Time to brush up on your art appreciation as the Milwaukee Art Museum reopens Thursday
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--A huge attraction on Milwaukee’s lakefront will be open for business once again come this Thursday. Visitors can finally peruse their favorite artwork at The Milwaukee Art Museum after being closed for four months because of the pandemic. But you will notice a lot of changes, including mask wearing for everyone. Also, only the first floor is accessible during this initial phase one of a three phased process. It features works from the permanent collection along with a few additions from the second floor. Those who work at the museum say this experience has always been touchless, butt the Coronavirus takes this philosophy to an entire different level.
You have to make an online reservation before you come to the museum in addition to signing a code of conduct before arriving. Only 40 people are allowed to enter each half hour. It’s free, by the way, for the first month thanks to the generous donation of the Krei Family in Memory of Melinda. Click here if you want to get your "virtual" place in line.