Wisconsin Maritime Museum
This Smithsonian Affiliated museum features the nations most fully restored World War II submarine. This is your opportunity to operate a real steam engine, time-travel back to a 19th century shipbuilding town and let the kids sail their own boat in the Children's Waterways room-all at the largest maritime museum on the Great Lakes.
Hours of Operation
Spring (Mid Mar-June): 9am-5pm, Summer (July-Aug): 9am-6pm, Fall (Sept-Oct): 9am-5pm, Winter (Nov-Mid Mar): Mon, Thur, Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 9am-4pm. (Closed Tues-Wed in winter)
I43 to Exit 149, Hwy 151. Turn right (east) and follow the Hwy 151 signs to 8th St (approx 5 miles). Turn left (north) and cross the 8th St bridge.Turn right (east) on Maritime Dr.
- On Water
- Disabled Access
State Historic Sign Site
- Military Heritage
- Wisconsin History
- Transportation Heritage
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