Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
This old harbor town was settled in 1835 as a logging center and is the gateway to the peninsula — Northern Door. Three historic districts, century-old lighthouses, and museums reflect its legendary maritime heritage. Go on a boat tour!
Points Of Interest
An old-fashioned downtown. Wood buildings with tin facades are home to restaurants, pubs, gourmet shops, and boutiques.
Old stone buildings with big windows create a picturesque main street. Restaurants, antique shops, confectioneries, and boutiques.
Harvest Fest and Street Art Auction
Usher in the spirit of autumn on Third Avenue starting at 9am. Classic car show, craft show, food booths, in-store specials, “Tapping of the Firkin”, stein-holding contest, live entertainment. “Cherries Jubilee” Street Art Project all day at Martin Park. (Sept. 16)
Classic and Wooden Boat Show
Family-friendly day of entertainment, food, kids’ activities, plus Classic & Wooden Boats on Sturgeon Bay’s West Waterfront, a partnership with Door County Maritime Museum. Bloody Mary Social on August 7, watch homemade boats in Sikaflex Challenge. (Aug. 4-6)
Bass Around the Bay
The Street Art Project is a unique collaboration of art created to beautify the streets of Sturgeon Bay. This year, we have a brand-new project template: a bass. They are display for the thousands of visitors and locals to enjoy.