Lately it might seem that teachers are getting guff from every side. But the folks at the Harley-Davidson Museum want teachers to know they’ve got a friend down in the valley.
So, teachers can show an ID and get free admission to the museum through the end of November. The museum, at 400 W. Canal St., is open daily from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., and until 8 p.m. Thursdays.
The museum launched this offer in conjunction with the statewide Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC) Convention held in Madison the last week in October.
“The museum would like to give teachers an opportunity to visit and see first-hand how American’s story is told through the eyes of an American icon,” says Brook Smith, Harley’s manager of community affairs.
“As they plan for the remainder of the year, they can consider the Harley-Davidson Museum a place to bring their students for a unique learning experience.”