Originally the home to Judge Taylor and built in 1850's, the Sheboygan County Historical Museum features separate themes in each of its rooms. Also on the grounds is the Weinhold Family homestead, built in 1864. Furnished with original pioneer items, it is one of the few remaining log cabins in the county. The recently added additional 20,000 square feet will be used for permanent and changing exhibits, seasonal displays and the museum store. Exhibits include medical, maritime, and circus histories, local baseball, early agriculture and related trades, and artifacts and the history of local Native Americans. Open April through October.