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John Michael Kohler Arts Center

The John Michael Kohler Arts Center presents a contemporary American art with an emphasis on craft-related forms, folk traditions, new genres and the work of self-taught artists. One gallery presents works from the Arts/Industry Program, which brings artists to work in studios within the Kohler Co. factory. Another gallery features interactive mediums for children. There are eleven galleries in all to explore.


JMKAC is a not-for-profit organization established in 1967 for aesthetic and educational purposes. Its mission is to encourage and support innovative explorations in the arts and to foster an exchange between a national community of artists and a broad public that will help realize the power of the arts to inspire and transform our world.



  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10am–5pm    
  • Tuesday, Thursday: 10am–8pm
  • Saturday, Sunday:  10am–4pm


Admission is free.


Gift shops and a café are available.


For information, please call (920) 458-6144.



Wade House Historic Site & Wesley Jung Carriage Museum

The everyday world of a small 1860s Wisconsin community comes to life at the renowned Wade House Historic Site, a scenic 17-mile drive from the Village of Kohler. Authentically costumed guides lead tours at the Stagecoach Inn, forge iron at the Dockstader Blacksmith Shop, and demonstrate the sawyered craft at the Herrling Sawmill, the nation's only working reproduction of a muley-type up-and-down sawmill. Visitors enjoy a relaxing horse-drawn carriage ride from the Wesley Jung Carriage Museum, featuring the state’s largest collection of horse-drawn wagons and carriages.

  • Open May 15–October 14
  • Monday–Saturday: 10am–4pm
  • Sunday: 11am–4pm
  • Daily admission

Located just off Highway 23 in Greenbush, adjacent to the Kettle Moraine State Park. 920-526-3271.




Kohler-Andrae State Park

The fascinating rolling sand dunes and unique wildlife make Kohler-Andrae State Park a must for outdoor-minded visitors. Located just 11 miles south of the city of Sheboygan on the shores of Lake Michigan, the park features all-purpose trails that range from 1.3 to 4.3 miles in length.