MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Historical Museum will reopen to the public starting in June, the museum announced Monday.
From June 3, visitors can visit the museum on Place du Capitole from Thursday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“We are delighted to welcome guests to the museum again this summer,” Wisconsin Historical Museum Deputy Director Mike Hollander said in a statement. “History buffs have many opportunities to engage with us in the months ahead, whether they’re exploring one of our exhibits at the museum, joining us on a walking tour of Madison, or discovering the story with their children using one of our virtual summer camps. .”
As part of its reopening, the museum will feature two new exhibits this summer — “Hmong in Wisconsin,” which explores the stories and culture of the Hmong community in the state, and “We Stand on Their Shoulders,” focusing on the history of women and the vote in Wisconsin.
The museum will also offer walking tours and virtual summer camps.
Visitors will have to follow certain health instructions when they visit the museum. Details on what is required are available on the museum’s website.
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