as many local beers, wines and alcohol. It is a great stop.
Located at Richland County Court House 181 W. Seminary in Richland Center, Wisconsin. Come visit and take a look. Call to learn more about its selection of organic food, crafts, fruits, vegetables and local specialties. Hours are May-October Saturday, 7:30 a.m. 12:00 noon.
Stairway to Wellness
Stairway to Wellness is a thoughtfully renovated Center created to encourage the study, teaching, practice and experience of Wellness in a supportive environment. Wellness is an inside job made manifest by intentional action.Walking the Stairway to Wellness, One Step At A Time, you can explore what Wellness looks like, feels like, and what it means to You.Two crystal chandeliers illuminate the original brick stairway, while two solid handrails support your trip to the top. The trip itself can become part of the journey to Wellness.
Area 51 Vintage Interiors
We are so lucky to have a Madison treasure, right here in downtown Richland Center. Area 51 Vintage Interiors is home to a huge collection of period furnishings from all eras—from turn of the century up to the 1980s. Opening soon!