908 Washington Street
Manitowoc, WI 54220
Phone: (920) 682-8271
Fax: (920) 682-1020
Tour this remarkable village offers 23 unique buildings and an historic living museum.
The Lincoln Park Zoo is a popular zoo in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. It is home to about 200 speies of animals including black bear, black eagle, the rare snow leopard, cougar, to enlist a few. The zoo arranges for various camps, the stand-outs being the Animal Diets Camp and Farmlife Camps. It also offers hour-long educational tours on general as well as specific one at modest prices. Provisions are made for the conservation of wildlife as well.
This historical 6-acre estate is located along the Lake Michigan shoreline. It features rose, Japanese, sunken, and formal gardens.
The historic Washington House is a 19th century style, three story inn with a visitor center, an original 1890's saloon, a ballroom, and an old fashioned ice cream parlor. Ten rooms of the house are devoted to historic displays.
19th century lighthouse museum with a shipwreck and lifesaving exhibits and a French Canadian fishing village museum.
This beautiful 1200 acre refuge holds an abundance of wildlife sucha s 260 species of birds, and 36 species of warblers. The park also includes 7.5 miles of trails and boardwalks through the marsh, and lots of cross country skiing.
Encompassing 125 acres of forest, wetlands, prairies, and a riverway, this park offers miles of hiking and cross country skiing trails plus a variety of wildlife for nature lovers. The Ecology Center located at this park offers many classes and activities.
Surrounding Quarry Lake, this park offers activities such as the Aqua Avalanche water slide, paddle boats, swimming, an 18 hole disc course, and cross country skiing.
Mill carries on the tradition of sweet sorghum syrup production and use and gives daily tours of the mill and bakery.
One of the country's top motor speedways. Offers guests a wonderful show as some of the biggest races in the country take place.
Holds professional and amateur events from May thru October, including spectaator events involving Indy cars, AMA Motorcycles, CART champ cars, and Vintage vehicles.
The remains of this schooner, capsized and sunk during a storm in 1894 just off the Sheboygan Harbor, are now on display. Self guided and guided tours are available.