Attractions


It’s all about creating a memorable experience for you and the special people in your life. Door County has numerous attractions that are worth visiting. Listed below are just some of the attractions we have visited on past tours. When we create your tour, you choose the attractions that you want to visit.

 

 

Peninsula State ParkPeninsula State Park
Peninsula State Park spans over 3,700 acres and is a favorite destination for biking, with its woodland trails, sand beach, limestone cliffs and miles of shoreline. Home to the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse and American Folklore Theatre, the park is also a pleasant throughway from Fish Creek to Ephraim.

 


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Cave Point Kayaking
An opportunity to get up front and personal with the sea caves at Cave Point County Park.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Ridges SanctuaryThe Ridges Sanctuary
Hundreds of species of native wildflowers make their home in the oldest non-profit nature preserve in Wisconsin, The Ridges Sanctuary. Five miles of rustic bridges and trails wind their way through its 1,600 acres of pristine natural area. The historic Baileys Harbor Range Lights can be viewed from its trails.

 

 

 

eb-schooner-2Edith M Becker Schooner
This traditionally rigged and registered Tall Ship sails from the Sister Bay Marina into Green Bay, along cedar-covered shoreline, under limestone bluffs and past caves, coves and rocky shoals, while the captain recounts the history of the shipwreck Meridan and points out shoreline landmarks.

 

fish-boil-webFish Boil
What began as an economical way to feed hungry hoards of lumberjacks and fishermen has become a can’t-miss Door County experience. At just the right moment, the boilmaster adds potatoes, onions, then whitefish steaks, fresh from Lake Michigan, to a kettle of salted water over a blazing fire.

 

Boynton Chapel at BjorklundenBjörklunden
Its name means Birch Forest by the WaterBjörklunden occupies 425 acres of meadows, woods, and unspoiled waterfront on Lake Michigan. One of its gems is little Boynton Chapel, built 75 years ago in the style of a 12th-century Norwegian stavkirke church and resplendent with handcrafted furniture, frescos, and dragons.

 

Savory Spoon Cooking SchoolSavory Spoon Cooking School
Savory Spoon Cooking School, in Ellison Bay, is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, and its kitchen is professionally and beautifully appointed.

 

eagle bluff lighthouseEagle Bluff Lighthouse
The lamp of the historic Eagle Bluff Lighthouse at the northwestern tip of Peninsula State Park has remained constant for 142 years. The last lighthouse keeper moved out in 1926, and the lighthouse now operates as a museum, telling the story of the keepers and their families who lived there for half a century.

 

Peninsula Players TheaterPeninsula Players Theater
Peninsula Players Theater is America’s oldest professional resident summer theater. The new performance facility, located on the shores of Green Bay, is a popular destination for Door County visitors.

 

Edgewood Orchard Art GalleryEdgewood Orchard Art Gallery
Housed in a restored fruit barn, the Edgewood Orchard Galleries has become one of the Midwest’s most respected art galleries. 
Its  tranquil sculpture garden guides visitors through the woods and gardens surrounding the gallery. You will absolutely enjoy the art on display both inside and out.
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Segway Tours
Try your hand at segwaying  along a secluded quiet trail in the Door County Peninsula.

 

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Wine Tasting
Door County is quickly evolving into the “Napa Valley” of the Midwest.  There are a number of quality wine tours to experience by bicycle including Door Peninsula WinerySimon Creek Vineyard & Winery, and Stone’s Throw Winery.
AlJohnsons-SwedishRestaurantButik1Al Johnson’s Restaurant & Butik
Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant and Butik is an attraction that folks come far and wide to reach. Nearly everything in the restaurant is imported from Sweden, including the building’s wood and the servers’ traditional dress. However, their real claim to fame is the live goats feeding on the sod roof of the restaurant.

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Maritime Museum
Located in downtown Sturgeon Bay, this waterfront museum exhibits the area’s maritime history and a restored tug boat.

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