Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Sheboygan offers an alluring mix of sandy beaches, historic B&Bs, luxurious spas, and the majestic Blue Harbor Resort and Conference Center. Visitors can explore three unique shopping areas – the South Pier Peninsula, the Riverfront Shanty Shops on the Boardwalk, and downtown Sheboygan. The city is home to the magnificently refurbished 1920’s Stefanie Weill Center for the Performing Arts, as well as the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, nationally recognized for its collections of folk and vernacular art.
The Sheboygan/Kohler area is Wisconsin’s premier golf destination. Whistling Straits, host to the 2004 PGA Championship and 2007 US Senior Open, and Blackwolf Run are both part of the five-diamond American Club complex.
Johnsonville Brat Days
August 04 - August 06
The "Sheboygan Jaycees present Johnsonville Brat Days" is the traditional king of Sheboygan's summer festivals which benefit local charities. This annual event...
Photography and the Scientific Spirit
October 25 - February 14
When the camera was invented in the nineteenth century, it was believed to be a machine that, in part, produced an empirical form of pictorial representation...
Rhinestone Cowboy Conservation Lab
December 06 - December 31
Aiming to style himself as a singing “rhinestone cowboy” modeled after Glen Campbell’s song, Loy Bowlin of McComb, Mississippi, became the maker of a...