- 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.
The Theatre on Main offers both traditional musical and rock musical performances for attendees to enjoy. Not only does the site offer DVDs of the performances, but the theater also offers auditions for those who wish to get involved.
Cedars III Bowling Center is a newly renovated bowling center with a classic retro feel. The bowling alley features 14 flat screen TVs for sports viewing, 8 lanes of bowling and a full drink and snack bar.
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Hosting traveling entertainers and artists from all genres, guests can find something for everyone at the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center. Shows include plays, holiday specials, orchestras, concerts, dance performances, and more.
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N50 W5050 Portland Road, Cedarburg, WI 53012 MoreLess Info
Hand-woven clothes, cloths, and quilts and their histories can be found at the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts. They have a rather vast collection, and their main aim is to preserve and educate.
On a mission to make the community happy since 1936, the Rivoli Theatre has been producing quality shows since its inception. The theatre, who once presented live shows, now plays the latest feature titles on its big screen.
Watson's Wild West Museum is a recreation of an old American western general store filled with antiques and collectibles from the late 1800s. The owner, Cowboy Doug, provides exhibit tours and tells stories of the old west.