“The Forest Service is proud to partner with Discovery World to celebrate Earth Day 2018. Milwaukee has been home to the Forest Service’s Eastern Region for over 89 years and we are excited to share this important day with our local community,” said Nicholas Pardi, Regional Director for Public and Government Relations.
“On Earth Day we will be working alongside Discovery World to provide visitors with useful tips and information so they can join us in caring for and protecting our environment to meet the needs of present and future generations.”
WHAT: Discovery World is partnering with the Forest Service to celebrate Earth Day by offering free admission to all visitors. Join Woodsy Owl on Earth Day to explore Discovery World’s interactive exhibits, create earth-themed projects in the Kohl’s Design It! Lab, watch diving demonstrations in the Reiman Aquarium, a Lakeshore State Park cleanup, and fishing tutorials.
WHY: Earth Day is Discovery World’s one free day of the year in which we can open the building to the entire community with no admission.
WHEN: Sunday, April 22nd from 10am-5pm
WHERE: Discovery World
- Discovery World and Forest Service partner to offer free admission on Earth Day - April 17, 2018
- How to see Discovery World in two hours - July 8, 2015