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Sturgeon Bay

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Sturgeon Bay

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The Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal Lighthouse is still operated by the U.S. Coast Guard.

Sturgeon Bay is a city in Northeast Wisconsin. With a population of 9,144 (2010), Sturgeon Bay is the largest city in Door County and serves as a gateway to the peninsula. This popular city is home to many hotels, restaurants and popular tourist attractions.

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  • Door County Maritime Museum, 120 N. Madison Ave., -1 920 743-5958, [1]. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Four galleries highlighting various aspects of Door County's maritime history. Tour of tug boat John Purvis, Adults $10 Children (5-17) $5 Children (4 and under) Free.  edit

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Downtown Sturgeon Bay.
  • New Leaf Restaurant, 229 Louisiana, 920 746 0660. 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Excellent foods. Organic. Vegetarian options. Gluten free bread. Non-dairy substitutions.  edit
  • Nightingale Supper Club, 1541 Egg Harbor Road, +1 920 743-5593. Dinner M-Sa, Closed Sunday. Steakhouse, Friday Fish Fry.  edit

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