The Cincinnati Museum Center reopens today after months of closure

CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Museum Center and Holocaust & Humanity Center will reopen on Friday after being closed for four months due to COVID-19.

To mark the reopening, officials will turn on the Union Terminal’s iconic fountain at 10 a.m. on Friday, and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra will give a small performance.

Guests can expect the following changes:

  • Masks are required when visiting.
  • Timed tickets are required to enter. Timed tickets help manage the capacity and flow of the crowd to allow for adequate social distancing.
  • Social distancing markings and signage.
  • Increased cleaning and disinfection efforts.

The following areas are open:

Museum of Natural History and Science

  • Dinosaur hall
  • Neil Armstrong Space Exploration Gallery presented by the Harold C. Schott Foundation

Cincinnati History Museum

  • Cincinnati on the move
  • Shaping our city (new)
  • You are here (new)
  • Public landing
  • Robert D. Lindner family OMNIMAX® Theater
  • Maya: The exhibition
  • An unfinished revolution: women and voting (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 (inside the Museum of Natural History and Science), and the Science Interactives Gallery will remain closed.

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