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Rogers Street Fishing Village, Two Rivers

(3.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Rogers Street Fishing Village is located in Two Rivers. To visit Rogers Street Fishing Village on your trip to Two Rivers, use our Two Rivers vacation trip planner.
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  • 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 »
  • I'm not really into fishing, but the ladies shared stories of shipwrecks that were quite interesting. Loved the little lighthouse and museum of shipwreck artifacts. My husband was enthralled by the st...  more »
  • they have some great items and displays however it is self guided and to much information is lost. Manitowoc Maritime is a much better choice for the dollar 
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  • 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.