Visit Our Venues
Lincoln Tallman House (1857)
Step back into time and visit the home of the William Morrison Tallman family, learn about the stay of their famous guest, Abraham Lincoln and immerse yourself in 19th century life through one of our unique Tallman Tours.
Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Center (1915)
Your campus visit starts here. View our thematic exhibits, purchase a keepsake in our gift shop, book your next meeting or inquire with staff inside the campus’ visitor’s center.
RCHS Archives & Preservation Facility (1912)
The RCHS Archives & Preservation Facility is dedicated to the care and preservation of our vast collections. This building is not accessible by the public.
Tallman Carriage House (1857)
Whether you’re hosting a social party, business meeting or strategic planning session, your guests will appreciate the beauty and functionality of the newly renovated Tallman Carriage House.
Wilson King Stone House (1842)
The future site of our campus concession and catering venue, the Wilson-King Stone House originally was a 1842 Greek-Revival residence, one of Janesville’s first and relocated to campus in 1964.
Frances Willard Schoolhouse (1853)
Go back to school inside of our authentic 19th century one-room schoolhouse. Built in 1853 and used by famous educator Frances Willard, the schoolhouse serves as an educational venue to hundreds of children each year.