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Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin
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Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin is an innovation and technology museum, with a focus on marine conservation. It features an aquarium and is host to the S.S. Denis Sullivan, a recreated 19th century Great Lakes schooner.

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Tags: discovery world; pier wisconsin; museum; water; lake; lake michigan; great lakes; milwaukee
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