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KENOSHA -- Brian Kramp spent the morning at the Kenosha Public Museum to highlight their Tiny Titans Exhibit, Museum Munchkins and Imagination Studio.

About  Kenosha Public Museum (website)

The Kenosha Public Museum, located in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is a natural sciences and fine and decorative arts museum. Established in 1933, the Museum’s collections have grown to over 80,000, including 1,200 works in the fine arts collection. Exhibit programming includes mammoths, world cultures, Native Americans, zoology, geology, fossils, and fine and decorative arts.

The Kenosha Public Museum collects, preserves, and interprets decorative and fine arts, natural science specimens, and cultural artifacts from around the world.

Our galleries are filled with objects and information to facilitate learning, collaboration, and engagement. Here are our special and permanent exhibits.

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