NTB drivers have the same 48 hours off each week, meaning there are plenty of things they can do in their spare time. Luckily, we’re currently hiring truck drivers in Kenosha, a city that has plenty to offer for your home time. Here a few of the many unique things to do in and around Kenosha, WI.
Enjoy the Sculpture Walk at Harbor Park
Spend time outside while enjoying some art. The Harbor Park promenade features a majority of the Sculpture Walk sculptures, with others at the North Pier Lighthouse, the Kenosha Area Convention and Visitors’ Bureau, and Civic Center Park. If you’ve been before, but not recently, keep in mind that the sculptures are replaced every two years!
Root for the Home Team
The Kenosha Kingfish play ball at historic Simmons Field throughout the regular baseball season. Even during the offseason, you can pick up local merchandise and gift cards in the Team Store. Tickets start at just $8. For more information, visit the Kenosha Kingfish website.
Dig up Some History
Get free admission to see incredible dinosaurs at The Dinosaur Discovery Museum. Featuring the largest collection of meat-eating theropods and an interactive exhibit about a T-Rex named Little Clint, there’s fun and education for the whole family. This museum was 231,400,000 years in the making, and admission is free.
Treat Yourself to Free Candy
The Jelly Belly Center in Pleasant Prairie, WI offers free tours and free samples of their candy. Learn how Jelly Belly jelly beans are made, then fill up at the Jelly Belly Candy Store, Fudge Counter, or Jelly Belly Snack Bar. Free tours (including a ride aboard the Jelly Belly Express) run every day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Have a favorite spot to spend your days off? Share in the comments below. Also, if you’re looking for a job near Kenosha, WI and think you'd make a good fit, apply today! We’re also hiring truck drivers at our other locations—visit our website for more information.