Area Attractions

Recreation

Museums

Shawano Heritage Park 

The site of Shawano County's first sawmill built in 1843. Five museums include the Kast House built on site in 1871, schoolhouse built in 1895, reconstructed 1800's log cabin, 1930's limestone building, and "Oil House" now an agricultural museum. Operated by the Shawano County Historical Society, 524 N. Franklin St., Shawano). Museum open Thurs. 1:30-4:30 pm, Sat. 9:30 am-noon, or by appointment June, July and Aug.

Menominee Indian Tribe Cultural Museum and Logging Camp 

State Road 47 & County Road VV   The museum is open Monday through Friday 8-4:30; the logging camp is open Monday through Friday, 9am, with the last tour starting at 3pm.   The logging museum has the largest collection of logging artifacts in the world.  Tours are given on Saturday with advance request.

Navarino Nature Center

Located 10 miles south of Shawano in the Navarino Wildlife Area

Heritage Hill (Green Bay)

Visitors are invited to explore historic buildings representing various periods of Northeastern Wisconsin's rich heritage and interact with interpreters who bring their bygone era to life.

Doc's Classic Car & Cycle Museum

Muscle cars, old cycles, etc. located inside Doc's Harley Davidson of Shawano Country Inc.

Arts

Mielke Arts Center

Walls of Wittenberg

Come savor the visual feast waiting just for you in the village of Wittenberg! Brightly colored murals adorn the exterior walls of the downtown businesses. It's year round beauty for you to enjoy!

Shawano County Barn Quilts

Miles of Art (1st weekend in October)