The Wisconsin Maritime Museum invites all people to connect with our waterways through inclusive exhibits, engaging programming, and a world-class collection.
Learn how to build and use underwater robots during this one-day camp.
Spend the night aboard our real World War II submarine! This special overnight is meant for small groups or families. Please see the Submarine Overnights page for more details or email email@example.com.
Watch a featured Smithsonian Channel documentary on a variety of topics on Smithsonian Saturdays.
Did you know archaeologists use robots to explore shipwrecks? Build and test your own ROV at the library.
Before the school year kicks off, we invite teachers to join us for a free drink with our Education staff.
Join education staff for an interactive storytime that is suitable for sailors of all abilities.
Join us on the roof deck for our 5th Annual Cigar Smoker with food, drinks, entertainment and more!
This camp will be focused on all things water. Field trips include the Collins Marsh, Woodland Dunes, Blue Rail Beach and the Manitowoc Wastewater Utilities! Campers will experience kayaking, fish dissection, invasive species, swimming and ending the week with a fish fry!
Our Saturday Learning Series presents lectures, workshops, movie screenings and more on a regular basis.
Sketch rarely seen objects from our collection with a teaching artist.
Explore the depths of our world-class maritime collections and archive.
Indigenous Water, the Museum’s latest pop-up exhibit, is a commitment to better amplify the stories of the first people on Wisconsin’s waterways – American Indians. The exhibit features a dugout canoe from the Menominee Indian Tribe Cultural Museum.
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