After being closed for more than two months, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Home and Museum announced last week they have tentative plans to reopen to the public on Monday, June 1.
The tourist attraction temporarily closed its doors on Thursday, March 19 as the coronavirus (COVID-19) forced the closure of museums and businesses throughout the Wright County area. When it is reopened, there will be new safety measures implemented throughout the historic site. Those measures include six feet for social distancing and all visitors will be asked to wear face masks. The masks will be available for purchase at the museum gift shop.
The site also reports that the museum gallery and historic properties will be capacity controlled. Hand sanitizing stations will also be placed around Rocky Ridge Farm.
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