Betty Brinn Children’s Museum reopens to the public May 20 with comprehensive health & safety protocols in place.
The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum will reopen to the public May 20 with comprehensive health and safety protocols in place. Members will have access to the Museum starting May 6.
MILWAUKEE, WI – (April 5, 2021) — The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum today announced that it will reopen to the public on May 20, 2021, with comprehensive health and safety protocols in place. Museum members will have the opportunity to visit two-weeks earlier, starting May 6.
“We are thrilled that we will soon welcome back our member families, and then the entire community, and look forward to safely reintroducing them to our playful learning environments,” said Museum Executive Director Brian King. “It is extremely rewarding to know that after a difficult year, particularly for young families, we can be part of the process of reconnecting children with their community and exciting new experiences through our educational mission.”
The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, which closed in March 2020 due to the pandemic, is reopening with comprehensive health and safety policies in place for visiting families and staff. This includes stringent cleaning procedures, hand sanitizing stations, and the requirement for visitors ages three and older to wear face coverings at all times. To limit capacity levels and ensure physical distancing for families, the Museum will introduce online ticketing with timed-entry, controlled registration with line markers every six-feet, and low-touch check-in procedures.