MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Public Museum is free on Thursday, March 3.
It's part of "Kohl’s Thank You Thursday." The company foots the bill for visitors on the first Thursday of every month.
However, there will be a charge to check out the museum's new "Ultimate Dinosaurs" exhibit. The traveling exhibition features the skeletons of 17 recently discovered dinosaurs from the Southern Hemisphere, including the world’s biggest carnivore, Giganotosaurus!
That exhibit will be $8 for adults (normally $24 with museum admission) and $6 (normally $18 with museum admission) for children. If you can't make it this week, there will be other opportunities on Thursday, April 7 and Thursday, May 5. The exhibit will be in Milwaukee until May 15.
The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.