While the Smithsonian and the National Gallery of Art remain closed because of the threat of covid-19, more attractions are beginning to reopen to the public. This week, the International Spy Museum and the Museum of the Bible welcomed visitors for the first time since March. The expected rules about social distancing are in place – “Thou shalt wear a face mask” is one of the Museum of the Bible‘s “Covid Commandments,” and the Spy Museum provides a “spy gadget,” or stylus, for use with touch screens, elevator buttons and any other surface that might spread germs. For those who might be uncomfortable about spending hours indoors, consider attractions such as George Washington’s Mount Vernon, which is allowing visitors to explore the farm, gardens and outbuildings. The museum is open, though most indoor areas, including the mansion and theaters, remain closed.