CINCINNATI —The Cincinnati Museum Center and the Holocaust & Humanity Center are reopening Friday after they had been closed for four months due to COVID-19.
Officials will turn on Union Terminal’s iconic fountain at 10 a.m. Friday to mark the reopening, and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra will put on a small performance.
Guests can expect the following changes:
- Masks are required when visiting.
- Timed tickets are required for entry. Timed tickets will help manage crowd capacity and flow to allow for proper social distancing.
- Social distancing markers and signage.
- Increased cleaning and sanitization efforts.
The following areas will be open:
Museum of Natural History & Science
- Dinosaur Hall
- Neil Armstrong Space Exploration Gallery, presented by the Harold C. Schott Foundation
Cincinnati History Museum
- Cincinnati in Motion
- Shaping Our City (new)
- You Are Here (new)
- Public Landing
- Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX® Theater
- Maya: The Exhibition
- An Unfinished Revolution: Women and the Vote (free exhibition)
- Inspired by Nature: The Art and Activism of Charley Harper (free exhibition)
- Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center
The Duke Energy Children’s Museum, The Cave (in Museum of Natural History & Science) and the Science Interactives Gallery will remain closed.
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