About Plymouth

"The Cheese Capital of the World"

Plymouth Wisconsin
The Cheese Capital of the World

Plymouth, WI is the second largest community in Sheboygan County and is the Cheese Capital of the World and ground zero for the Wisconsin Cheese Industry. It is estimated that 10-15% of the nation’s cheese is processed and sold from Plymouth-based facilities and makes the community the “Cheese Capital of the World”™. Plymouth has also been recognized as one of the best places to start a business due to its strong local economy.

Plymouth is a full service community that bridges the two major geographical landscapes of the area, a flat coastal plain and the hilly Kettle Moraine. Plymouth has an intact, historical downtown and is home to the County’s fair grounds that include equestrian and dirt-track racing. With strong agricultural roots, the area school district has strong programming in food science, engineering and advanced manufacturing to give local residents a one-of-a-kind education.

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Plymouth
Everything You Need.

Arts, Family, Business, Food, Sports & Cheese

Plymouth is the second largest city in Sheboygan County with vibrant downtown that has plenty to do. You can listen to live Irish music at the historic 52 Stafford Hotel, try a flight of beer at our local Plymouth Brewing Company brew pub, or try a local favorite, Antonio's Sports Bar and Nightclub that features great music and occasional comedy routines.

For art lovers, make sure to visit the Plymouth Art Center and Gallery art center to see collections of art from both local and international artists! There are several boutiques like Seranya Studios and Cassy Tully Art that feature works from local arists.

For shoppers our downtown area features local boutiques like Maggie's Closet and much more.

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The Cheese Capital of the World

Plymouth has so much to offer. Here are several links to help you discover what makes Plymouth Wisconsin an ideal destination!