Kenosha Public Museum
The Kenosha Public Museum is a natural science and fine arts museum. The Museum boasts over 80,000 items in its collections including almost 1,000 works in the fine arts collection. Exhibits feature world cultures, zoology, geology, fossils and fine and decorative arts. See the woolly mammoth excavated in Kenosha County. Stroll through the Four Season Native American Village. Enjoy world class art. Children explore the arts and sciences in the Field Station, a popular hands-on activity area. Enjoy the gift shop, changing exhibits and free family programs and events. Classes, workshops, and bus trips offered. Group tours welcomed. Facility rentals available. Plenty of free parking.
Hours of Operation
Open Sun-Mon 12pm-5pm, Tues-Sat 9am-5pm. Closed Mondays September-February and Holidays.
Exit I-94 at Hwy 158. East on Hwy 158 (52nd St) to 6th Ave (lakefront). Turn Right (south) onto 6th Ave. to 54th St. Turn left (East) onto 54th St. to First Ave. and turn right onto First Ave. - 5500 First Ave.
- On Water
- Disabled Access
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