Other Local Attractions

Above & Beyond Children's Museum

Above & Beyond is a hands-on learning and discovery center designed to provide fun, interactive exhibits that complement formal education. The museum strives to promote family and community interaction through the learning process. This non-traditional learning environment encourages exploration, stimulates creativity and motivates visitors to participate in a lifelong learning adventure.
Admission is $5 per person (ages two and up). Open Monday through Friday 10am-5pm; closed Sundays and all major holidays. For information, please call 920-458-4263.

Wade House Historic Site & Wesley Jung Carriage Museum

The everyday world of a small 1860s Wisconsin community comes to life at the renowned Wade House Historic Site, a scenic 17-mile drive from the Village of Kohler. Authentically costumed guides lead tours at the Stagecoach Inn, forge iron at the Dockstader Blacksmith Shop, and demonstrate the sawyered craft at the Herrling Sawmill, the nation's only working reproduction of a muley-type up-and-down sawmill. Visitors enjoy a relaxing horse-drawn carriage ride to the Wesley Jung Carriage Museum, featuring the state’s largest collection of horse-drawn wagons and carriages. Open May 15–October 15, 10am–5pm. Daily admission. Located just off Highway 23 in Greenbush, adjacent to the Kettle Moraine State Park. 920-526-3271.

Sheboygan County Museum

This museum complex features an 1850s stately brick building that was the home of well-known Sheboygan resident Judge David Taylor. Other historic buildings on the grounds include the 1864 Weinhold Family Homestead, the 1890s Schuchardt Barn filled with rural agricultural displays and the 1867 Bodenstab Cheese Factory. The main building features changing exhibits such as Indian history, ice harvesting, maritime, circus, local baseball, medical and early agriculture.
Open 10am-5pm Tuesday through Saturday; 1-5 pm Sunday; closed Monday. Also open Thanksgiving Day through December on weekends for Holiday Memories exhibits. Admission.
For more information, please call 920-458-1103.

Lottie Cooper

The Lottie Cooper is a three-masted schooner that capsized in 1894. Her remains were discovered during a harbor floor survey project and reassembled at Deland Park. The Lottie Cooper is one of 62 ships known to be lost off the Sheboygan Harbor. Self-guided tours available.
For more information, please call 920-458-2974.