Mound Cemetery - 1852
One of the earliest controversial decisions made by the City of Racine made was to relocate the city burial grounds to land now recognized as Mound Cemetery. Dedicated in 1852, this cemetery was designed by a naturalist, expanded in stages, and includes numerous Native American burial mounds. Its current 52 acres contain the graves for many of Racine’s most prominent citizens. To​ur guests will
be able to see inside the beautifully constructed 1952 chapel.