Complete your Scenic HWY 42 adventure with these additional attractions!
A few more attractions that are right on or very near HWY 42. Enjoy!
- Manitowoc Lincoln Park Zoo Right off of HWY 42, the zoo is a great place for the family to spend an afternoon.
- West of the Lake Gardens Six and one-half acres consists of ten individual and distinct gardens located right on 42 (Memorial Drive). Open May through early October, 10AM to 5PM seven days a week weather permitting. Social distancing guidelines will be in effect. Free admission.
- Spirit of the Rivers Monument Located right on HWY 42 (Memorial Drive) along Mariners Trail, this bronze sculpture celebrates the culture and history of the earliest inhabitants.
- World’s Tallest Grandfather Clock The clock is a 36 foot tall Colonial-style redwood grandfather clock built in 1976. Always open. This roadside attraction is right on HWY 42 in Kewaunee across from Port O’Call restaurant.
- Alaskan Golf Course This 9-hole course is just the right size for a relaxing morning or afternoon of golf. Located about halfway between Kewaunee and Algoma, HWY 42 goes right through it!
- Works Progress Administration (WPA) Staircase Constructed in 1939-40, the WPA stairs are right on HWY 42 at the south end of Crescent Beach next to the Algoma Fire & Rescue Memorial . The stairs begin at the top of a grassy bluff and end in a cedar lined path that leads to the sandy shore of Lake Michigan.
- Algoma Fire & Rescue Memorial Located right on HWY 42 just south of the Algoma Visitor Center, the Memorial lists pays tribute of all the men and women who have voluntarily given their time, to keep Algoma safe since 1874.
- von Stiehl Winery One and a half blocks east of HWY 42 is Wisconsin’s oldest licensed winery housed in a historic civil war era building that includes an outdoor terrace overlooking the Ahnapee River.
- Walldog Murals Take a leisurely stroll through Algoma and view the Walldog murals, including several right on HWY 42 (4th St.) as well as the self-guided historic walking tour.
Stroll the riverwalk to Lake Michigan or check out Manitowoc's 8th Street Historic District.
A community defined by water where the scenic East & West Twin Rivers meet at a sandy point extending into Lake Michigan.
Experience some of the best fishing on Lake Michigan, take a stroll through the Marquette Historic District, or relax on the beach.
Reel in the big one on Lake Michigan, stroll the sand beach & boardwalk, or relax with a glass of wine after a day of shopping.