Plymouth is the second largest community in Sheboygan County and is the Cheese Capital of the World and ground zero for the Wisconsin Cheese Industry. It is estimated that 10-15% of the nation’s cheese is processed and sold from Plymouth-based facilities and makes the community the “Cheese Capital of the World”™. Plymouth has also been recognized as one of the best places to start a business due to its strong local economy.
Plymouth is a full service community that bridges the two major geographical landscapes of the area, a flat coastal plain and the hilly Kettle Moraine. Plymouth has an intact, historical downtown, home to many antique and boutique shops. Along the downtown are also 25 murals that tell the history of Plymouth through these beautiful paintings. Plymouth is home to the County’s fair grounds that include equestrian events and dirt-track racing. With strong agricultural roots, the area school district has strong programming in food science, engineering and advanced manufacturing to give local residents a one-of-a-kind education.
Plymouth Visitor Center
647 Walton Drive, Plymouth