Beneath the surface at Discovery World
Posted: Mar 18, 2018 7:07 AM CDT
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Like our freshwater resources, Milwaukee's Discovery World continues to evolve. The family-friendly science and technology center along the lakefront broke ground on an $18 million dollar two-phase, expansion project last fall, and recently opened a new feature at one of its signature attractions, the Reiman Aquarium.
Michael Schlesinger goes beneath the surface to get his hands on this latest interactive program.