Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal Reopens

Updated: Jul. 15, 2020 at 10:15 AM EDT
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Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal Reopens, Children's Museum Remains Closed 1) reopening Friday, including fountain turn on at 10am 2) Maya exhibit 3) Women's suffrage and Charley Harper exhibits (free) 4) Covid changes and safety measures After a four-month closure due to COVID-19, Cincinnati Museum Center and the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center are reopening to the public this Friday, July 17. To kick off the reopening, they're turning on Union Terminal's iconic fountain. The event will feature brief remarks and a mini performance by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Guests returning to Cincinnati Museum Center and the Holocaust & Humanity Center can expect some changes to keep guests and staff safe. · Masks are required when visiting. · Timed tickets are required for entry. Timed tickets will help manage crowd capacity and flow to allow for proper social distancing. · Social distancing markers and signage. · Increased cleaning and sanitization efforts.