5000 S 9th St, Sheboygan Wisconsin
The burial grounds of Indian Mound Park are located in the Black River area of Sheboygan
County, and were built by nomadic Indians between 500 to 1000AD. Indian Mound Park is fortunate to have 18 mounds in animal and geometric forms. The Open Mound Exhibit contains replica skeletal material and Native American artifacts. For the convenience of visitors, a walking path provides easy viewing. The park also features a boardwalk nature trail through wetlands featuring northern hardwoods and foliage, and rare plant species indigenous to Wisconsin.
Other History nearby:
(Oshkosh) Air Venture Museum
(Oshkosh) EAA AirVenture Museum
(Elkhart Lake) Elkhart Lake Depot Museum
(Elkhart Lake) Henschel's Museum of Indian History
(Sheboygan) Heritage School
(Cedar Grove) Het Museum
07/22 Coming to The Sheboygan area
Dairy State Cheese and Beer Festival Kenosha WI April20 This fun-filled event includes cheese from around the state of Wisconsin, some of the area’s finest beers and live music.
Montello's Fish-n-Fun Montello WI May3-5 Fly over the city in a helicopter, paddle down the Fox River like Marquette and Joliet in a guided canoe, munch on cotton candy between thrilling carnival rides, send the kids fishing with the pros on Montello Lake.
Beer Barons World of Beer Festival Milwaukee WI June1 Tired of beer festivals where you spend more time in line
waiting for a beer than you do tasting them?
Welcome to a small beer festival.
Harvard's Milk Days Festival Harvard IL May31-June2 Harvard Milk Days offers a weekend of fun for people of all ages. Events include a 2+ hour parade, carnival, food, fireworks, petting zoo and other animals, races, contests and entertainment.
Art on the Lawn Rockford IL June12 Always held on the second Sunday of June, Art on the Lawn features a wide variety of fine arts in many media: ceramics, digital art, drawing, fiber/paper, furniture, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, wearable art and more.
Antioch's Summer Summer Bazaar Antioch IL June15-16 The Faire have grown in size over the years to more than 140 booths of hand-crafted goods. Antioch's Faires attract crafters from all around the country. It's not unusual to meet crafters from California, Florida, Ohio, and the Carolinas.