Museum of the Bible will reopen to visitors Monday, June 22. One of the largest museums in Washington, D.C., Museum of the Bible will open nearly all of its permanent exhibits across six floors.
Museum restaurants and some attractions, such as theaters, will open with restrictions. Interactive and virtual reality experiences, which require guests to use goggles, will remain closed.
“We have missed our guests and have worked hard to prepare the museum for their return,” said Harry Hargrave, CEO of Museum of the Bible. “We are looking forward to offering our guests engaging new experiences this summer.”
Upon reopening, the museum will show appreciation for America’s healthcare professionals’ service during the pandemic by offering them free admission with employee ID.
“This Covid-19 season has been incredibly difficult for so many people,” said Hargrave. “We consider it a privilege to give back to those who’ve sacrificed to keep America healthy.”
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