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Rogers Street Fishing Village, Two Rivers

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  • Went to the Fishing village and museum. Small operation, but insightful. Docent was very knowledgeable of the areas history. This is no Smithsonian exhibit but it far from a road side rattle snake mus...  more »
  • Want to see how that fish you are eating at your favorite restaurant was caught, stop in at the Rogers Street Fishing Village and be sure to bring the kids and grandkids for a look into the past and n...  more »
  • Wonderful history of the area! Why don't they teach this in the schools? Very inexpensive ($4 per adult), personalized tour and self-guided. Appears to be growing with new building and many artifacts....  more »
  • This place is great! A lot of history and information! It was a really wonderful way to spend some time!
  • Great maritime artifacts, like the review and overload of information on every single piece. Loved to watch the old diesels run and again and ton of information about them.
  • This is a very historical part of Two Rivers. The fishing industry was a very integral part of the beginning of the town and brought the first settlers to the area. The museum has a tremendous amount to see both inside and out. A guided tour is available. There are artifacts from the Christmas tree ship the Rouse Simmons and the additional added building houses so much more that can be viewed.
  • This place is fascinating. Well-informed personnel and a director who's a walking encyclopedia make it the best value ($4.00? Come on!) I was there doing historical research and had an overload.
  • Great local museum.