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  • Arts & Museums

    »Anderson Art Center

    Historic French Tudor mansion that features the work of noteworthy local and regional artists.

    121 Sixty-Sixth Street
    Kenosha, Wisconsin 53143

    »Dinosaur Discovery Museum

    The accredited Dinosaur Discovery Museum opened in August, 2006, in a renovated 1908 Beaux Arts historic landmark in the heart of beautiful Downtown Kenosha. See the largest collection of meat-eating theropods anywhere. See life-scale replicas of Tyrannosaurus rex, Ceratosaurus, Gallimimus and much more. The Carthage Institute of Paleontology is a collaborative partner in the Museum and operate the on-site paleontology lab. Be sure to stop in the gift shop for a dino-souvenir and other great finds.

    5608 Tenth Avenue
    Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

    »Kenosha Public Museum

    Natural history and decorative fine arts museum with permanent and changing exhibits and special family fun programs.

    5608 Tenth Avenue
    Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

    »Kenosha History Center

    Local history of the Kenosha area, housing, exhibits, artifacts, documents and other items that preserve the history and culture of pioneer heritage in the area.

    6300 Third Avenue
    Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

    »Civil War Museum

    The accredited Civil War Museum opened in 2008 on a scenic lakefront campus in Kenosha. The 57,000 square foot facility covers American Civil War history. The Museum offers the enthusiast a chance to learn about the contributions of the Upper Middle West - Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, and Michigan - to the Civil War. Already acclaimed for their 15,000 square feet permanent exhibit gallery, "The Fiery Trail," which tells the stories of those whose lives were changed by the Civil War and how those people shaped the course of American history. This gallery showcases significant Civil War artifacts important to the regional and national Civil War story using life-scale, interactive exhibits, and audio and video technology. The Museum includes a veterans memorial gallery, resource center, archives and gift shop.

    5400 First Avenue
    Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

    »Power House, The

    The Power House is an interactive energy museum with over 60 hands-on exhibits.

    100 Shiloh Boulevard
    Waukegan, Illinois 60099

    »Golden Rondelle Theatre

    This is the starting point for the 35 minute tour of the SC Johnson Wax headquarters.

    1525 Howe Street
    Racine, Wisconsin 53403

    »Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts

    This very open museum hosts shows of emerging artists as well as those with national reputations. The museum hosts juried competitions as well as invitational thematic exhibitions.

    2519 Northwestern Avenue
    Racine, Wisconsin 53404

    »Racine Art Museum

    A fine art museum housing a variety of galleries focusing on crafts.

    441 Main Street
    Racine, Wisconsin 53403

    »Spinning Top & Yo-Yo Museum

    The Spinning Top & Yo-Yo Museum houses a collection of tops and yo-yos. The museum also undertakes spy hunts and makes live presentations to crowds. All the tours and programs conducted at the museum involves active participation from the visitors and winners are rewarded with prizes. They also house a gift shop inside the museum. Spinning Top & Yo-Yo Museum is a very interesting place to visit, especially with kids.

    533 Milwaukee Avenue
    Burlington, WI 53105

    »Great Lakes Naval Museum

    Artifacts, memorabilia, and photographs are on display to illustrate the exciting past of the Navy, and of Great Lakes in particular. Offering guided tours of Great Lakes Naval Training Center.

    P.O. Box 886307
    Waukegan, Illinois 60088

    »Cook Memorial Library

    Cook Memorial Library is located in Libertyville, Illinois.  It was built for contractor and politician Ansel B. Cook in 1878 as a Victorian house. Cook later donated this property to become a library. After Cook's death, the building received a major Neoclassical-style renovation, and was converted into a library, opening to the public in the year 1921. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on August 16, 2001.

    413 North Milwakee Avenue
    Libertyville, IL 60048
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