Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame to reopen with health and safety measures in place
Museum patrons are asked to maintain “two guitars’ distance” away from others
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The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame is scheduled to reopen its doors on 15 June, implementing all-new health and safety measures. This comes as the US state of Ohio continues allowing businesses to reopen in phases, adhering to COVID-19 guidelines as set by the state.
The museum will now implement daily continuous cleanings, temperature checks upon entry and will operate on a limited capacity with timed ticketing. Hand sanitising stations will also be set up throughout the museum.
As expected, wearing a mask will be mandatory for both staff and guests and patrons are urged to maintain “two guitars’ distance” away from others.
To show its gratitude to frontline workers, the museum announced a special free admission day on 14 June for healthcare workers and their families. In future, and to ensure that the museum stays within daily capacity limits, guests will also have to plan their trips in advance – purchasing tickets online.
The museum’s current exhibits include Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock and Roll, which highlights iconic and historic instruments throughout rock history, and Pink Floyd’s The Wall, which mirrors portions of the tour prop used for Roger Water’s performance at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany – commemorating the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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