About KenoshaWisconsin's southernmost Lake Michigan port, Kenosha was settled in 1835. The area maintains its historic charms with shaded residential streets, a nostalgic downtown with cobblestone walks and an authentic electric streetcar system. Nearly 90 percent of Kenosha's lakefront is dedicated to such public spaces as parks and beaches as well as museums, and the city offers an array of festivals, fairs and markets throughout the year.
Children will enjoy the life-size dinosaur replicas as well as the working paleontology lab at the Dinosaur Discovery Museum, 5608 Tenth Ave.; phone (262) 653-4450.
Visitor Centers Kenosha Area Visitor Information Center 10519 120th Ave. Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158. Phone:(262)857-7164
ShoppingBanana Republic, Gap, Guess, Nike and Polo/Ralph Lauren are just some of the nearly 100 stores that can be found at Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets, at I-94 exit 347 and SR 165.
Things to Do Bristol Renaissance Faire
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5708 8th Ave. Kenosha, WI 53140