Celebrate St. Nick’s Day at MPM for FREE on Kohl’s Thank You Thursday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 5, 2018

MEDIA CONTACT: Jenni Tetzlaff, Director of Marketing & Communications
414-278-2784, tetzlaff@mpm.edu

Celebrate St. Nick’s Day at MPM for FREE on 
Kohl’s Thank You Thursday

Milwaukee—Whether you were naughty or nice this year, visitors to the Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) on Thursday, December 6 will get a treat -- free admission.

Thanks to MPM’s partnership with Kohl’s Cares, the Museum offers free admission to permanent exhibits and one Planetarium program on the first Thursday of every month.

Continue the holiday joy after opening up your stocking with a stroll through Deck the Streets, the decorated Streets of Old Milwaukee and European Village exhibits. Go back in time and visit with the dinosaurs or King Tut. MPM volunteers will also be on the floors to let you hold a hissing cockroach and tell you more about our exhibits and artifacts.

Kohl’s Thank You Thursday is also the perfect time to visit Frogs!, our latest traveling exhibit, for a discounted price. See real live frogs (you can even watch them being fed at 11 a.m.) for $6 (adults) or $4 (seniors 65+ and youth 4-13). Children 3 and under receive free admission to Frogs!

For more information about Kohl’s Thank You Thursday, go to www.mpm.edu/KTYT.


About the Milwaukee Public Museum

The Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) is Wisconsin’s natural history museum, welcoming over half a million visitors annually. Located in downtown Milwaukee, the Museum was chartered in 1882, opened to the public in 1884, and currently houses more than 4 million objects in its collections. MPM has three floors of exhibits that encompass life-size dioramas, walk-through villages, world cultures, dinosaurs, a rainforest, and a live butterfly garden, as well as the Daniel M. Soref Dome Theater & Planetarium.

MPM is operated by Milwaukee Public Museum, Inc., a private, non-profit company, and its facilities and collections are held in trust and supported by Milwaukee County for the benefit of the public.                   

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