A strong sense of Lake Michigan’s vibrant past as a fishing and shipping hub can be found in Two Rivers. Still active as a deep-water sport fishing port, Two Rivers captures the spirit of its heritage in several museum-like attractions. It also takes pride in being the birthplace of the ice cream sundae – invented here in 1881. For a taste of that frozen treat, stop at the Washington House – part museum and part soda fountain. For outdoor relaxation and recreation, sweeping sand beaches line the city’s shoreline.
Rogers Street Days
August 07 - August 08
A museum fundraiser and community celebration featuring live music, smelt, burgers, brats, beverages, crawfish (on Saturday), kayak parade and games for kids. ...
Kites Over Lake Michigan
September 05 - September 06
The 10th Annual Kites Over Lake Michigan will once again be held at beautiful Neshotah Beach, Two Rivers, WI. This is now one of the largest kite festivals in...
Come for the music and dance, enjoy the food and shop the many vendors selling items from every continent. Join in the celebration beginning with the parade of...
Village Inn on the Lake
The Village Inn on the Lake is a comfortable oasis to everything on the lakeshore. Offering outstanding accommodations in our rooms, suites, and RV sites, and...
Rogers Street Fishing Village
Tour exhibits on the Great Lakes maritime heritage and family cultural traditions. Step inside a 1936 wooden fishing tug. Climb up Two Rivers' original 1886...
Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum
The only museum dedicated to the preservation, study, production and printing of wood type. With 1.5 million pieces of wood type and more than 1,000 styles and...