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Educational Partnerships

We strive to provide an excellent educational experience that dovetails with other educational organizations throughout Door County. Our tour content is the result of generous contributions from local residents and the following organizations. Please investigate and visit these wonderful organizations to gain additional insights into the rich diversity of knowledge that they offer!


A preeminent cultural and educational resource for the preservation and stewardship of regional maritime history.


115-acre preserve offering experiential learning focused on science, history, and the environment.


The Door County Historical Society strives to collect, maintain, and share the history and heritage of Door County through preservation, education, and programming. The society operates two interpretive sites: Eagle Bluff Lighthouse in Peninsula State Park and the Heritage Village at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay.

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Built in 1939, the Door County Historical Museum has been educating locals and visitors alike about the rich history of Door County, Wisconsin for over 80 years. With a knowledgeable and friendly staff, innovative displays and the deepest collection of Door County artifacts in the world, it’s not hard to see why the Museum was named one of the Chicago Tribune’s “Best Small Museums in the Midwest.”


One of the Midwest’s premier conservation organizations, preserving, maintaining and enhancing lands that contribute significantly to the scenic beauty, open space, and ecological integrity of Door County.


1,600-acre nature preserve and land trust in Baileys Harbor listed as a National Natural Landmark, Important Bird Area and Wisconsin State Natural Area.


34 acres of pristine land with hiking trails, wildlife viewing and resident birds of prey, offering a unique combination of environmental and wildlife education.


Dedicated to preserving and enhancing Wisconsin’s most complete state park with the vision of a park for all people—a beautiful and vibrant place where visitors of all interests, backgrounds, and abilities can enjoy the natural beauty and spiritual benefits of the great outdoors.

logoSupporting the preservation, restoration, maintenance, and contemporary use of the historic resources on Plum and Pilot Islands, and conserving and protecting wildlife resources, while providing opportunities for quality wildlife-dependent recreation.


Working with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.

Fundraising Partnerships

If you would like to partner with Shoreline Boat Tours to advance the mission & vision of your organization please contact us.

Current Partnership Events:

  • Door Peninsula Lighthouse Festival with Door County Maritime Museum
  • Door County Festival of Nature with The Ridges Sanctuary
  • Rotary International: Working Waterfront of Sturgeon Bay

Classic and Wooden Boat Show with Door County Maritime Museum: History of Shipbuilding