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Peninsula Players - Offers a unique combination of beautiful surroundings, great plays, and wonderful actors.

Big Top Chautauqua - A year round non profit performing arts organization. LSBTC operates an intimate 780 seat capacity, all professional tent theater, producing and presenting a seventy-plus night summer season of concerts, plays, lectures, and original, illuminated historical musicals.

American Folklore Theatre - The mission of the American Folklore Theatre is to develop and present professional dramatic productions of a cultural and/or educational nature which will further the knowledge and appreciation of the heritage of the United States through creation, development, publication, and presentation in live or recorded form, of dramatic and musical works of art.

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf - A riot of color and pirate themes transport visitors from the work-a-day world into one of relaxation and beauty. Manicured landscaping, frolicking pirates, sunken ships and cascading waterfalls all await you. Visit soon and experience all that Pirate's Cove has to offer.

Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park - Brings to life the rich heritage of the fur trade area in the Folle Avoine (Wild Rice) region of northwestern Wisconsin. Costumed interpreters interact with modern-day visitors in an Ojibwe village and four traders' cabins, historic reconstruction's of 1802-1804 winter of the North West and XY Fur Trade Companies.

Snowmobile Hall of Fame & Museum - Dedicated to preserving and showcasing the rich and exciting history of snowmobiling at both the recreational and competitive levels through the operation of a museum, hall of fame and library for the sport.

Sturgeon Bay Museum - Experience the nautical history of Door County in this 20,000 square foot facility located on Sturgeon Bay's historic waterfront. Galleries offer exhibits on area lighthouses, shipbuilding, salvage operations, antique motors and marina history.

Rhinelander Logging Museum Complex - These buildings represent a true-to-life replica of a lumber camp of the 1870's, consisting of a bunkhouse, a cook shanty, and a blacksmith shop. It is the most complete display of its kind in the area, housing a collection of artifacts pertaining to the early logger.

Langlade County Historical Society Museum - The outstanding facility houses artifacts from the logging and Indian era, as well as, handmade and early agricultural woodworking and lumbering implements. It also contains one of the finest archives in the north woods complete with old scenes and pictures of the early days of Langlade County and the City of Antigo.

Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center - Your best adventures begin here! Entertain yourself at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center for an hour or an afternoon! This one-of-a-kind four-season facility welcomes explorers of all ages. See you on your next family vacation to Lake Superior's South Shore!

Little Sweden Resort - An all season resort surrounded by spectacular natural beauty and wildlife. Colorful wild flowers, quiet meadows, and enchanting woodland pathways greet you at every turn. Whether you want to go hiking, boating, golfing, or just relax and enjoy the surrounding tranquility, Little Sweden is your perfect Door County resort getaway.

Wildwood Wildlife Park - Home to over 500 animals and birds including; wolf, black bear, elk, bobcat, buffalo, deer, mountain lion, wallaby, coatimundi, emu, ring-tailed lemur, African spurred tortoise, eagle, birds of the world, and much, much more!

Birch Creek Music Performance Center - A unique summer music school and concert venue located on Wisconsinís beautiful Door County peninsula. For more than a quarter of a century, it has been summer home to outstanding young musicians and some of the country's top performers and music educators, who teach by day and perform by night in the rural campusí 500-seat concert hall.

St. Croix Festival Theatre - Offers a variety of plays throughout the year to make the arts welcoming to all people as an essential part of their well being and for the vitality of the community.

The Park Theater - Arts include, but not limited to, theatre, music, dance, visual arts, film, the written word and multicultural events. CHARAC and friends are stepping forward to preserve the Park's nostalgic look and taking the opportunity to create a performing arts center.

Lumberjack Village - Home to Scheer's Lumberjack Shows and the World champion lumberjacks as seen on Television. Within the complex, visitors can visit the Hayward Arena, The Lake Cafe, and eight individual Specialty Shops.

Cana Island Lighthouse - Walk across the rock causeway from the Door County mainland to the island. Step inside the keeper's house where, beginning in 1869, the first of a number of lighthouse keepers tended to the light which guided sailors and protected them from the dangerous shoals extending out from the island into Lake Michigan.

Northwoods Children's Museum - The Museum enriches lives and strengthens families. The Museum provides hands-on exhibits and programs that make learning fun.

Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum - The world's largest fishing museum includes a 5-story building shaped like a musky, hundreds of mounted trophy fish, a research library, 30,000 sq. feet of displays of antique and classic fishing artifacts, 500 outboards, 800 reels, 6,000 lures, hundreds of rods and varied fishing accessories. Video fishing theater. Boat and motor display building and six acres of landscaped grounds.

Lumberjack Steam Train - History comes alive when you ride the Rails of Yesteryear. Board the Lumberjack Special steam train to Camp Five. Discover logging lore at the outstanding Museum complex and Blacksmith Shop. Surrey through the forest. Take the Rat River Natural Wildlife Tour. Stroll the Ecology Walk and visit the Nature Center.

North Lakeland Discovery Center - Situated in the heart of Northern Wisconsin's Lakeland area, this multi-functional center's mission is to explore the region's natural, cultural and historical resources through recreation, field experience, study, discussion and display.

Superior Public Museums - Three Museums, One Heritage, Countless Stories. Tour the SS Meteor Whaleback, visit Fairlawn Mansion & Museum, as well as the Old Firehouse & Police Museum.

Madeline Island Museum - The original museum is four historic log structures that have been relocated and connected together. It includes the only remaining building of the American Fur Company complex built at La Pointe in 1835. Come explore the storied past of Madeline Island.

Christie Mountain Ski Area - This progressive terrain parks offer challenges for novice and expert skiers and snowboarders alike. Three of four parks offer rope tow service for fast accessibility.

Northwoods Wildlife Center - Just west of downtown Minocqua you and your family can watch and learn about wildlife in the northwoods.

Reclaimed Flambeau Mine Nature Trails - Built in partnership with the city of Ladysmith, the Reclaimed Flambeau Mine Nature Trails offer 4 miles of beautiful walking trails open from dawn to dusk. Trail maps may be found at the intersection of each trail.

Wilderness Walk Zoo - Feed the Deer, Learn About Animals, Play with the Baby Animals, Eat at the Cafe, Stroll Through the Woods, Bring a Picnic, Tour the Mystery House, Bring Your Camera, Pan for Gold, Visit the Farmyard, Conquer the Maze, and more!

Theatre On the Bay - Located on the campus of the University of Wisconsin at Marinette. Come enjoy some spectacular renditions of your favorite plays and musicals!