5608 Tenth Ave., Kenosha
Dinosaur Discovery Museum
Discover the link between meat-eating dinosaurs and birds. Featuring dramatic life-size dinosaur replica casts, bones and fossils, interactive exhibits, family programs, a real working on-site paleontology lab, and a gift shop. Free admission.
Stops include the McCarthy Transit Center
8th Ave. and 54th St., Kenosha
Five beautifully restored electric streetcars travel a 2-mile loop, providing a scenic tour of the Lake Michigan shoreline, HarborPark, two historic districts, downtown business district and the METRA train station. Stops include the McCarthy Transit Center, 8th Ave. and 54th St. Fare is 50 cents for ages 13 and older and 25 cents for 12 and younger. An all-day pass costs $2 and is available for purchase on the streetcar.
220-51st Place, Kenosha
Kenosha History Center
Museum on Kenosha’s harbor features the Yesteryear Gallery, the Rambler Legacy Gallery with changing Kenosha automobile exhibits, the adjacent Southport Light Station, and a gift shop with lighthouse and other mementos.
5500 First Ave., Kenosha
Kenosha Public Museum
Natural history, fine and decorative arts museum, offering classes, bus trips, special programs, events, and gift shop. Free admission.