Be a Tourist in Your Own Town FOR FREE

Be a Tourist in Your Own Town FOR FREE

Kenosha Tourism Week Free Days May 2-8, 2021

National Travel and Tourism Week will be recognized nation-wide May 2-8, 2021. Locally, the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors is partnering with local attractions and shops to provide FREE admission and other freebies during this week. We encourage residents to “Be A Tourist In Your Own Town”, while visitors can discover – and/or re-discover – the fun things there are to explore in the Kenosha Area as they take advantage of these free promotions.
The offers are:
Sunday, May 2 and Saturday, May 8: Free Ride on the Electric Streetcar. Hop aboard for a scenic trip along the Lake Michigan shore, as well as through historic districts and Downtown Kenosha. Weekend Streetcar hours are 10:35 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.Capacity: 15 riders at a time. Stops include the Transit Center, 724 54th Street.
Monday, May 3: Free Single Day Admission at the Kenosha County Dog Parks: Carlisle Family Dog Park at Petrifying Springs Park (5555 Seventh Street), Harris Family Dog Park at Old Settlers Park (24100 75th Street), and Warren Close Bark Park at Kenosha County Veterans Memorial Park (35610 89th Street). Dogs must be current on all vaccinations and wear valid dog tags. Parks open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Tuesday, May 4: Free Main Exhibit Admission at The Civil War Museum. All guests will receive free admission to The Fiery Trial, an immersive exhibit with a 360-degree film that tells the stories of the soldiers on the war front and family back home in the Midwest. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 5400 First Avenue.
Wednesday, May 5: Free Admission at Play Space. This is a family-owned indoor facility designed to provide open play for children crawling to 6 years old. The venue had its grand opening earlier this year. Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 2225 63rd Street.
Thursday, May 6: One Free Preselected Plant at Equinox botanical boutique to the first 100 people. There is no purchase necessary. Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 5901 Sixth Avenue A.
Friday, May 7: One Free Used Book at Studio Moonfall to the first 100 people. Choose from any of the used books that are at the shop. No purchase necessary. Open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 5031 Seventh Avenue.
All week: Stop at the I-94 Visitor Information Center for travel information about Kenosha, other Wisconsin destinations, and FREE Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets VIP Coupon Books while supplies last. Coupon books are valid at many stores at the outlet mall property. The Visitor Information Center is staffed 7 days per week from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at 10519 120th Avenue.
Learn about these and more local attractions, restaurants, and shops to support in-person or online at our website VisitKenosha.com.
The Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau has been Kenosha’s official travel resource since 1986. The Visitors Bureau reminds everyone to remember your mask and maintain social distancing when in public; be respectful of the safety guidelines that individual venues are setting; be patient.
About National Travel and Tourism Week 2021: The theme of National Travel and Tourism Week this year, which the U.S. Travel Association organizes, is the Power of Travel. The focus will be on the industry’s role in bringing back our vibrant communities, restoring the U.S. economy, rebuilding our workforce, and reconnecting America. (Source: www.ustravel.org) While keeping that sentiment in mind, remember the role of tourism when it comes to our community’s economy. Tourism provides jobs, lowers personal taxes, improves our local economy, and provides a positive community image, which is critical for economic development.

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(This article is from a press release from the Kenosha Area Convention And Visitors Bureau)