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Sheboygan is a place like no other. It is a city that is always inspiring destinations within your reach! Experience variety throughout our city when you pack your bags and take a trip as great as it’s destinations.

Adventures for all the seasons!


  • Board & Brush
    528 N. 8th Street
    (920) 226-4640
    At Board and Brush Creative Studio, our goal is to turn you into a “DYI master”. Create your own masterpiece where they supply the instruction, materials and fun!
  • Caan’s
    4422 S. 12th Street
    (920) 452-4111
    Over 3 acres of European state of the art greenhouses supply this local greenhouse and retail store year round. From shopping to hands on workshops, there is something for everyone.
  • James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Park
    5634 Evergreen Drive, Town of Wilson
    (920) 458-6144
    The James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden is a permanent display of the JMKAC. It is nestled in the woods south of the city and can be appreciated by nature lovers everywhere. These concrete sculptures are historic, religious and mythical figures set in a natural environment in the woods surrounding the family cottage.
  • John Michael Kohler Arts Center
    608 New York Avenue
    (920) 458-6144
    The next aesthetically pleasing thing about Sheboygan, next to Lake Michigan, is the JMKAC. Designed with an authentic historic Kohler family home, ruins of the old library, a beautiful windowed entry way, ever-changing display rooms, classrooms, an event hall, gardens and the coolest bathrooms in the world. The JMKAC is a must-see!
  • Olivu 426
    502 N. 8th Street
    (920) 783-0809
    Devoted to improving the well-being of customers and the world around us every day, Olivu 426 believes in creating natural personal care products.
  • Sheboygan A’s
    Wildwood Baseball Park, 2276 New Jersey Avenue
    (920) 458-6377
    The Sheboygan A’s are a summer semi-professional baseball team that competes in the Wisconsin State League and the Northeastern Wisconsin League. Spend a fun filled few hours watching baseball at Wildwood Park. Group rates are available.
  • Sheboygan Performing Arts
    Sheboygan Performing Arts is a partnership of performing arts organizations who work together for the good of all artistic endeavors in the Sheboygan County area. Sheboygan County is alive with artistry: dance, choral and instrumental music, theatre, and much more.
  • Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra
    830 N. 8th Street
    The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra is the oldest continually active orchestra in the State of Wisconsin, performing concerts since 1918.
  • Sheboygan Visual Artists
    1201 Erie Avenue
    (920) 416-1278
    The Sheboygan Visual Artists (SVA) organization blends an eclectic mix of the area’s art culture through a variety of mediums capturing intrigue and inspiration created by local artists.
  • Stephanie H Weill Center
    826 N. 8th Street
    (920) 208-0808
    The historic Sheboygan Theater was restored in 1996 and is back to being an exquisite center for the performing arts. Take a tour, attend a concert, and see a play or a movie; do what you must to get inside.
  • Urban Artique
    923 N. 8th Street
    (920) 452-0176
    A home décor and gift store including repurposed and upcycled items, some of the best art by Wisconsin artists and hands on art classes.
  • The Blind Horse
    6018 Superior Avenue, Kohler
    (920) 467-8599
    A modernly casual “Napa Style” restaurant, nestled on seven beautifully landscaped acres. Wine sampling, dining options and scheduled entertainment.   Indoor and outdoor facilities are available.
  • Fresh Meals on Wheels
    1004 S. Taylor Drive
    (920) 451-7011
    Take a behind the scenes tour of this state of the art facility and see how one can really make a difference.  Volunteer opportunities and meals are available for your groups.
  • Lake Orchard Aquaponics
    W839 Lake Orchard Court, County Rd LS
    (920) 627-3249
    A six generation farm that recently added an aquaponics fish and vegetable division. Set on the beautiful edge of Lake Michigan they offer tours and meals in their renovated barn space.
  • Miesfelds Market
    4811 Venture Drive
    (920) 565-6328
    This is the brat that made Sheboygan famous.  Browse through this market, partake in samples and learn the history of the brat and this family run business.
  • Nourish
    100 Alfred Miley Avenue
    (920) 550-2020
    Nourish offers proactive, experiential learning activities and programs to encourage individuals and organizations in our community to make more wholesome food choices by growing, cooking, and supporting our local food system. Together we can educate and empower people and create a healthy community.
  • Olivada
    641 Riverfront Drive
    (920) 451-4544
    Learn the art of tasting 100% extra virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars.  With plenty of samples to choose from, you pick the ones best suited to your tastes and they bottle it fresh for you on the spot. There are plenty of others gourmet food items to choose from along with specialty gifts.
  • Relish the Kitchen Store and Cooking School
    811 N. 8th Street
    (920) 458-1898
    A unique cook’s store in the heart of downtown featuring everything for the home chef.   Recently added is the cooking school where your group can do hands on events from basic knife skills to ethnic cooking classes and everything in between!
  • 3 Sheeps Brewing Co.
    1837 North Avenue
    (920) 395-3583
    The grandson of the family that founded Kingsbury Breweries, Grant Pauly, Brewmaster and founder of 3 Sheeps Brewing Co. is passionate about beer.  With a wide variety of local favorites, as well as seasonal beers, there is something for everyone.  Guided tours are offered with samples or stop in for a beer flight of your choice.
  • Victorian Chocolate Shoppe
    519 S. 8th Street
    (920) 208-3511
    This historic trolley station and bus depot, is now home to old-fashioned, handmade chocolates and are sinfully delicious.  Watch the hand dipping in process, bask in the aroma of the fresh candy and browse through the wide selection of candy and specialty gifts.
  • Aviation Heritage Center of Wisconsin
    N6191 Resource Drive, Sheboygan Falls
    (920) 467-2043
    Discover the golden age of aviation from the late 1920s to ’30s, and learn about the founders who established aviation success for Sheboygan County and aerial advancement throughout southeastern Wisconsin. An exciting hands-on experience for aviation enthusiasts, take a self-guided tour or schedule a guided tour.
  • Indian Mounds
    5000 S. 9th Street
    Sheboygan Indian Mounds Park is one of the oldest and most preserved mound groups in the State of Wisconsin. With trails, trees and interpretive signs, this site is educational, historical and very peaceful, for a cemetery of sorts.
  • Maywood/Ellwood H. May Environmental Park
    3615 Mueller Road
    (920) 459-3906
    It may just look like a field, but beyond the tall grass, Maywood has a lot to offer. They have six diverse ecosystems, an Arboretum, a butterfly and hummingbird garden, classes, workshops, tours, and hike, ski and bike trails.
  • Sheboygan County Historical Society & Museum
    3110 Erie Avenue
    (920) 458-1103
    The museum complex includes a stately brick building reflecting Judge David Taylor’s career and the era of 1850-1900, the 1864 Weinhold Family Homestead, the 1890s Schuchardt Barn with rural agricultural displays and the 1867 Bodenstab Cheese Factory with early commercial cheese-making implements. Also featured are seasonal displays, temporary exhibits, classroom and the museum store.
  • Historic Sheboygan Masonic Lodge
    411 St. Clair Avenue
    (920) 457-3111
    A beautifully historic lodge with great history.  Guided tours available or space for private events.
  • The Wade  House
    W7965 State Hwy 23, Greenbush
    (920) 526-3271
    Visit the Wade House and return to a time of stagecoach travel to see a community where Yankee refinement met the Wisconsin wilderness. Guided tours of the grounds or stop in the Visitor Center and Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum.
  • Bookworm Gardens
    1415 Campus Drive
    (920) 287-7895
    Imagine a place where children’s books come alive, where the three bears are life size, tree houses are big enough for 30 people, you can go inside Hansel & Gretel’s house, but not eat it, and whether you are or not, you feel like a kid.
  • Christopher Gardens
    W580 Garton Road
    This privately owned residence is located along the western shores of Lake Michigan.  This 500 acre farm and botanical garden offers various agricultural, horticultural and artist aspects and will do group tours by appointment.
  • Maywood/Ellwood H. May Environmental Park 
    3615 Mueller Road
    (920) 459-3906
    It may just look like a field, but beyond the tall grass, Maywood has a lot to offer. They have six diverse ecosystems, an Arboretum, a butterfly and hummingbird garden, classes, workshops, tours, and hike, ski and bike trails.
  • Kohler Andrae State Park
    1020 Beach Park Lane
    (920) 451-4080
    Right on Lake Michigan, Kohler Andrae State Park has some of the loveliest beaches around, as well as a nature center, trails through the dunes, lots of history, different kinds of wildlife and places to pitch a tent or plug in a camper.
  • SEAS (Sailing Education Association of Sheboygan)
    With an emphasis on education, SEAS provides a variety of options to both educate and entertain, so that you can enjoy your time on Lake Michigan.  Their motto is “boating for everyone” and this is certainly proven with their commitment to community involvement.

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