Manitowoc

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Manitowoc is a city in Wisconsin.

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Interstate 43 from Green Bay and Milwaukee, US-10 from Appleton and Ludington (via car ferry, see below), and US-151 from Fond du Lac.

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  • S.S. Badger, [1]. Carries US-10 traffic across Lake Michigan from Ludington to Manitowoc. Passengers traveling by vehicle must pay a fare for both the vehicle and the passengers in it. Passenger fares (one-way/return): $74/$121 adults, $67/$109 seniors 65+, $29/$49 children 5-15, free for children under 5. Vehicle fares (each way): $77 cars, vans, SUVs, and pickup trucks, $86 pickup campers, $5.50 per foot RVs and motorhomes, $38 motorcycles, $6 bicycles. Extra fare charged for trailer extensions and sidecars.  edit

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  • What The Lock?, 1130 Washington Street (Corner of Washington St. and 12th St.), 9207170362, [2]. Th 2-10, Fr/Sat 11-10, Su 11-6. What The Lock? is an escape room venue with 3 different experiences. It is a physical and mental adventure game where you will be 'locked' inside for a designated amount of time (typically 60 minutes) while you and your team try to figure out how to escape. The rooms wmay contain clues, trap doors, and hidden items. Each room is themed and has a unique storyline that engages the players through their environment. 29.95.  edit


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Routes through Manitowoc
ENDGreen Bay  N noframe S  SheboyganMilwaukee
Stevens PointAppleton  W noframe E  → Car ferry → Ludington
MadisonFond du Lac  SW noframe NE  END



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