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North America > United States of America > Midwest > Wisconsin > Northeast Wisconsin > Manitowoc

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. 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.

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  • Wisconsin Maritime Museum
  • Rahr West Art Museum
  • Lincoln Park Zoo
  • Wisconsin Maritime Museum.
  • Rahr West Art Museum.
  • Lincoln Park Zoo.

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Routes through Manitowoc
Green BayDenmark  N I-43.svg S  SheboyganMilwaukee
Stevens PointAppleton  W US 10.svg E  → Car ferry → Ludington
MadisonFond du Lac  SW US 151.svg NE  END
Ellison BayTwo Rivers  N WIS 42.svg S  SheboyganEND



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