National Register of Historic Places is the official list of our country's historic buildings, districts, sites, structures, and objects worthy of preservation. Here's a look at sites in La Crosse County.
Amtrak Depot, 601 St. Andrew St.
The Charmant Hotel (formerly Joseph B. Funke Co.) 101 State St.
Chase, Dr. H.H. and Henry G. Wohlhunter Bungalows
Chase, Dr. H.H. and Henry G. Wohlhunter Bungalows, 221 and 223 S. 11th St.
Christ Episcopal Church
Christ Episcopal Church, 821 Main St.
City Square (formerly E.R. Barron Building), 430 Main St.
Gund Brewing Loft Apartments
Gund Brewing Loft Apartments (formerly Gund Brewing Co. Bottling Works), 2130 South Ave.
Hamlin Garland House
Hamlin Garland House, 357 W. Garland St, West Salem
Hixon House, 429 N. Seventh St.
James Vincent House
James Vincent House, 1024 Cass St.
John L. Callahan House
The John L. Callahan House, 933 Rose St.
La Crosse Area Visitors and Convention Bureau
La Crosse Area Visitors and Convention Bureau (formerly U.S. Fish Control Lab), 410 E Veterans Memorial Drive
Laverty-Martindale House, 237 S. 10th St.
Losey Memorial Arch
Losey Memorial Arch, 1407 La Crosse St.
McGilvray Road Bridges
One of the McGilvray Road Bridges in the Van Loon wildlife area northwest of Holmen.
Maria Angelorum Chapel
Maria Angelorum Chapel, 901 Franciscan Way
The Mindoro Cut, along Hwy. C in northeast La Crosse County
Medary Town Hall
Medary Town Hall (formerly Smith Valley School), N3393 Smith Valley Road
Nicholas Frank Eugene House
Nicholas Frank Eugene House, 421 N. Second St., Onalaska
Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel
Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel, 519 Losey Blvd. S.
Palmer-Gullickson Octagon House
Palmer-Gullickson Octagon House, 356 N. Leonard St. West Salem
Powell Place, 200 Main St.
The Pump House Regional Arts Center
The Pump House Regional Arts Center (formerly Waterworks Building), 119 King St.
Roosevelt School Apartments
The facade of the old Roosevelt Elementary School remains largely unchanged after its conversion to 33 affordable housing units.
Satori Arts (formerly George Zeisler Building), 201 Pearl St.
Trust Point (formerly W.A. Roosevelt Co.), 230 N. Front St.
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Morris Hall
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Morris Hall (formerly La Crosse State Teachers College), 1615 State St.
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Graff Main Hall
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Graff Main Hall, 1724 State St.
Will Ott House
Will Ott House, 1532 Madison St.
Wisconsin Telephone Co.
Security Savings Bank (formerly Wisconsin Telephone Co.), 124 N. Fourth St.
The Freighthouse restaurant, 107 Vine St.
These historical photos from the Coulee Region are a reminder about how our region used to look.
How many of these places in the Coulee Region have you visited?