Museums in Kenosha, WI

Find museums in Kenosha, WI. Listings include Kenosha Public Museum, Kenosha History Center, Dinosaur Discovery Museum, Kemper Center, Inc., Anderson Arts Center and Victorian Gothic and Steampunk Magazine. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 06/24/19
    Title: Allen Tannery parade float Creator: N. R. Allen Sons Company Date: 1915-06-24 A side view of a float by the N. R. Allen’s Sons Company for the Kenosha City Centennial Parade on June 24, 1915...
    > Kenosha History Center
  • 06/23/19
    On this day in history (June 23, 1868) Christopher Lathom Sholes received a patent for the "Type-Writer". We are lucky to have an early Sholes Visible Type-Writer on display in our Yesteryear Gallery...
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  • 06/21/19
    Construction of the Rhode Opera House. Photo taken June 21, 1927. #KenoshaHistory #RhodeOperaHouse Lakeside Players
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  • 06/21/19
    Here's a very cool article. Was the '57 Rebel the first muscle car? Full-size engine in a mid-size body? Second only to the Corvette in acceleration in Motor Trend tests? Sounds like it to us. It...
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  • 06/20/19
    Great shots of lighthouse by VIEW from ABOVE - Wisconsin capturing one our "Light the Lights"! To honor a special occasion, birthday, or in memoriam, the Kenosha History Center and Southport Light St...
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  • 06/19/19
    What is Juneteenth? Smithsonian does a very good job briefly explaining the historical context and significance of the day. It celebrates the day that America lived up to its own ideals. A day which ...
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  • 06/18/19
    MARK YOUR CALENDARS... We are pleased to announce the return of RG (Radiogirl) Productions to the museum's Rambler Gallery for a special presentation of "Treasure Island"! The show will take place o...
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  • 06/15/19
    On June 15, 1912, the Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha electric railroad sent its first car into Kenosha, stopping at Market Square. The car shown here is, without much doubt, one of the first cars. This...
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