The Cincinnati Museum Center and Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center at Union Terminal are reopening to the public on Friday, July 17 and to celebrate, the museum is turning on the terminal's iconic Art Deco fountain. The museum has been closed since March 14 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The reopening event will start at 10 a.m., with a small performance from the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and opening remarks.
New COVID-19 safety protocols put in place require all guests to have timed tickets for entry to help manage building capacity and ensure social distancing, and masks are required. (Read full COVID guidelines and updates here.)
According to the CMC, here's what's currently open to visitors:
- Museum of Natural History & Science (Dinosaur Hall; Neil Armstrong Space Exploration Gallery)
- Cincinnati History Museum (Shaping Our City; You Are Here; Public Landing; Cincinnati in Motion)
- Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX® Theater
- Maya: The Exhibition (ticket required)
- An Unfinished Revolution: Women and the Vote (free)
- Inspired by Nature: The Art and Activism of Charley Harper (free)
- Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center
The Duke Energy Children's Museum, The Cave and the Science Interactives Gallery are all currently closed.
The Cincinnati Museum Center and Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center are located inside Union Terminal, 1301 Western Ave., Queensgate. For more info or to purchase tickets, visit cincymuseum.org.