The Lottie Cooper was a 131-foot schooner built in 1876 that sank off the coast of Sheboygan in 1894. A large portion of the wreck was recovered and is now on display by Deland Park, across from the YMCA.
The John Michael Kohler Arts Center features a collection of ever-changing exhibits from a variety of different artists, so even if you’ve been before you are sure to see something new. Make sure you check out the bathrooms – you won’t be disappointed
Sheboygan Indian Mound Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and consists of fifteen acres containing 18 rare Indian burial mounds. The effigy mounds are dated around 500 to 750 A.D. and are deer, panther, intaglio, conical and linear shaped. The Open Mound exhibit contains
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
The Sheboygan Lakers Ice Center is home to Sheboygan Lakers Hockey and Sheboygan Lakers Figure Skating. The ice arena is open for public skating at various times throughout the ice hockey season. Skate rental is available.
The James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden is an assembly of life-size and miniature sculptures arranged in a natural environment. The property consists of a rustic cabin surrounded by 30 concrete sculptures created by James Tellen. The James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden is free and open to
Bookworm Gardens is a fun, whimsical place where people of all ages can embrace their inner child. The displays are centered around childrens’ storybook themes and enhanced by the beautiful landscape and floral arrangements of the gardens. Climb aboard the magic school bus, explore Mr