723 Center Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Phone: (920) 458-1400
Fax: (920) 458-1670
This combined motion picture and live theatre building was built in 1928 and has features including a magnificent Spanish Castle decor, a star-studded ceiling, landscape paintings, and spectacular chandeliers. Undergoing extensive restoration, it wil eventually be home to many of Sheboygan's cultural events.
See an authentic, historic schoolhouse that allows you to play the role of a 19th century student so that you can experience the rules, regulations, and curriculum of the era. Advance reservations are needed. Open for tours June through August on Tuesdays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. During the regular school year, visitors can witness classes in session for fourth graders.
Twelve hands-on interactive exhibits for children are available at this museum with highlights including the Treehouse Adventures, Siegl Circus, and the Giant Pinscreen. Also features special programs and events.
Beautiful park featuring mineral fountains that are known for their supposed healing qualities. This park is also the home of the Civil War Memorial and to the Bandshell, the site of music concerts on Wednesday and Friday evenings during the summer.
Large library with over 900,000 people visiting annually and housing 278,000 books, 11,057 audio tapes, and 5,401 videos.
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.
Full service marina offering a total of 253 slips, comfortable lounge, laundry facilities, showers, a swimming pool, and whirlpool.
Located 10 miles south of Prairie du Chien on the bluffs of southwest Wisconsin overlooking the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers at 500 feet, the 2,628-acre Wyalusing State Park is perfect for such seasonal activities as canoeing, camping, hiking, biking, boating, cross-country skiing, picnicking, wildlife viewing and fishing with its hardwood forests, pine plantations, bluffs, springs, waterfalls, wetlands and backwaters.
This Memorial honors the nearly 800 men and women from Sheboygan County who lost their lives while serving in the military from the time of the War Between the States to the more recent Vietnam War.
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.
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.
You'll find thousands of books, genealogy materials, county documents, maps, and military service records at this research library that is open Tuesday through Saturday. Additionally, they offer various tours to historic sites in the area May 1 to October 1. Tours need to be reserved one month in advance.