if you go
Getting there

AirTran offers nonstop flights from Reagan National to Milwaukee, with fares starting at $230 round trip. Kenosha is about 40 miles south of Milwaukee.

Where to stay

Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Kenosha

11800 108th St., Pleasant Prairie

800-967-9033

www.radisson.com

Full-service property near the Jelly Belly Center and outlets. About seven miles from downtown Kenosha. Rates from $99 a night.

Best Western Harborside Inn & Kenosha Conference Center

5125 Sixth Ave.

800-780-7234

www.bestwestern.com

On the shores of Lake Michigan, near Kenosha’s major sites. Rates from $110.

Where to eat

Wine Knot Bar and Bistro

5611 Sixth Ave.

262-653-9580

www.wine-knot.com

Upscale stick-to-your-ribs cuisine, such as duck stroganoff and braised beef ravioli. Entrees from $10.

Franks Diner

508 58th St.

262-657-1017

www.franksdinerkenosha.com

Open since 1926 and featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.” Serves breakfast and lunch but is best known for its Garbage Plate, from $8.55.

What to do

Jelly Belly Center

10100 Jelly Belly Lane, Pleasant Prairie

800-522-3267

www.jellybelly.com

Free warehouse tours cover the company’s history and candymaking process. Daily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Also has a gift shop and sampling station.

Kemper Center

6501 Third Ave.

262-657-6005

www.kempercenter.com

Tour Kemper Hall and Durkee Mansion, open weekends April to October from 1 to 4 p.m. Both by appointment only. The Anderson Arts Center (262-653-0481, www.andersonartscenter.com) holds exhibits five or six times a year. Current shows run through June 3. Open Tuesday-Sunday 1-4 p.m. Free.

Pollard Gallery

518 56th St.

262-657-7529

www.rhodecenter.org/pollard

Illustrations and portraits by celebrated artists Nan and George Pollard. Wednesday-Sunday 1-4 p.m. Free.

Information

www.kenoshacvb.com