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Celebrate Travel and Tourism Week in Kenosha, WI with I ♥ Kenosha photo frame

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National Travel and Tourism Week is celebrated May 3-11, and the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau encourages local residents, as well as visitors, to experience and embrace all the great attractions, restaurants, events, and recreation opportunities that exist in their community! Be a Tourist in Your Own Town … and while you’re at it, FRAME IT!

Kenosha Tourism
Kenosha Tourism Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Kenosha Tourism

Tourism fuels the area's economy through visitor spending at restaurants, hotels, shops, gas stations, and recreation and entertainment venues. It generates tax revenues for our local municipalities. It provides jobs and income for our residents and business opportunities for entrepreneurs. 

I ♥ Kenosha photo frame
I ♥ Kenosha photo frame Be a Tourist in Your Own Town

I ♥ Kenosha photo frame

Grab a handy I ♥ Kenosha photo frame – available at six locations – and use it to take pictures of the things you love about the Kenosha Area! Hold the frame up to showcase your favorite places and spaces, food and fun – then share your photos with the Visitors Bureau on your favorite social network!

Be sure to use the #KenoshaFun hashtag. To share, just search Visit Kenosha on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!

Share What You Love About Kenosha
Share What You Love About Kenosha I ♥ Kenosha Photo Frame

Share What You Love About Kenosha

Between now and the conclusion of Tourism Week, pick up your free frame (while supplies last) at:

  • Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Visitor Information Center at 812-56th Street in Downtown Kenosha (Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm) or at I-94 & Hwy. 165 (seven days a week, 8am-4pm).
  • Kenosha History Center (220 51st Place)
  • Kenosha Public Museum (5500 First Ave.)
  • Civil War Museum (5400 First Ave.)
  • Dinosaur Discovery Museum (5608 Tenth Ave.) 
Family Fun in Kenosha
Family Fun in Kenosha City of Kenosha

Family Fun in Kenosha

For more information about attractions, events, shopping, dining, lodging, recreation opportunities and more in the Kenosha Area, log on to

The KACVB serves travelers at two Visitor Information Centers: at 812-56th Street in Downtown Kenosha and at I-94 & Hwy. 165.

Tourism contributes to a positive quality of life for those who live and work here and creates a sense of place that is equally enjoyed by both tourist and residents.

Follow the KACVB’s blog, and also follow Visit Kenosha on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube to receive updates about events, specials, and more.


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