Gettin' artsy with it.
Art has always played a huge role in Sheboygan’s culture making it the perfect place to get your fill of art.
James A. Tellen created over 30 historic, religious and mythic figures within the woods surrounding his family’s summer cottage in the Black River area, featuring both life-size and miniature characters.
“Unforgettable,” “inspiring,” “magical and fun for our entire family,” and “my all-time favorite museum” are examples of how visitors talk about the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra is the oldest continually active orchestra in the State of Wisconsin, performing concerts since 1918, with the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts as their home.
The Sheboygan Visual Artists (SVA) organization blends an eclectic mix of the area’s art culture through a variety of mediums capturing intrigue and inspiration created by local artists.
The Sheboygan Project brings the street-art movement to Sheboygan, Wisconsin by using the urban landscape as a canvas for exciting works of art that reflect the city’s people and culture.
Visit the Wade House to experience what it was like when travelers and horses rested in Greenbush for a time and when life and business in the area bustled as the new town grew and prospered.
Just one of the many ships that are said to be at the bottom of the lake near Sheboygan, the Lottie Cooper was discovered during the construction of the marina and she has been re-assembled at Deland Park, right along the Lakefront.
Go back to the past and experience a classroom from 1876, from its old flap-seated desks to a properly attired schoolmarm prepared to hear the daily recitations of reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic.