CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The doors at the Children’s Museum of Cleveland will reopen to guests this week, starting on July 6 for members only.
As part of the museum’s new safety guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all guests over the age of 2 years old will be required to wear a face mask while visiting and temperature checks will be performed.
Additional health measures include online ticketing and required reservations due to a limit capacity at the museum.
There are many exhibits at the museum aimed at teaching young children life skills and more.
“Kids have been cooped up and doing things online, just a chance to get out, experience a new environment,” said Maria Campanelli, executive director, Children’s Museum of Cleveland. “And get some hands-on learning with their adult is really what they are craving right now.”
The public will be permitted at the Children’s Museum of Cleveland beginning Friday, July 10.