Culture, History, Historical Society, Natural History, Park, Specialized
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Historic House, Natural History, Specialized
At the bridge on Sturgeon Bay's west-side waterfront. Open daily. Features city's shipbuilding history, lighthouse exhibit, pilot house from working freighter, periscope. Gift shop with extensive collection of maritime books and gifts.
Don't miss the museum's extensive new exhibit entitled Freshwater Fury running May 24, 2008 through January 20, 2009. Also, tour the 149-foot tug John Purves located on the seawall in from the Museum beginning mid-July 2008.
Children's, Culture, General, History, Library, Military, Science, Specialized
Located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, at the site of the world’s largest aviation event (EAA AirVenture) the Museum is one of the most extensive aviation attractions in the world, a year-round destination for the entire family. Come and explore our world-class displays and galleries.
General, History, Specialized
Art, Children's, General, Specialized
Bobble over to the world’s only Bobblehead Museum. Featuring the largest bobblehead collection, exhibits, store, event space & more, the National Bobblehead HOF and Museum is fun for everyone! Not just for sports fans, the Museum also features movie, TV, pop-culture, vintage and thousands of other unique bobbleheads. Conveniently located in Walker’s Point near the 3rd Ward in Downtown Milwaukee.
Art, Culture, History, Specialized
What's new at the Museum you ask?
The Oneida Nation Museum is in its 33rd year of operation! Each year we install 2-3 new exhibitas so that visitors have something new to see. This year, we are showcasing a new exhibit on the Oneida's role in the world of Argicultural. Oneida's Agricultural Legacy: Our relationship with the Earth from New York to Wisconsin.
What do you call a sad cranberry? A blue berry! OK, so my joke isn't very good. But we use it when telling elementary students about Wisconsin's cranberry growing heritage. Wisconsin is the No. 1 producer of cranberries, growing more than half of the U.S. cranberry crop. Visitors to our facility learn all about Wisconsin's state fruit, from the days when Native Americans gathered fruit in the wild to today's unique growing and harvesting methods.