4332 N. 40th St.
Sheboygan, WI 53083
Phone: (920) 457-7724
Fax: (920) 457-2597
Arts & Museums
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.
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.
The Sanderling Nature Center at the Kohler-Andrae State Park is a monumental site. It features exhibits that pertain to the park's history, its inhabitant plants and animals and history of the surrounding region. The Friends of Kohler-Andrae State Park ensure that the center's displays are frequently updated. For details, check website.
This local Historical museum offers guests, exhibits, performing arts and more.
The Plymouth Center for the Arts offers a folk concert series and many other performances throughout the year. The center also features a fine art gallery and community center.
This gallery offers cultural activities of a wide variety: art gallery, theatre, music, performance art, dance and more. Performances and exhibitions are planned frequently.
Larry Basky works in a variety of media, with serigraphy being his prime media. His works can be found in many collections throughout the United States and foreign countries.
Local history museum located in a century old depot.
Wade House is a landmark, 3 story frame building, formerly a stagecoach inn.
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.
Features a 19th century landmarked stagecoach inn, a 19th century residence, and an authentic working replica of the state's only mule type 1860's sawmill.
The Wisconsin Maritime Museum offers huge dioramas, model ship gallery, and authentic WWII submarine.