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Natural History & Fine Arts Museum

Visitors Guide

Hours & Fees

Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm; Sunday Noon – 5pm

Closed Holidays:

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Good Friday, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day

The Museums may be open for special activities on some holidays.

Fees:

Admission to the Kenosha Public Museum is free. Groups should call 262-653-4433 to make arrangements for group tours.
>> See Group Rates at Group Tour Information

Accessibility:

The Museum is handicap accessible and visitors are welcome to bring their own wheelchair, walker, or other device. Service animals are welcome. The Museum has one wheelchair that may be checked out for use during your visit. Stop at the front desk for more information.

I Spy Activity

Find cool artifacts and interesting facts as you explore the museum. Print the KPM I Spy Activity to bring to the Museum on your next visit. Remember to bring a pencil. When you have found all the items, make up a clue of your own!

>> Kenosha Public Museum map

  Directions and Parking

Here are directions to get to the Museum:


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From the North:

Take I-94 to STH 142/Cty Hwy S. Travel east on Cty Hwy S/Washington Road to STH 31/Green Bay Road. Turn right on Green Bay Road and travel south to STH 158/52nd Street. Turn left on 52nd Street and travel east to 6th Avenue. Turn right on 6th Avenue and travel to 54th Street. Turn left on 54th Street and travel to First Avenue.

From the South:

Take I-94 to STH 142/Cty Hwy S. Travel east on Cty Hwy S/Washington Road to STH 31/Green Bay Road. Turn right on Green Bay Road and travel south to STH 158/52nd Street. Turn left on 52nd Street and travel east to 6th Avenue. Turn right on 6th Avenue and travel to 54th Street. Turn left on 54th Street and travel to First Avenue.

From the West:

Travel east on STH 158 to 6th Avenue approximately seven miles. Turn right on 6th Avenue and travel to 54th Street. Turn left on 54th Street and travel to First Avenue.

Parking:

Free parking for 230 vehicles is available on First Avenue, directly east of the Museum. Free on-street parking is also available in the immediate area