Wreck of the Lottie Cooper
89-ft. section of the Lottie Cooper, a Great Lake schooner that capsized off Sheboygan in 1894.
Capsized Vessel / The Remains of a Massive Lumber Schooner
Historical landmark & the remains of a 3-masted schooner that capsized in 1894 during a storm.
Revolutionary War Veteran (David Waldo)
Marker with the story of David Waldo, a Revolutionary War veteran who survived British attack.
Wisconsin's Maritime Trails: Historic Shipwreck: Schooner Gallinipper
Indicator of the intact, upright wreckage of a historic commercial wooden schooner, sunk in 1851.
Historical marker indicating the location of an early Seils-Sterling circus performance.
Sheboygan County Historical Museum
The Sheboygan County Historical Museum is located on the grounds of Taylor Park on the city’s west side.
Sheboygan Indian Mound Park
Effigy Burial Grounds, unique in the world, are found primarily in southern Wisconsin. Sheboygan is fortunate to have one of the sites containing 18 of them in animal and geometric forms.
Sheboygan County's Most Historic Spot: Esslingen Park
This spot, four miles from the mouth of the Sheboygan River, marks the location of the first white settlement in Sheboygan County.
Old Wade House State Park
The Wade House, one of the earliest stage coach inns in Wisconsin, is the major unit in this historic restoration carried out by The Kohler Foundation.
The "Phoenix" Tragedy
On November 21, 1847, one of the most tragic shipwrecks in Great Lakes’ history occurred five miles off Lake Michigan’s shore within sight of this location.