Richland Center is the birthplace of Frank Lloyd Wright. It is also home to the University of Wisconsin–Richland campus.
- A. D. German Warehouse, Church St and Haseltine St (SW corner). The only building Frank Lloyd Wright designed for his hometown, built in 1921. It's a warehouse built in the Mayan Revival style, which was popular in the 1920s and 30s.
- Phoenix Center, 100 S Orange St, ☎ +1 608 649-7469. M-Th 10AM-2AM, F-Sa 10AM-2:30AM, Su 10AM-midnight. Recreational center with a bowling alley plus a bar and restaurant. Open bowling available daily, but hours vary. Call ahead.
- Ocooch Books & Libations, 145 W Court St, ☎ +1 608 647-8826. A retailer of both books and alcoholic beverages.
- Red Door Gallery, 148 W Court St, ☎ +1 608 649-1700. M-F 10AM-5PM, Sa 10AM-4PM. Local art gallery sponsored by the Richland Area Arts Council. Dozens of southwestern Wisconsin artists display and sell their work here.
- Gables (closed down), 212 N Main St, ☎ +1 608 649-0628. Su-Th 6AM-2PM, F 6AM-8PM, Sa 5PM-8PM. Diner.
- Serna Brothers, 130 S Main St, ☎ +1 608 647-4732. M-Sa 10AM-9PM. Mexican.
- The Press Box, 165 W Court St, ☎ +1 608 647-4012. Sports bar.
- Ramada, 1450 Veterans Dr (off US Hwy 14, south end of town), ☎ +1 608 647-8869, fax: +1 608 647-7154. Check-in: 3PM, check-out: noon. Free wireless internet, on-site gym and pool. No smoking, no pets.
|Routes through Richland Center|
|Rochester ← La Crosse ←||W E||→ Spring Green → Madison|