Science and Industry Museum closes on Wednesday for artifact relocation

Unplanned Shutdown at Museum of Science and Industry in Hyde Park for Military Artifact Relocation, Resumes Operations on Thursday

The Museum of Science and Industry in Hyde Park closed its doors to the public on April 3rd for unplanned maintenance, officials announced. The closure was due to the relocation of military artifacts from the museum’s archives, with specially trained military personnel and local officials present to ensure safe removal.

The decision to close was made out of caution during the assessment and removal process. However, the museum plans to resume normal admission hours on Thursday, allowing visitors once again to explore its exhibits and attractions. Ticketholders for the day of closure will be refunded or given the option to rebook their reservation by calling 773-684-1414.

The museum’s closure was necessary to ensure that valuable artifacts were handled safely and relocated properly, emphasizing the importance of preserving and protecting historical items for future generations to enjoy. The Museum of Science and Industry is excited about welcoming visitors back and continuing to provide educational and engaging experiences for all.

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