2200 S. 44th St., Manitowoc, WI, US, 54220

  • Phone: (920) 683-0220
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  • Arts & Museums

    »Wisconsin Maritime Museum

    The Wisconsin Maritime Museum offers huge dioramas, model ship gallery, and authentic WWII submarine.

    75 Maritime Drive
    Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220

    »Rudy Rotter Museum

    This unique museum offers 17,000 exhibits ranging from hand-sized wood carvings to life size carvings made of wood, stone, bone, and metal.

    701 Buffalo Street
    Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220

    »Rahr-West Art Museum

    Historic 1891 mansion refurnished into a museum with a changing gallery of fine art. Home of a collection of 19th and 20th century art collections, and collections of antique dolls, ivory carvings, prehistoric artifacts, and porcelain and glass sculptures.

    610 North Eighth Street
    Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220

    »Pinecrest Historical Village

    Come and see this historic museum that includes over twenty restored buildings, exhibits, gardens, natural trail, and gift shop.

    924 Pine Crest Lane
    Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220

    »Hamilton Wood Type & Printing

    Displays over 1.5 million pieces of wooden type and type making equipment.

    1619 Jefferson Street
    Two Rivers, Wisconsin 54241

    »Two Rivers History Museum

    This former convent is now a place for preserving and displaying local history.

    1810 Jefferson Street
    Two Rivers, Wisconsin 54241

    »Historic Rogers Street Fishing Village Museum

    A historic collection of buildings and exhibits showing a large part of maritime history. Also step aboard two 1930's vintage Lake Michigan tugboats, and then see the artifacts from the Christmas Tree Ship in the shipwreck exhibit.

    2010 Rogers Street
    Two Rivers, Wisconsin 54241

    »Sheboygan County Museum

    This museum houses artifacts depicting the history of Sheboygan County including exhibits on Indians, maritime, a pharmacy, a doctor's office, a circus, and baseball. Open daily except Mondays, April through October.

    3110 Erie Avenue
    Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53082

    »Het Museum

    See Dutch memorabilia plus early household and commercial artifacts from settlements at Cedar Grove and Amsterdam at this museum that is open from June through the end of August.

    118 Main Street
    Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53082

    »Elkhart Lake Depot Museum

    Local history museum located in a century old depot.

    104 South Lake Street
    Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53020

    »Henschel's Museum of Indian History

    The museum houses a collection of Indian copper, pottery and other artifacts dating back to 8000 BC. This archeological dig site is open Memorial Day to Labor Day.

    N8661 Holstein Road
    Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin 53020
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