This 10,000 square foot educational playhouse is perfect for any kids under the age of 10. This is the perfect place for parties or to simply enjoy an afternoon with your kids or grandchildren.
Sheboygan County not only has their own aviation museum, but they also host an annual event, Wings and Wheels Summer Festival, which includes helicopter and airplane rides. Other services include a flight school and special event venues.
A 99,000 square foot art center in the heart of Sheboygan specializing in modern folk art. Art classes, café and a performing arts theater make this a true must see experience (hint…visit all the bathrooms).
With 400 plus members, the Plymouth Art Center is devoted to enriching the lives of area residents by providing a diverse experience in the arts. Classes, exhibits, festivals and performances are regular events at the center.
Furnished with original pioneer items, it is one of the few remaining log cabins in the county. New in 1999, was an additional 20,000 square feet used for permanent and changing exhibits, season displays and the museum store. Exhibits include medical, maritime, circus histories, local baseball, early agriculture and related trades, artifacts and the history of local Native Americans.
A new 38,000 square foot visitor center displays engaging exhibits of a stagecoach carriage collection. This Official State of Wisconsin Historical Site hosts the area’s largest Civil War reenactment, and is a popular destination for field trips and day camps.
The Plymouth Historical Society Museum is located in the heart of Plymouth's downtown district at 420 E. Mill Street. Our museum is open year-round and admission is free.
Bookworm Gardens is a vibrant, playful garden that enhances children's literature, the natural world and the imagination. The two acre garden offers the young and young at heart the opportunity for free, unstructured play in a beautiful and secure environment.
Kohler's long and colorful history lesson starts in the lower level of the Design Center. It exhibits a look at the beginnings of the company and the Village of Kohler, interestingly, Kohler was one of the first planned communities in the United States.