- TripBuzz found 142 things to do with kids in or near Franklin, Wisconsin, including 127 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Milwaukee, Waukesha, Kenosha and Racine.
- From Altius Gymnastics to Country Lanes, the Franklin area offers 86 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Other Adventures, Bowling and Family Fun Center.
- Part of Milwaukee County, Franklin is home to many commuters who drive to work in downtown Milwaukee. A first-tier suburb, the community is also just minutes from the airport. Franklin provides residents with an array of amenities which includes several public parks, libraries and an historical society with artifacts and photographs related to early town history.
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19805 W. Capitol Drive, Brookfield, WI 53045 MoreLess Info
The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts is one of the finest multi-disciplinary cultural arts centers in the U.S. The Wilson Center presents performances by world-renowned artists, offers arts education programs, curates the Ploch Art Gallery, and is committed to extending the arts beyond the walls of the C…
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21700 W Captiol Drive, Brookfield, WI 53005 MoreLess Info
A driving range and miniature golf course, Tee Aire Golf Range & Miniature Golf offers a variety of amenities for golfers. The driving range features lighted astroturf mats, natural grass tees, and a short game area.
Established in 1938, The Racine Theatre Guild Inc. has been in charge of promoting and hosting theatre arts with a focus on local community performances. Seasonal events are featured along with education on historical performances.
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701 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale, WI 53209 MoreLess Info
This old world brewery offers tours throughout the brewery that include the lager cellar and the bottling room with Bavarian murals that line the walls. Both beer and soda are offered on drought. A gift shop and banquet rentals are available.
The Wind Point Lighthouse was originally designed by Orlando Metcalfe Poe and was first used in 1880. Today, visitors can climb the 11 stories to the top, view the Fog Horn building that has been turned into a museum and gift store, and view the Fuel House.
The Racine Zoo offers several up-close encounters with its animals including feeding the Masai giraffes, petting camels, and holding birds in the aviary. The zoo has several activities just for children including playgrounds and a Barnyard Safari, while everyone can take a ride on the train.