Duluth Children’s Museum Set to Reopen Next Week
Another local attraction is ready to open up again after being closed for months.
The Duluth Children's Museum will open its doors to the public again starting on July 2nd. The museum will open with new hours, Thursday - Sunday from 10 AM until 3 PM, with the final admissions to the museum at 2:30 PM.
Only a limited number of visitors will be allowed in the museum at one time, and when you arrive you'll need to check-in through the entrance from the parking lot which is between the Carlson/the Malting building.
Upon arrival, visitors will need to answer a few questions and provide a name for your group and a valid phone number. Masks will be required for all adult visitors and children kids 5 and up are strongly encouraged to do the same.
Admission is $9 per person and kids 2 and under are free. Museum members are free but get no special admission priveledges, it's first come, first served for everyone.
Also, the museum is only taking debit or credit cards right now, no cash is being accepted, neither are any discounts or coupons that you may have.
The museum will also have hand sanitizing stations available throughout the space and all employees will be wearing masks.
They also have a new exhibit called, 'Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice' which will give visitors the opportunity to "Travel back in time and bring dinosaurs to life for your child as you explore unfamiliar landscapes, don a dinosaur costume, and uncover clues about what these creatures left behind