CHICAGO (CBS) — Next week, Illinois residents will be able to enter Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium free of charge.
Starting Monday February 22 and going through Friday February 26, the aquarium will host Illinois Resident Free Days from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Weekend Warmup
Because of pandemic restrictions, everyone must make reservations online through the Shedd Aquarium website or by calling 312-939-2438. There will be a $3.00 transaction fee applied for people who go online.
According to the Shedd “additional onsite protocols meant to create a fun and safe environment for guests include timed tickets to entry, mask requirements, hand sanitizer stations, one-directional pathways and more.”READ MORE: Northwestern Alums Create 'The Seeker,' A Highly Accurate Football Thrower They Call A Robotic QB
Adults getting tickets must provide proof of residency. Free admission won’t be given to people who don’t have a reservation.
Humans hold hands, seahorses hold tails. 💕 They even do greeting rituals before going about their days.
— Shedd Aquarium (@shedd_aquarium) February 14, 2021MORE NEWS: Cariacature Artist, Substitute Teacher Says She Keeps Trying To Reach Illinois Unemployment Office -- Only To Have Calls Dropped