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Kemper Center Grounds

The Kemper Center consists of the sprawling 250,000 square feet of buildings which include a historic house/museum known as Durkee Mansion, an arts center and museum known as Anderson Arts Center, an artist-in residence house and classrooms, known as Kid’s Space, The Kemper Hall Conference Center, four rental halls, wedding chapel, and offices rented by various business and community-based organizations.

Kemper’s primary facility began in 1861 as an upper class Kenosha residence (known as Durkee Mansion), and became Kemper Hall, a private girl’s school, in 1871. Over its history, various additions were made to the facility and most of the buildings were joined together.

Each year hundreds of thousands of people visit the Kemper grounds and programs. Whether it is a jazz concert, a classical music series, a new art exhibit, a wedding, business, civic or social meeting, employer training, workshops, tennis match, soccer match, Christmas at Kemper, or just a day in the park, Kemper Center offers much for everyone!

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