Museums & Galleries
Above & Beyond Childen's Museum - (920)
A special place for children and their families. Above & Beyond Children's Museum is where play and education connect through exploration and discovery. A great place to hold birthday parties.
Aviation Heritage Center of Sheboygan County - (920)
At the Aviation Heritage Center of Sheboygan County experience the world of aviation. Stop in during regular business hours for a self-guided tour; contact us for a guided tour. Admission is free. Donations are appreciated.
Gallery 110 North - (920) 892-8409
Located in the Plymouth Art Center, this gallery has art exhibits of a wide variety. The Center also offers theatre, music, performance art, dance and more. Local, professional and national talent is booked for each of the Center's seasons.
Henchel's Museum of Indian History - (920)
The museum houses a collection of Indian copper, pottery and other artifacts dating back to 8000 BC. This archeological dig site is open Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Plymouth Historical Museum - (920) 893-1876
Take a walk in the past at the Plymouth Historical Museum. View the wonderful exhibits including a blacksmith shop and the Curtiss Vintage Clothing Collection. Check out the "Cream of Wheat Flour" mural on the east side of the museum. Local artist Debbie Karr recreated and painted the mural during the summer of 2009.
Sheboygan County Historical Society Museum - (920) 458-1103
The Sheboygan County Historical Society Museum collects and preserves Sheboygan County local history and through exhibits and programming, educates the families of today and the future.
Talking Tour of Plymouth - (920) 528-8015
Richard Baumann takes you on a personal "talking tour" of Plymouth! This hands-on, personal tour lasts approximately 1- 1½ hours. During the tour, you will be driven past some of Plymouth's most historic and interesting sites. Richard will drive your party in his vehicle (or yours, if you have a group larger than four). Call today for details, or to set up a tour.
Wade House - (920) 526-3271
Built in the 1850s by early settler, Sylvanus Wade, the three-story frame building was formerly a stagecoach inn. Many of the original early American furnishings decorate the house. Also on the grounds is the Jung Carriage Museum, featuring over 100 vehicles in one of America's finest carriage collections. The Wade House hosts the Civil War Reenactment on an annual basis. Site is open May thru Oct. from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily. Admission.