Kenosha Public Museum
Programs & Events
Youth programming at the Kenosha Public Museum is specifically designed for children to explore topics of Natural History, Science, Social Sciences and the Arts in a safe and welcoming environment without requiring the presence of their parent or guardian. These programs require registration, often require a fee, and are grouped by the specific age ranges of the attendees. Please select a specific program to learn more.
- Spring Camps – dates coming soon!
- Summer Camps
Family programming at the Kenosha Public Museum is designed to encourage a multi-generational audience to experience the museum together. Families with young children are welcome to attend these programs and require a parent or guardian to be present. These programs vary in cost, many are free but may require pre-registration. Please select a specific program to learn more.
- Artsy Afternoons
- Girl Scout Public Programs
- Museum Munchkins
- Sensory Days
Special Events are programs that happen just once a year. Some are family programs that require a parent or guardian, and some are more intended for adult audiences. Please select a specific program to learn more.
- Women in STEM
- Museum Crawl
- International Holiday: A Cultural Christmas Celebration