Kenosha Public Museum

The Kenosha Public Museum is situated in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It is a dedicated museum for natural sciences and decorative arts. The museum was set up in the year 1933. Since then, the overall collection of the museum has grown more than 80,000. Some of the collections are known to include as many as 1200 works in the category of fine arts. There are some exhibit programming as well –including world cultures, mammoths, zoology, Native Americans, decorative arts, fine arts, fossils, geology, zoology, and so more.

The museum was situated at a renovated building of post office for around 65 years. Now, the building is home to the Dinosaur Discovery Museum. In the year 2001, the Kenosha Public Museum moved to the respective new facility at the lakefront in Kenosha. Here, the visitors get to witness the mesmerizing woolly mammoth that was excavated at the Kenosha County. Moreover, the visitors are also given the opportunity to go across the Four Season Native American Village. You can also enjoy world-class art. Children can go forward with exploring the sciences and arts in the Field Station of the museum –a famous hands-on activity zone at the museum.

The permanent form of From Curiosity to Science exhibition area was launched during February 2019. The museum allows you to be indulged in the journey of the major discovery from the Cabinet of Curiosity during the 1600s through contemporary museum displays. There are several changing exhibits, gift shops, and provision for free family events and programs. There is also the delivery of specific workshops and classes. School and adult group tours are also welcome. The parking facility is available for free –there is the presence of a separate parking lot and even street parking.


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