Craving Culture? Hot for History?
Did you know that Fond du Lac was the first Wisconsin city to install electric street lighting? Yes, well that’s just a tiny taste of both the history and culture that abound in the Lake Winnebago Region. Seriously though, there is a broad sampling of fine art, folk art, art tours, historical architecture, nature centers, libraries, museums and more to captivate, educate and stimulate the lobes and synapses of your traveling brains.
Abler Art Glass is a contemporary gallery of creative concepts in glass with works by The Ablers and . . . more
Color is the name of the game at this contemporary quilt and yarn shop. Only the finest quality fabr . . . more
This self-guided walking tour takes you through Fond du Lac’s Downtown and North Main Street Histori . . . more
The EAA Aviation Museum—where your imagination takes flight! With a collection of more than 200 hist . . . more
The Fond du Lac Public Library supports a high quality of life through reading, lifelong learning, a . . . more
Nestled in the Kettle Moraine sits the Henry S. Reuss Ice Age Visitor Center. Learn about all the wo . . . more
The Historic Galloway House and Village is the centerpiece of the Historic Village District. Watch f . . . more
Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center, located on the south side of Horicon Marsh on Highway 28 . . . more
Featuring Abstract Painting, Decorative Pouring, Pottery, Sculptures and gifts. Indigo Gallery’s goa . . . more