Rice's Landing Historic District is a national historic district located at Rice's Landing, Greene County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 63 contributing buildings, 4 contributing sites, and 5 contributing structures in the borough of Rice's Landing. The district is dominated by one- to two-story examples of vernacular Victorian, Colonial Revival, and American Craftsman style buildings. Notable non-residential buildings include the Methodist Episcopal Church (1873), brick jail (1850s), W.A. Young & Sons Foundry & Machine Shop, Excelsior Pottery, Rice's Landing National Bank building, Hughes store, and the Nash-Rambler Garage. Contributing structures include the remains of Monongahela River Lock Number 6, concrete bridge (1914), railroad bridge (1913), railroad tunnel (1913), and Dilworth Mine related structures.