Above: Sheboygan, Wisconsin is the "Brat Capital" of the world.
Sheboygan, Wisconsin - The "Brat Capital" of the world.
Located on the western shore of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Sheboygan River, about 50 miles north of Milwaukee and 64 miles south of Green Bay, Sheboygan is the county seat of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin.
Sheboygan offers visitors miles of sandy beaches and historic B&Bs. On the south shore of the Sheboygan River, overlooking Lake Michigan is the beautiful Blue Harbor Resort and Conference Center that features an indoor water park, mini-golf and spa. The restored 1920’s Stefanie Weill Center for the Performing Arts is also located in Sheboygan, as well as the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
As the "Brat Capital" of the world, Sheboygan is home to Brat Days, an annual festival that usually takes place in early August. During Sheybogan's Brat Days, the Sheboygan Jaycees sponsor a 4 mile Brat Trot.
For more information on Sheboygan, Wisconsin, visit Wikipedia.
Or, visit the Sheboygan Area Tourism website at: www.visitsheboygan.com.
Or, a New York Times newspaper article on Sheboygan titled, The Meat That Made Sheboygan Famous
Above: Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Coordinates: 43°45′0″N 87°43′30″W
Above: Downtown Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Above: Team members of the Milwaukee Bucks that their shot at pronouncing Sheboygan.
Above: Clip from the movie Home Alone with John Candy playing a Polka King who had a big hit popular in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.