Heritage Village at Big Creek consists of nine historically significant buildings that depict rural life from 1880 to 1910. Visitors are able to take a self-guided tour through the buildings. Contact them to arrange a group tour.
The Door County Historical Museum was built in 1939 and contains the most expansive collection of Door County artifacts in the world. It was named one of the “Best Small Museums in the Midwest” by the Chicago Tribune. Exhibits include a “Seasons of Life” wildlife diorama, beautifully
Miller Art Museum is a year-round fine arts museum located in the Door County Public Library featuring a permanent collection of 20th century Wisconsin art. The main gallery features regularly changing exhibitions of both historic and contemporary nature. The second floor contains the Gerhard CF
Crossroads at Big Creek is a 200-acre nature preserve with miles of hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails. Crossroads consists of the Big Creek Preserve, Ida Bay Preserve and The Cove Preserve. The John & Helen Collins Learning Center contains exhibits on native wildlife, a
The Door County Maritime Museum brings Great Lakes history to life through galleries and interactive exhibits. Take a tour of the 149-foot restored tugboat John Purves, which was built in 1919 and served a variety of roles during the First and Second World Wars. Tug tours are offered from May to
The Farm was established in 1965 and is a living museum of rural America. Learn all about the historical buildings, including a series of five log buildings, and take a stroll through the woods or the prairie. The Farm is also a hands-on experience. Pet and feed some of the animals, watch chicks
Open Door Bird Sanctuary is a 34-acre sanctuary providing homes for birds of prey that are un-releasable. They have a total of five aviaries, a small nature center and a home for the resident bald eagle. They have 19 raptors that call the sanctuary home and are continually adding more