You can begin planning a trip to The National Quilt Museum.
CEO Frank Bennett announced the museum will reopen to the public on Monday, June 8.
Concerns over the coronavirus pandemic forced the museum to close its doors for several weeks.
The National Quilt Museum will reopen following the federal and state health guidelines.
“During this challenging time, the health of our staff and visitors is of the utmost importance,” Bennett said in a statement.
In order to maintain a healthy environment, the museum will require all employees and visitors to wear masks during their visit. Also, they ask that everyone maintain a social distance of six feet or more.
“Maintaining a healthy environment requires the cooperation of everyone that enters our facility,” Bennett said.
Bennett thanks everyone for helping keep the museum a safe and healthy place for people to enjoy the art of quilting.
The museum will open its doors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day of the week.
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