The Wisconsin Maritime Museum engages and educates the public about the maritime history of Wisconsin and the Great Lakes, including Wisconsin's World War II submarines and USS Cobia, by collecting and preserving artifacts and archival materials, creating interactive exhibits, developing and implementing educational programs, and promoting research.
Open 7 days a week year ’round!
The museum is closed New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
Tours of the submarine are offered seven days a week, weather permitting, throughout the year. Tour times are approximate and subject to change.
Allow three to four hours to fully explore the Museum and tour USS Cobia.
Spring - Fall (Mid-March - Memorial Day, Labor Day - October)
Winter (November - Mid-March)
Note: Group tours are available anytime with advance reservations.
Rates include access to both the museum and USS Cobia submarine. We accept Mastercard, Visa and Discover cards.
The museum offers discounted admission rates to families, senior citizens, AAA members, World War II submarine veterans, and veteran service persons from any branch of the United States military. Active military members receive free admission with current ID card.
We are proud to participate in the National Blue Star Museums program which offers free admission to active military and their immediate families (spouse and minor children). This program runs May 21st through Labor Day.
Reduced rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Please reserve your group tour four weeks in advance. Please see Pre-Visit Information for more on group tours or to download a brochure. To schedule your tour, contact the museum at 920-684-0218.
Group Tour Rate:
School Groups (including home school families):
Overnight participants receive a guided tour and overnight accommodation on board the World War II submarine USS Cobia. In addition to undertaking various educational activities, participants enjoy special supervised access to some non-public areas of the submarine and admission to the Museum. Advance reservations are required. Visit our Overnight Education Program page to learn more.
Rates and hours subject to change.