Mishicot

Andercraft Woods

Manufactures of Northern White Cedar feeders, houses, planters, and nativity stables.  Showroom and factory outlet open daily. 920-755-4289

Farmers Market

Held late May to mid-October, Wednesdays from 7am to noon, Mishicot Village Hall parking lot.  920-755-2525

RiverEdge Galleries

Houses an ever-changing array of unique art and original paintings by leading Wisconsin and national artists.  Seasonal hours.
920-755-4777

Riverwalk Trail

This paved and lights ¼ mile trail follows the east Twin River in the Village Park.


Two Rivers

Historic Washington House

Visit an 1850’s immigrant hotel with original barroom and a ballroom sporting rare early American murals.  In memory of the invention of the ice cream sundae in Two Rivers in 1881, Ed Berners’ Ice Cream parlor serves sundaes, cones and fountain sodas.  Seasonal hours.
920-793-2490

Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum

The world’s only museum dedicated to the preservation, study, production, and printing of wood type.
920-793-6272

Roger Street Fishing Village Museum

Provides a historical record of the early fishing industry in Two Rivers, featuring an 1886 lighthouse.  Seasonal hours.
920-793-5905

Woodland Dunes Nature Center

A 1200-acre wildlife sanctuary, home to hundreds of species of plants and animals.  More than 6 miles of nature trails, an interpretive center, butterfly garden, naturalist-led programs, folk music concerts, and gift shop.  Seasonal hours.
920-793-4007

Two Rivers History Museum

Housed in a beautiful 1902 convent, the museum offers a variety of ethnic, civic, religious, and social displays, along with changing art and seasonal exhibits in the Community room.  Seasonal hours.
920-793-1103

London Dairy Alpacas

See the Alpacas and the items made from their soft fiber.  Educational and unique.  Please call ahead for tours or visits.
920-793-4165


Manitowoc

Wisconsin Maritime Museum at Manitowoc

Explore the Legacy of the Lakes.
75 Maritime Drive Manitowoc, WI 54220
866-724-2356

www.wisconsinmaritime.org
At the Wisconsin Maritime Museum there is so much to see and do. You’ll want to come and learn about the maritime history of Wisconsin and the Great Lakes. The kids will want to play in the Children’s Waterways Room. You can even walk through a real U.S. Navy WWII Submarine. We suggest you allow three to four hours to fully explore the Wisconsin Maritime Museum and tour the U.S.S. Cobia.

Capitol Civic Centre

Vintage 1921 restored vaudeville house featuring professional touring artists, Broadway shows, music, theaters and dance.  920-683-2184

Beerntsen’s Confectionery

An old-fashioned ice cream parlor that makes homemade candies and hand-dipped chocolates.  Open daily.
920-684-9616

Rahr West Art Museum

610 North Eighth Street Manitowoc, WI 54220
920-683-4501

www.rahrwestartmuseum.org
The Rahr-West Art Museum has a dual nature. It exists as an 1891-1893 Victorian Mansion on the National Register of Historic Places, which was given to the city of Manitowoc in 1941 by it’s owner Mrs. Clara Rahr, with the purpose to be used as a museum and civic center. It currently has a contemporary gallery space for a growing permanent collection and showcase for temporary exhibitions. It is also the site of Sputnikfest, a celebration commemorating the chunk of Sputnik IV which landed in front of the mansion in 1962. ~Admission is free

S.S. Badger Carferry

The 410-foot carferry takes vehicles and passengers across Lake Michigan from Manitowoc to Ludington, Michigan.  Trips from mid-May to October.
888-227-7447

Lincoln Park Zoo

1215 Block of N 8th Street Manitowoc, WI 54220
920-683-4685
www.lpzoo.org
Natural habitats featuring fish, birds and larger animals native to the North Woods. Beautiful wooded park setting with picnic areas and a children’s playground. Red barn with farm animals, butterfly wildflower garden and Japanese rock garden.
~Admission is free

West of the Lake Gardens

915 Memorial Drive Manitowoc, WI 54220
920-684-8506

www.westofthelake.org
This 6-acre estate of the late Ruth and John West was created in 1934 and features a rose garden, Japanese, sunken and formal gardens with more than 900 feet of herbaceous borders with colorful annuals. Also view our new reflecting pond. The gardens are located along Lake Michigan’s shoreline and the Mariner’s Trail.
~Admission is free


Manitowoc County

Devil’s River State Recreation Trail

Eight miles of our newest multipurpose trail is now open from Rockwood Road to Greenstreet Road.  Year round access for walking, running, bicycling, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.  Dogs on leash are allowed.
manitowoc-county.com

Point Beach State Park and Forest

3000 acres of nature: 6 miles of sand-ridged beach on Lake Michigan shores, campsites, cabins, hiking and biking trails, hunting and swimming.  Snowmobiling and cross country skiing in the winter.  Open year round.
920-794-7480
dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/pointbeach/

Point Beach Energy Center

6400 Nuclear Road Two Rivers, WI 54241 #800-880-8463
Has 3000 square feet of exciting displays featuring the history of electricity and electrical power generation through the use of nuclear energy, fossil fuels and renewable sources. Daily hours Tuesday- Saturday.
~Admission is free

Pinecrest Historical Village

An open-air museum interpreting village life from 1850 to 1900.  Historical characters and a new digital audio tour will bring to life over 25 beautifully restored historical buildings.  Located just 3 miles west of I-43 on County Road JJ.
www.manitowoccountyhistory.org

Mariners Trail

6 miles of paved lakeshore trail joining Manitowoc and Two Rivers.  Designed for bicyclists, walkers, joggers and roller bladers.
www.marinerstrail.net

Ice Age Trail

More than 12,000 years ago, glaciers sculpted a unique landscape across Wisconsin.  Discover this glaciation on the 1000-mile Ice Age Trail through Woodland Dunes Nature Center, along the upper East Twin River and into Point Beach State Forest for a beach stroll along the glacier’s major feature, Lake Michigan.  www.iceagetrail.org


Kewaunee County

Parallel 44 Vineyard & Winery

N2185 Sleepy Hollow Road Kewaunee, WI 54216
888-932-0044

www.parallel44.com
A Story in Every Glass. Ours is a generational story of a family’s passion for grape growing and wine making. Inspired by our fathers, we have planted a vineyard and built a winery where everyone can enjoy wines made in the handcrafted European style. Imagine our delight when we discovered our Kewaunee, WI vineyard and winery is poised on the same latitude as the great wine regions of Tuscany and Bordeaux (the 44th parallel). When you visit our vineyard and winery, the majestic view of our lush vineyard will have you believing you’ve stepped into a European postcard.

Von Stiehl Winery

115 Navarino Street Algoma, WI 54201
800-955-5208

www.vonstiehl.com
The road less traveled leads to the von Stiehl Winery in Algoma. An overwhelmingly positive staff will help you find your favorite among nearly 30 varieties from dry grape to sweet fruit wines! While visiting, tour arched limestone caverns which date back to the Civil War era. Offering a high quality product at a valued price makes von Stiehl Winery and absolute “must stop” destination.

Cold Country Vines & Wines 

E3207 Nuclear Road  Kewaunee WI 54216
920-776-1328
www.coldcountrywines.com
Located on 35 acres of gentle rolling hills in Kewaunee County, along Lake Michigan, lies a unique family-run vineyard and winery called Cold Country Vines & Wines.  Cold Country Vines & Wines produces some of the finest hand-crafted wine from cold climate cultivars.  Complimentary wine tasting, unique gifts and more.


Other Nearby Attractions

Door Peninsula Winery

Experience The Flavor of Door County.
5806 Highway 42 Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920-839-1515
www.dcwine.com
Visit our historic schoolhouse winery and enjoy guided tours and free wine tasting. Open daily at 9am year round. Door Peninsula Winery is well known for fruit and sweet/semi-sweet wines, like the award-winning Sweet Cherry, Razzle Dazzle Raspberry and Panacea Peach. Of recent, more people are becoming familiar with Door Peninsula’s premium grape wine offerings like the traditional styling of Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay. Wine produced by Door Peninsula Winery is often described as food friendly and palate friendly with a soft, light tannin finish.
~Complimentary wine tasting.

Renard’s Cheese

The last remaining cheese factory in Door County.
248 Cty S Algoma, WI 54201
920-487-2825

www.renards.com
Renard’s Cheese was established by Howard Renard. In the fall of 1961, he bought Rosewood Dairy and the family tradition of Renard’s Cheese began. Renard’s Cheese only offers you the finest selection of Wisconsin Cheeses that come with proper aging and curing.

Country Ovens

Home to the original Cherry De-Lite dried cherries.
229 East Main Street Forestville, WI 54213
800-544-1003

www.countryovens.com
Country Ovens, a family owned and operated business since 1987, is home to the Cherry De-Lite dried cherries- a Door County original. Cherry De-Lite is produced exclusively from the famous Door County Cherries, providing the best quality dried cherries. We invite you to come in and try our samples, we’re sure you’ll find them plump, chewy and tart with a De-Lite-ful burst of flavor.

Trout Springs Winery & Branch River Farms

Brown County‘s first Winery and Vineyard!
8150 River Road Greenleaf, WI 54126
866-687-9463

www.troutspringswinery.com
We are the state’s only licensed fish hatchery, plant nursery and winery all under one roof. This small company will open your eyes to what’s possible for self-sustaining enterprises. From the great wines to the myriad of sounds you’ll hear ranging from the scream of Peacock’s to the eerie cries of our Arctic Fox and the gracefulness of our swans, this is one tour you will remember for a lifetime. Days of operation from May through December are Wednesday – Sunday.
~Wine tasting and tour is $3.50 per person.

Bearcats

A must stop in the area.
295 4th Street Algoma, WI 54201
920-487-2372

www.bearcatsfish.com
Bearcat’s recently received national recognition by the Travel Channel and was featured on “Discover Wisconsin Choice Destinations” as well as the PBS shows “Taste of Wisconsin” and “Discover Wisconsin”. They are known for their quality fresh and smoked fish along with outstanding frozen fish and seafood.

The Flying Pig Gallery and Greenspace

N6975 State Highway 42 Algoma, WI 54201
920-487-9902

www.theflyingpig.biz
Set along the uncluttered shoreline of Lake Michigan, it is the owner’s mission to bring an amusing, inspiring and educational peek at art and gardens. We invite you to leisurely explore our indoor galleries, creative environment, sculpture gardens, display gardens and unique plant selections. Enjoy organic coffee or tea or sip a cold beer or fine wine as you peruse our eco-clectic environment. Carvings, stoneware and metalwork share a well-controlled chaotic presentation along with hand-painted furniture, fine jewelry, pottery, recycled art, paintings and concrete sculpture: The creative works of creative people. The Flying Pig works with regional, national and international artists.  Open on Sundays through October 30.  Visit the website for more info.
~The Flying Pig encourages loitering at No Charge!