Members and employees of Corporate Fleet Members at Mackinaw level and above enjoy free museum admission and programs year round. For more information on membership, view our membership information page.
Friday-Sunday, May 16-18, 2014
Modelers from the United States and Canada will fill the museum’s Riverview Room with exquisite models for the weekend. A modelers’ symposium, roundtable, and outdoor r/c model pond, and banquet are all part of the festivities. Visitors can even vote for their favorite model!
Modelers who are interested in participating can download all registration materials.
For answers to your questions, call Wendy toll free at 866-724-2356 x 115 or email email@example.com.
A huge THANK YOU to all our sponsors:
Join us as we remember the crew of Wisconsin's State Boat, USS Lagarto. This ceremony will take place on the deck of USS Cobia and will include a possible engine start and ship's whistle salute. The ceremony is free and open to the public and can be viewed from the Quarterdeck.
A special Thank You to the Clipper City Chordsmen, Navy Reservists and Sea Cadets, AV Dynamics, and the local AmVets, American Legion, and VFW posts for your support!
Saturday and Sunday, June 6-7, 2014
Amateur Radio Operators will set up and operate radio equipment from various museum ships and museums around the world. This provides a means to remember and pay honor to veterans of all nations. Members of the Museum and the Radio Club consider it a distinct honor and a privilege to participate in this annual event. Visitors can see and talk with Amateur Radio Club NB9QV members on board the submarine this weekend!
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 6:00 p.m.
Join us for a panel discussion on invasive species in the Manitowoc County area. Our panelists will include Tom Ward: The Dirty Dozen Invasive Species in Manitowoc County; Jennifer Powell: Lakeshore Invasive Species Management Area and Jim Knickelbine: Restore the Shore. Learn how you can get involved as a citizen volunteer monitor right in your own backyard!
Saturday, June 14, 2014 1 p.m.
Mike Mair, author and presenter from Platteville, Wisconsin will share his research that started in 1995. He eventually gained the trust of the Japanese IJN veterans and became the first American that has had complete access to their previously little known story of the manned suicide torpedo Kaiten. You can hear his presentation and have him sign his newly released book which will be available in our museum store.
Join the Wisconsin Maritime Museum for a unique Halloween experience. Our 6th annual Maritime History Ghost Walk offers the chance to hear true Great Lakes tales with an eerie twist. The cost is $5 for Adults and $3 for children. Not recommended for children under 5. Cider and cookies are available before or after the walk.
After your Ghost Walk check out The House of Bathory just two blocks away!
Discover the wonders of water! Learn how water connects people all over the world. Be inspired to lead your family and friends as water advocates.
Games + Experiments + Snacks + Role playing + Time on a real submarine = FUN
These activities will help fulfill your “Love Water” Award requirements!
Cost: $5 per Brownie
Space is limited to 40 Brownies, so call right away to register: 920-684-0218 and ask for Karen (extension 105).