The Indianapolis Children’s Museum announced that it will reopen to the public on July 11 with limited capacity.
To ensure that the capacity remains at the desired limit, every visitor must reserve a ticket in advance. This includes members and donors.
Because some of the exhibits are interactive, the museum puts a higher emphasis on actors who tell stories and use verbal engagements. As a precaution, some exhibits are temporarily closed.
According to a statement, the museum has set up a task force and advisory board to develop its new practices and find out which families want them to feel safe.
The museum has increased the frequency of cleaning, but requires all visitors to wear face masks. Face masks are required for all employees.
The museum asks any visitor or employee who is uncomfortable to stay at home.
There will also be new signage to help visitors stay 6 feet apart.
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