A new start for the Milwaukee Public Museum as it reopens on Friday
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--A favorite local museum can soon join all the other ones reopened. Starting Friday, the Milwaukee Public Museum will be back in business after a five month hiatus because of Covid. You’ll notice some changes, including socially distant signs, hand sanitation stations, and one way flows. Many of your favorite exhibits, including the Wisconsin Woodlands and dinosaurs, will be available for all to see. Those with the museum say your experience shouldn’t be much different compared to pre pandemic days.
The Milwaukee Public Museum has new hours. It’s now opened Thursdays through Sundays, 10 am to 4 pm. You have to make a reservation beforehand to guarantee entry. Click here for more information.