BURLINGTON HISTORICAL MUSEUM

232 N. Perkins Blvd., Burlington. Go to burlingtonhistory.org.

Exhibits, memorabilia and artifacts illustrating Burlington’s history to the present day. Historical and genealogical information.

HISTORICAL VILLAGE OF CALEDONIA

7330 5 Mile Road, Caledonia, from dawn to dusk. The historic buildings are open to docents on the third Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., May through October. Go to https://caledoniahistoricalsociety.org.

5400 First Avenue, Kenosha. Go to https://museums.kenosha.org/civilwar.

Permanent exhibitions — “The Fiery Trial”; “See the Elephant”; Veterans Memorial Gallery.

DINOSAURS DISCOVERY MUSEUM

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5608 10th Avenue, Kenosha. Go to dinosaurdiscoverymuseum.org.

Main Gallery – Tells the story of how non-avian theropod dinosaurs like tyrannosaurus rex and allosaurus gave rise to avian dinosaurs (birds).

Permanent exhibition – “Little Clint: The story of a baby dinosaur”.

DURCEE MANOR AT THE KEMPER CENTER

6501 Third Ave., Kenosha. Go to kempercenter.com.

Tours of this restored 1860s Victorian mansion. Hours: 1.30pm-4.30pm Sat.-Sun. first and third weekends in October.

220 51st place, Kenosha. Go to kenoshahistorycenter.org.

The Rambler Gallery — “All American: Kenosha Style”; “History of Kenosha after the Turn of the 20th Century”; “lost industries”; “Replicas of Kenosha’s Early Buildings.”

The Gallery of Yesteryear — “The Early History of Kenosha”; “A colony is born.”

Through Oct. 31 — “UAW Local 72.”

Until 2022 – “Dedicated to camaraderie”.

5500 First Avenue, Kenosha. Go to museums.kenosha.org.

Until August 7 — “Transparent Watercolor Society of America 46th Annual National Juried Exhibition.”

Aug. 20-Nov. 6 — “International Acrylic Biennial 2022.”

700 N. Art Museum Drive, Milwaukee. Go to https://mam.org.

Until July 17 – “Currents 38: Christy Matson”.

Until June 30 – Open invitation “Face the Music Show”.

601 Sixth Street, Racine. Go to osprojects.art.

Until July 16 – “Friend or Foe” by Kevin Miyazaki.

PHOTOGRAPHIC DESIGN & FRAMING GALLERY

Until June 28 — Norman Mattson, woodworking.

441 Main St. Go to ramart.org.

Until June 11 — “RAM Showcase: Abstraction”.

Until July 9 — “Playful/thoughtful: Contemporary artists and contemporary issues”.

Until July 30 — “En Ronde: Vessels and Sculptures from the RAM Collection”.

Until August 27 — “Blurry Boundaries: Contemporary Artists, Imagination, and the Spaces Between.”

Until September 24 – “Precedents: Past Meets Present in Contemporary Glass and Clay”.

701 Main Street, Racine. Go to rootheritagemuseum.org.

Permanent Exhibits — “This Train Is Bound to Glory: The Racine County Underground Railroad”; “Waterways” ; “Wheat and Men”; “Drum and Bugle Capital of the World”; “Factory for the World”; “Racine County Sports Hall of Fame.”

Until Spring – “Washington Park High School Print Shop”.

Until June – “Racine County WWII Manufacturing”.

TOP & YO-YO MUSEUM

533 Milwaukee Ave, Burlington. Go to topmuseum.org.

Museum for ages 4 to adults features over 35 spinning tops and hands-on games, tour/program, exhibit of 2,000 ancient and modern spinning tops, yo-yos, gyroscopes, I Spy Hunt and a live presentation by a router expert.

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