Six area museums are reopening downtown and in the Dallas Arts District after being closed for several months. The museums closely collaborated over several months to determine appropriate reopening dates and new measures to ensure the health and safety of their staff and all visitors.
In a group statement, the museums said, “We have all been working together since our closures in March to prepare for the days when we can safely welcome visitors again. The past five months have been times of significant change. As cultural institutions, we each recognize our unique roles as places for visitors to find solace, joy, and connection. We are excited to finally reopen our spaces to the community.”
Under the Dallas Arts and Culture Reopening Guidelines, all staff and visitors are required to wear face masks and each facility has added sanitizing stations, among other safety protocols.
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