A sundae where sundaes began: the ice cream sundae at Washington House in Two Rivers.
A trolley service can run you around Sturgeon Bay, using the original Michigan Street Bridge (and original routes of Highways 42 and 57)
Shipwrecked Brewpub in Egg Harbor.
If you need to go at Shipwrecked, they have an illustrative way of pointing you in the right direction.
The Sheboygan River, lined with boats as the harbor with Lake Michigan nears.
The Michigan Avenue Bridge across Sturgeon Bay.
Approaching the Michigan Avenue Bridge in Sturgeon Bay, built in 1930 and for decades the only crossing to the “upper” Door Peninsula.
Highway 42 southbound comes to an end in Sheboygan, just west of downtown along 14th Street at Highway 23 – which has its east end at the same intersection. Continuing south, Highway 28 begins.