- The list below includes 72 free or cheap things to do in or near Egg Harbor, Wisconsin, including 31 different types of inexpensive activities like Ziplines, Art Gallery, Farms & Ranches and Art Museum.
- From Schartner's Farm Market to Wood Orchard, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Egg Harbor and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sturgeon Bay, Ephraim, Fish Creek and Sister Bay.
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Peninsular Agricultural Research Station, Sturgeon Bay, WI MoreLess Info
The Door County Master Gardeners design and currently maintain the Garden Door. Attractions at this public garden include a meditation tunnel, fairy garden, and outdoor double kaliedascope along with several benches for general relaxation.
Located along Lake Michigan, Cave Point County Park offers views of the lake along with underwater caves and limestone formations. The park provides picnic tables, grills, wooded areas, hiking trails and restroom facilities.
Located within the Sturgeon Bay Library, the Miller Art Museum is a museum that displays works and exhibits from artists of the local area and community. The museum contains over 600 different works that are from nearly 200 different artists.
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120 N. Madison Ave., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 MoreLess Info
The Door County Maritime Museum operates three different museums. The Sturgeon Bay Museum pays tribute to the area's commercial ship building industry, the Cana Island museum is the 1869 Cana Island Lighthouse, and the Gills Rock Museum telling the story of Dan Seavey and teaching the area's fishing history.
Bowling is just the beginning with Dome Lanes in Marinette, Wisconsin. With volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, darts, and billiards, visitors can enjoy any sport of their liking with a side of fantastic grill cuisine.
This seasonal cooking school is housed in the historic village school house built in 1879. It is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals; specialty events include culinary tours of France, Italy, China and Mexico.
The Stephenson Island Logging Museum is located along the Menominee River and provides its patrons a view into the lives of the area's pioneer families. The museum features exhibits with information on the history of the area's Indian culture, lumbering and logging industries, and old trading posts.