- Our list of the best things to do in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, features the top 27 nearby activities — including 10 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Two Rivers, WI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Two Rivers, WI , followed by 17 popular activities in nearby cities, including Manitowoc and Kohler
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The paved 5.5 Mariners Trail runs along the shore of Lake Michigan connecting Manitowoc with Two Rivers, and visitors can continue with the Rawley Point Trail, a seven-mile trip through Two Rivers and Point Beach State Forest. Together the Mariners Trail & Rawley Point Bike Trails is 12.5 miles long.
The 3,000 acre Point Beach State Forest offers visitors the chance to camp. Visitors can also hike on 17 miles of trails, bike on 5 miles of trail, enjoy 6 miles of sandy beachfront, explore the Rawley Point Lighthouse, fish in Lake Michigan, hunt, trap, snowmobile, and ski.
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.
At the Rogers Street Fishing Village, visitors can tour five historic buildings. Visitors can see a 1936 wooden fishing tug BUDDY O, fishing sheds, an antique Kahlenberg Marine Oil Engine, Great Lakes Coast Guard Shipwrecks exhibit and climb the 1886 Two Rivers' North Pier Lighthouse.
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.
Featuring horror themed rooms, Splatter Haus is a haunted house during the Halloween season that visitors can explore. The house has actors dressed up in costume that are ready to scare visitors around every corner.
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.
A 20-lane bowling facility, Rudy's Lanes features open bowling and private event hosting with shoe rental. The center offers arcade game machines, cosmic bowling and an event room as well as food, drinks and adult beverages.