Possibility Playground is a universally accessible playground designed to allow children of all abilities to play and learn together. It has been rated one of the top accessible playgrounds in the country!
Lion’s Den Gorge is a 73-acre park in Ozaukee County with beautiful bluffs overlooking Lake Michigan. The park offers prime birdwatching and hiking opportunities, as well as cross country skiing in the winter.
The Port Washington Historical Resource Center is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Port Washington, built in 1852. The building was restored from 2012-2014, revealing the original stamped tin ceiling, wood floors, and plaster walls. The featured exhibits change annually, so there is always
The Eghart House is a Victorian home built in 1872 and purchased by Judge Leopold Eghart in 1881. Step back in time and experience what family life was like in the late 19th century. The site also welcomes school and bus tour groups. Open Saturdays from 1-4 pm Memorial Day through Labor Day
The Port Exploreum is an interactive museum that highlights the area’s rich history and maritime past. Built in 1907, the Henry & Hill Building, as it was known, was formerly a club for local businessmen. The first floor bowling alley has been preserved, along with the original brick walls
Originally constructed in 1849, the light station was rebuilt in 1860 and still stands today. The tower and lantern were removed in 1934. In 2002, a replacement tower was donated and built as a gift from Luxembourg. The current light station includes the lighthouse with lantern room and keeper’s
Gallery 224 is a nonprofit art organization whose mission is to promote art, artists, and land conservation. They feature year-long exhibits from artists-in-residence. In its 10-year history, the gallery has hosted over 50 exhibitions and showcased work from over 600 artists