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Maritime history is everyone’s history.

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The Wisconsin Maritime Museum invites all people to connect with our waterways through inclusive exhibits, engaging programming, and a world-class collection.

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Each year, the Wisconsin Maritime Museum inspires thousands of visitors with exhibits that tell the stories of the region’s maritime heritage and its priceless natural resources. We are home to more than 15,000 maritime artifacts and exhibits; the largest maritime museum on the Great Lakes; a nationally recognized Smithsonian Affiliate; and home to USS Cobia, a National Historic Landmark.

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Explore the depths of our world class maritime collections.

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Spend a night in USS Cobia. Programs & Events

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Blockquote Section. That includes a free tour of USS Cobia! We’re open all year round and located in Manitowoc, WI – conveniently placed 1 hour from Milwaukee and on route to beautiful Door County.

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Lots of maritime info and history about the Great Lakes and Manitowoc. Excellent displays in the museum and the WWII submarine tour is awesome. The tour guide was very knowledgeable. This Navy veteran had a good time.

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Lots of maritime info and history about the Great Lakes and Manitowoc. Excellent displays in the museum and the WWII submarine tour is awesome. The tour guide was very knowledgeable. This Navy veteran had a good time.

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Lots of maritime info and history about the Great Lakes and Manitowoc. Excellent displays in the museum and the WWII submarine tour is awesome. 

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Explore Our Collections

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At the Wisconsin Maritime Museum, there is something for everyone! Explore the streets of old Manitowoc and learn about Wisconsin’s rich shipbuilding history. We have exquisite ship models, ship engines, interactives, children’s play areas and a real WWII Submarine!

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Step back to the 1840s and learn how shipbuilding and shipping were some of the first industries in the newly-formed state of Wisconsin. Explore the streets of old Manitowoc where shipbuilders, sailors and traders walked more than 150 years ago. Learn how Wisconsin shipyards contributed to our nation’s growth during the 20th century and its defense during WWII by building ships and submarines in Manitowoc and northeastern Wisconsin.

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