Taylor Hall.


Built in 1867, Taylor Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places, as are the other buildings on the DeKoven Center campus.  What once was home to the faculty and students of Racine College is today a welcoming, home-away-from-home where religious and secular groups are invited to gather for all types of meetings, conferences, seminars, workshops and retreats.

The stately hall is furnished with a unique collection of antiques and artwork that helps tell the story of the center’s heritage. Taylor Hall's many other amenities include:

  • charming and comfortable lodging for up to 85 people

  • inviting dining area, with room for 50 guests

  • full-service dining, featuring chef-inspired, tailor-made meals

  • elegant meeting rooms and common areas

  • chapel for all faiths

  • a library and a gift shop

  • complimentary Wi-Fi

  • elevator access

  • 24/7 snack and beverage bar