Built in 1876, this building housed the sheriff's family, his office, and the six cells in the jail section. It was designed by renowned William Waters, who also designed some of the original buildings for the University of Wisconsin at Madison. The museum now houses the donated collections of
Heritage Farm is conveniently located right on Highway 42, just south of downtown Kewaunee. It was founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the agricultural-based heritage of Brown, Door, Kewaunee, and Manitowoc Counties. If you catch it
Selner Park Beach is a beautiful sand beach overlooking the Kewaunee Pierhead Lighthouse. There is a volleyball net in place on the beach during the summer months. The park also has a playground and restroom facility above the beach.
Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery is set in a picturesque country setting in Kewaunee. Parallel 44 is named for its position on the 44° North Latitude line, which coincidentally is the same coordinate as renowned wine making regions such as Tuscany and Bordeaux. The Northern Varietal grapes grown
Bruemmer Park Zoo is a small zoo featuring many animals native to northeastern Wisconsin. The zoo is on an eight-acre site within Bruemmer County Park, which has wooded trails, a playground, and picnic area with grills and restrooms. The zoo is open daily from 7 am to sunset and has free