Door County Historical Museum

Exhibits focus on early settlers, farmers, orchard growers and tourism. Aspects of town and county life are portrayed with attention to detail. One entire wing is devoted to the Pioneer Fire Company, housing restored vehicles and equipment. Children may sit on a 1912 Oldsmobile fire truck. New wildlife exhibit features native species.

Hours of Operation

May-Oct: Daily 10am-4:30pm.


The Door County Historical Museum is located on the corner of Michigan Street and 4th Avenue in Historic Sturgeon Bay. Parking is available along the street and at two public parking lots.

History/Heritage Type

  • Wisconsin History

Museum/Gallery Type

  • Historical

State Historic Sign Site

  • Yes