Pierce County Wisconsin has 10 places on the National Register of Historic Places including 1 place of National significance and 2 places of Statewide significance. Significant places include Diamond Bluff Site-Mero Mound Group, Mero Archeological District (Boundary Increase) and North Hall--River Falls State Normal School, Freeman, Roscius S. and Lydia R., House and Glen Park Municipal Swimming Pool.
Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Late Woodland, Mississippian and Oneota dating back to 500.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Pierce County places including Herman T. Hagestad, Arthur Symes, Harry R. Luberg, Buechner & Orth and William Waters. Prominent architectural styles found in Pierce Country are Beaux Arts, Classical Revival and Greek Revival.