The Wentorf Photo Collection provides a firsthand look into the visual history of Two Rivers.
City Manager Greg Buckley: “Our community had its origins on the water…and we are ‘turning our face back to the water’ as we pursue community redevelopment and renewal. Our Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast has some great stories to share with the rest of the world…”
City Manager Greg Buckley spoke with Local 5 Live along with Council President Curt Andrews with a rundown of all things Two Rivers and how your family can join in on the fun!
Sundae Thursday Two Rivers Central Park 1717 E Park St, Two Rivers Celebrate the birthplace of the ice cream sundae! Entertainment for kids, sundaes for a quarter, an ice cream […]
Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve contains over 1,500 acres of hardwood & conifer forests, wetlands, and prairies located in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, with 7 miles of hiking trails to enjoy.
The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum is open and ready to welcome you back inside! Hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Check out upcoming in-house and virtual events!
LondonDairy truly is a full-spectrum agri-tourism enterprise. A wistful Kevin reflects, “I think Great Grandpa Joe would be very impressed.” LondonDairy Alpacas continues to honor the past history of more than 125 years, but also keeps embracing the future.
Rogers Street Fishing Village and Great Lakes Coast Guard Museum exhibits an 1886 historic lighthouse, shipwreck displays and artifacts, and of course our commercial fishing exhibits.
Want to take a dive into Two Rivers history? We are defined by the lake and our rivers. Explore the deep history–the Potawatomi and Menominee, the arrival of the French Canadian fishermen, shipwrecks, and the Hamilton Manufacturing Company.