In March 2020, the world stopped turning — or so it seemed. The school year abruptly ended, bars and restaurants shuttered and life as we knew it ceased, minus essential businesses, of course.
Like so many other spots, many local historical and cultural institutions took a break to help flatten the curve and stop the spread of COVID-19. But now that things are more under control, those institutions are ready to open back up.
The Detroit Cultural Center has announced that institutions including the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Michigan Science Center and the Detroit Historical Museum will reopen July 10, 2020.
Guests will be required to wear masks, observe social distancing rules and practice good hygiene.
In addition, guests can expect touchless transactions along with limited hours and capacities at some institutions.
For more information on what reopening and these spots will look like, contact your chosen museum.
For more information on what’s reopening in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor, check out our post here.