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Arts and Culture

Sheboygan County is home to many art and cultural amenities. Below are just a few venues to illustrate the area’s commitment to the arts.

The Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts is listed as an historic landmark theater and provides a majestic performing arts venue for residents and visitors.

The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is a nationally acclaimed visual and performing arts complex located in downtown Sheboygan. The center supports a wide variety of educational programs, artistic displays, performing arts productions and hosts Festive Fridays.

Plymouth Arts Center is the premier art destination in Western Sheboygan County. The Plymouth Arts Center supports and encourages all forms of art and related cultural activities such as drama/theatre, music, dance, visual, education classes and is home to Gallery 110 North.


Wade House Stagecoach Inn & Wesley Jung Carriage Museum includes eight historical buildings, nature trails, picnic areas, famous carriage collection and museum, all in a designated National and State Historic Site. This is one of 10 Wisconsin State Historical Sites.

The Sheboygan County Museum complex includes four buildings that show Sheboygan’s history from 1850-1900. A recent addition of 20,000 square feet features seasonal displays, temporary exhibits, classroom and the museum store. Changing exhibits include Indian history, ice harvesting, maritime, circus, local sports, medical pharmaceutical, early agricultural and related trades.

Above & Beyond Children’s Museum has been operating from its three-story historic location on 8th Street for the past 10 years, enriching thousands of children’s lives with its variety of programs and events.

Sheboygan Theatre Company has a mission to produce quality community theatre involving diverse participants and audiences in a broad range of theatrical opportunities that entertain and educate. The Sheboygan Theatre Company’s season includes five shows and a show on the 4th of July. Sheboygan Theatre Company is one of the oldest and largest community theatre organizations in the nation, celebrating 75 years in 2010.

The purpose of the Aviation Heritage Center of Wisconsin is to foster knowledge in science, technology, engineering and math through the world of aviation and the history of Sheboygan flight.

Spaceport Sheboygan is a unique center housing a museum, simulators, planetarium, and robotics labs under the name the Great Lakes Aerospace Science & Education Center (GLASEC). The spaceport also runs the Rockets for Schools program and is a satellite NASA Educator Resource Center. Spaceport Sheboygan is more than just a name; Sheboygan is the Midwest’s only designated spaceport.

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