North Pier Lighthouse
The North Pier Lighthouse was once situated at the end of North Pier but was determined no longer necessary in 1969, when the Coast Guard donated the structure to the Two Rivers Historical Society. It was relocated to Rogers Street Fishing Village & Museum, where it is open to visitors from
2102 Jackson St, Two Rivers, WI 54241
Latino Arts, Inc.
The Latino Arts Gallery is the only gallery in Milwaukee dedicated to showcasing the work of Hispanic and Latin American artists. The 3,000-square-foot gallery contains exhibits chosen for their cultural and educational value. They also offer self-guided Hispanic heritage tours. Latino Arts hosts
1028 S 9th St, Milwaukee, Wi 53204
Death’s Door Maritime Museum
Death’s Door Maritime Museum pays homage to the area’s commercial fishing industry and maritime history. Exhibits include a shipwreck, lighthouse lights and scuba diving artifacts recovered from the dangerous passage around the Door Peninsula known as Death’s Door. The Museum is open daily
12724 W Wisconsin Bay Rd, Ellison Bay, WI 54210
Selfie Hop is a selfie museum with more than 20 different backdrops. From fun and flirty to neon lights, you’ll have a blast trying out different scenes. Bring your camera and get the perfect selfie shot or family photo!
2410 N Farwell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211
Art Preserve of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center
The Art Preserve is home to more than 35 artist-built environments and collections. With 56,000 square feet of floor space on three floors, you will find plenty to explore. The beautiful architecture of the building is meant to connect the art to the exterior and surroundings
3636 Lower Falls Rd, Sheboygan, WI 53081
This Queen Anne Victorian style home was built in 1890 for lumber and mining baron Martin Pattison and his family. It served as a private residence until 1920, then was used as a Children’s Home until 1962. The mansion is open for tours year-round. It is recommended to book ahead, as tour sizes
906 E 2nd St, Superior, WI 54880