CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Museum of Natural History announced they will be reopening July 1 after shutting down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning July 1, visitors will follow a new single-direction flow through the museum, which also includes the Ralph Perkins II Wildlife Center & Woods Garden to help reduce overflowing.
The Nathan and Fannye Shafran Planetarium and the lower level of the museum, including the Smead Discovery Center, will remain closed to the public for the time being.
The museum will be offering online ticketing only and have timed-visit reservation slots.
They will check the temperatures of all guests, and those over the age of two will be required to wear masks.
The museum has been closed since March 16.