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Historic Tours on the Vamonde App

Looking for something to do while your social distancing? Download the FREE Vamonde App (available on iPhone and Android) and discover self-guided historic tours you can go on in person at your convience, or right from the comfort of your couch! 


See the Sites. Dig into History. Explore Sheboygan County! 

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HOLIDAY MEMORIES & COVID - 19 UPDATES

To learn more about updates from Executive Director Travis Gross regarding closures and re-opening, and to read guidelines and regulations for visitors, click the link!
 
 
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Honoring Henry Jung

The staff, Board of Directors, and volunteers of the Sheboygan County Historical Society were deeply saddened at the loss of Honorary Board Member, Henry Jung. His dedication and service to not only our organization, but the community (and beyond) will be felt for generations to come. We extend our deepest condolences to all those who mourn Henry’s loss, especially his wife Eleanor, son Tom, and the entire Jung family. In the spirit of Henry’s love of history, his always supportive manner, and his joyful person, we share a few of our favorite photos, along with Executive Director Travis Gross’ comments at the time of Henry’s transition to Honorary Board Member in 2019.

Sometimes an organization is blessed with a person that goes above and beyond all expectations. I am overjoyed to acknowledge our newest Honorary Board Member who exemplifies this type of person. Mr. Henry Jung came to the Society in 1998 and within a few years became a Board Member, retaining a position on the board for 14 years. His thoughtful insights and knowledge have aided the Society in improving its operations and services to the community. Henry’s involvement, however, was not only as a Board Member.

Henry served on numerous committees including Budget, Financial Development, Endowment and Executive. Henry served as Chair of the Programming Committee for over ten years and was involved in developing the Society’s popular Third Saturdays programs. He was always present welcoming our guests during our programs. He was also instrumental in securing properties for our popular Historic Homes Tours. Henry’s skills as a fundraiser made sure our programming was always financially supported and still is today.

To honor a friend and another Society volunteer, Henry suggested and helped develop the Kenneth W. Conger Educational Endowment Fund. This fund is utilized to pay for one of the Society’s Educational Programming staff members. Henry’s thoughtfulness honored Ken’s legacy at the Society and cemented financial support for the Education Programs in perpetuity.

Thank you Henry for your over-the-top support of the Society. It was, and continues to be, an honor to know you and work with you. ~Travis

November 2020 Volunteer Spotlight - Lakeshore O-Gauge Railroad Club

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Help us continue to celebrate local history — and collect, preserve, and educate about Sheboygan County.

To collect, preserve and educate about the history of Sheboygan County.

Become a Member

As a Museum Member not only to you get FREE Admission to the Museum, your guests do as well! You also get an advanced heads-up on all Museum programs and Events, Four newsletters, a magazine and an annual report. Plus the best benefit of all, knowing that your membership contribution is used to help cover operational costs, provide for educational programs, the development and installation of exhibits, and the storage and preservation of collections.

Upcoming Events

The Museum is currently closed for in-person visitation.
A member of the Museum Staff is generally available onsite Monday-Friday between 9 AM & 4 PM. Please call ahead to ensure availability.
Sheboygan County Historical Society & Museum

Sheboygan County Historical Society & Museum

3110 Erie Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081, USA
museum@sheboygancounty.com
(920) 458-1103