Discovery World Temporarily Closed to Public Beginning Saturday, March 14
Milwaukee, WI: As a public health precaution due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), Discovery World will temporarily close to the public starting Saturday, March 14, and all events and public programs are canceled.
Discovery World intends to reopen April 1, and will continue to follow the guidance of local public health officials to assess the situation. The health and safety of Discovery World members, guests, volunteers, and staff is our top priority.
“The situation we are all facing today emphasizes the importance of science in our society,” said Bryan Wunar, Discovery World President & CEO. “We look forward to reopening Discovery World in the near future to engage more people in science learning and helping to build a greater appreciation for the role science plays in all of our lives.”
Discovery World will continue to provide updates on our website at www.discoveryworld.org.
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A native of Joliet, Illinois, Bryan has received multiple awards in STEM education, including being named one of the “Most influential People in STEM” by the National Afterschool Association.