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Holden Arboretum to reopen to the public May 28 with social distancing enforced

The nature reserve will be available for guests to take in the outdoors with some brand new procedures in place

CLEVELAND — After weeks of leaving many Northeast Ohioans wondering when they would finally open back up, the Holden Arboretum has announced that they will reopen on Thursday, May 28. 

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"We are excited to reopen our gardens and walking and hiking trails," said Jill Koski, president and CEO of Holden Forests and Gardens, "we ware all in need of rejuvenation and a respite, and there's no better and safer way to do this than by surrounding yourself with the beauty and wonder of nature." 

Although they are opening their doors once again, things will look very different for many guests returning to trails. 

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Guests will need to purchase tickets ahead of time and reserve their timed slot for entry. Tickets are now available for purchase at holdenarb.org; adults can receive entry for $15, admission for children is $10 for ages 3 to 12 years of age. 

The Holden Arboretum will be open Tuesday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

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