Downtown Sheboygan, Wisconsin
The Downtown Churches Historic District is a cluster of religious buildings that spans almost 100 years of Wisconsin history – from 1871 to 1968. Each of the four faiths represented worshipped in a medium-sized, well-designed, and well-maintained church building. Because of its fine examples of religious architecture, including High Victorian Gothic, late Gothic Revival, Tudor Revival, and Contemporary styles, the district was listed in the National Register on March 1, 2010 The churches have in common masonry construction, whether it is brick, stone, or a combination of the two, and use of stained glass windows.
Photo: Hope Reformed Church
– Courtesy Wisconsin State Historic Preservation Office/Katie Derksen