- TripBuzz found 30 things to do indoors in the Sheboygan area. From Sheboygan Visual Artists to Lakeshore Lanes, Sheboygan offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 44 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 29 different types of things to do inside in or near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, History Museums, Children's Play Area and Movie Theaters.
- There are 12 indoor activities in Sheboygan, and 18 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Kohler, Manitowoc, Port Washington and Elkhart Lake.
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102 E Pier Street, Port Washington, WI 53074 MoreLess Info
Blue Heron Artisan's Gallery offers a local artisan marketplace and features handcrafted products from Wisconsin Artists & Craftsmen. Products include paintings, drawings and wall art, home decor, candles, fashion accessories and jewelry.
Functioning as a small batch winery, Vines To Cellar provides visitors with wine tastings in their 8 person bar. Among these wines are red, white, blush, fruit, and dessert wines. Visitors receive a complimentary wine glass with their tasting.
Willie's Lakefront Lanes is a bowling alley that offers open bowling as well as a variety of tournaments and bowling leagues. The alley features electronic scoring and a snack bar, and hosts special events.
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101 N Freeman Drive, Port Washington, WI 53074 MoreLess Info
A traditional bowling facility, Harbor Hills Recreation Center offers open and league bowling with a pro shop. The center also provides summer volleyball leagues, private event hosting and a bar with adult beverages, pool tables and televisions.
Visitors can view a variety of farm equipment and other artifacts on display that represent the local rural farm heritage at the Historic Farm Museum. The museum features antique tractors, vintage tools, and room displays from an early 1900's farmhouse.
The Hamilton Wood Type Museum contains over 1.5 million pieces of wood type in over 1,000 styles and sizes with many pieces produced by the Hamilton Company. The museum also contains 1920s to 1970s advertising cuts and rare specimen catalogs.
Constructed in 1850, the Historic Washington House was a German immigrants hotel with most of the occupants working at the nearby sawmills. Known as the birthplace of the ice cream sundae, the museum serves over 18 different flavors, and visitors can tour 10 rooms with historic displays of early businesses.
The Bernard Swartz House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in a contest by Life Magazine to design a home for a typical American family. Although the design was modified and built in a different location, the house is a Wright creation where visitors can stay or tour.
West Bend Regal Ware Museum tells the story of two giants in the aluminum housewares industry. Both companies had a significant impact on the Washington County community and were instrumental in nationally shaping American consumerism and women's history.