It's hard to decide what to do on the weekends, and for that very reason, we have introduced our WeekTrend section. Here we will publish our recommendation on events, activities, food and other experiences that are can't miss opportunities. Instead of trying to figure out what to do each week, make it a point to check the "WeekTrend" activities.
- This weekend would be the time to get together with the family and enjoy the city of Plymouth!
Mini Golf at Tom & Jerry’s!
Take your pick of the TWO Mini Golf Courses, Shady Trails Mini-Golf Course (This 18-hole course is perfect for the whole family, with plenty of shade to keep you cool on hot summer days) or the Stoney Creek Mini-Golf Course (A bit more challenging, this 18-hole course has more twists and turns and angles than you can imagine!). Golf to your heart's content on either or both. Each is beautifully landscaped and will challenge the experienced golfer who wants to improve their short game, as well as those who just want to have fun!
Burn energy off at Stayer Park!
Head to Stayer Park (located behind downtown off of Stafford Street) to play at the new Stayer Park! Glide down the Zip Line, lay with the pig, climb the Water Tower and more! Pack and picnic and enjoy the family time!
Check out the newest exhibits at the Plymouth Historical Museum
Family members of all ages will enjoy visiting this free museum! Exhibits change often, so you never know what will be new from your last visit. Kids will have fun checking out the vintage toys on display in the the new Plank Road Exhibit on the lower level. This exhibit takes you back in time to circa 1867, and gives you a look into the P.H. Smith General Store, C. Pfeifer Apothecary, and Mrs. A. Scheibe Millinery.
- Looking for the perfect date night? Here are some ideas on what to do this weekend.
Take a Stroll in Historic Downtown Plymouth
Plymouth's Downtown has been added to the National Register of Historic Downtowns, and you will see why as you stroll hand in hand through it. Grab a Mural Map, start on one end of downtown and take in the beautiful art that you see!
Grab a drink at Plank Road Distillery
Continue your date by grabbing a locally made drink at the brand new Plank Road Distillery, Sheboygan County's only distillery! No need to book at tour. This distillery is located in the original blacksmith shop, and the still is located front and center behind the bar for everyone to see.
Dinner at PJ Campbells at the Depot
Authentic German dishes with an American twist.....located inside an old Train Depot! You will love looking at the old Plymouth photos on the walls. Start your date with a drink at the bar, and then move into the dining room. Share a large pretzel (seriously...this thing is massive and meant to be shared!), and then take your pick on your favorite German dish!
- Here are some great ideas to try some new things this weekend
Plymouth's downtown offers a great selection of antique stores, woman's clothing, flower/garden shops, book stores, a pet supplies store and more! Grab your friends and come explore the downtown area!
Check out the Downtown Murals
While you are shopping and checking out the downtown shops, grab a mural map of the downtown so you are sure not to miss any of these giant pieces of art work as you walk from shop to shop!
Stock up on local cheese
No trip to downtown Plymouth is complete without a stop at the Cheese Counter & Dairy Heritage Center! Here you will find fun interactives that tell the story of Plymouth's extensive cheese history...and why Plymouth is known as the Cheese Capital of the World! Order food at the cheese counter (mac & cheese, paninis, grilled cheese and more, all made with local cheese), shop, and purchase local cheese!