The Civil War Museum
The Civil War Museum showcases the history of the Civil War from the perspective of seven Upper Midwest states through use of interactive exhibits and artifacts. View the award-winning 360° film “Seeing the Elephants”. The Museum is one of only a few venues in the country to use 360° film
5400 1st Ave, Kenosha, WI 53140
Washington Park Velodrome
The Kenosha Velodrome is the oldest operating velodrome in the U.S. Built in 1927, the 333-meter track has 28-degree banked corners and typically holds races on Monday and Tuesday evenings during the summer months. If you’re feel adventurous, riders ages nine and up and book a spot to try out
17th Ave & Washington Rd, Kenosha, WI 53140
Located in Bristol Woods Park, this six-acre aerial adventure park offers nine different courses that include over 100 rope bridges, 19 ziplines, and three leaps of faith. Whether you’re conquering your fears or an avid adventure seeker, there is something for every skill level from beginner to
9800 Cty Hwy M B, Bristol, WI 53104
PUBLIC Craft Brewing Co.
PUBLIC Craft Brewing Co. has more than 20 of their own beers on tap. They also serve tasty, house-made food and often have live music and entertainment. They are happy to accommodate groups and private parties.
628 58th St, Kenosha, WI 53140
Mars Cheese Castle
Mars Cheese Castle is a popular destination for both locals and visitors. They feature a large variety of Wisconsin-made products, including meats and sausages, cheeses, kringles, popcorn and more.
2800 W Frontage Rd, Kenosha, WI 53144
Lincoln Park Disc Golf Course
Lincoln Park has an 18-hole disc golf course with plenty of tree and water hazards to keep it interesting. The course starts and ends near the Oribiletti Center on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. Click here for a map of the course.
6900 18th Ave, Kenosha, WI 53143