What is Kohler's cultural scene like?

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The cultural scene around Kohler, Wis. is surprisingly robust for a small town, thanks to the generous Kohler family's influence; but for visitors from Chicago and other major cities, the offerings will seem limited. One worthy cultural point of interest is the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan, which hosts contemporary art exhibits and performing arts shows, but is best known for its stunning mosaic urinals in its men's restroom.

For classic films and live performances, the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts in Sheboygan regularly presents cooking shows, comedians, plays, dance and more. The Sheboygan area also hosts a number of festivals, including the Midsummer Festival of the Arts, while The American Club resort hosts annual events such as the Kohler Food & Wine Experience and the Kohler Festival of Beer.

The cultural scene in Kohler includes: Wonderful dining experiences ranging from the formal European style of the Immigrant Room to the more rustic, cozy atmosphere of the River Wildlife Lodge where the menu changes weekly with the freshest of local ingredients and game. Museums such as the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Walderhaus, and Kohler Design Center are all great. Many festivals held throughout the year include Taste of Italy, Kohler Beer Festival, Food and Wine Experience, and Harvest Days.

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