The Wisconsin Maritime Museum invites all people to connect with our waterways through inclusive exhibits, engaging programming, and a world-class collection.
Free admission with reserved ticket
An educational day for homeschool groups from across the state.
Staff from NOAA’s Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary will lead a Beginner Workshop from the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI). By participating in this Workshop, you will learn how to effectively frame climate change conversations so they are positive, productive, and solutions-focused. The Workshop will help you get grounded in the […]
Watch a featured Smithsonian Channel documentary on a variety of topics on Smithsonian Saturdays.
Are you brave enough to take a haunted tour of USS Cobia? $8 per person and includes indoor waiting!
Have a ghastly good time during this overnight stay on our ‘haunted’ submarine. Hear ghostly tales from the Great Lakes and perhaps leave with a hair-raising experience of your own…
This walking tour will focus on Great Lakes maritime people who lived and died right here in Manitowoc.
Enjoy a tasty meal and open bar while solving a crime on the high seas at this mystery dinner theater.
WMM Science Club will meet weekly. Prepare for experiments, competitions and lots of fun.
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.
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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