CLEVELAND — The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announced on Wednesday its plans to reopen to the public this weekend after being closed for nearly two months.
In a press release, the iconic Cleveland museum says that it will finally open its doors once again beginning on January 17, with limited entry and lowered capacity due to COVID-19 guidelines.
In addition to the reopening news, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will offer free admission to healthcare workers and their families on January 17.
The museum will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, and tickets, which can be found here, must be purchased in advance.
The museum will also offer limited free admission to community members on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, January 18, courtesy of the John P. Muphy Foundation.
The Rock Hall has expanded its health and safety guidelines in the past two months and will offer continuous cleaning and safety guidelines to guests throughout the day. Guests must also submit to pre-entry temperature checks and will be required to wear masks the entire time.
New exhibits include the "It's Been Said All Along," and "Iconic: Baron Wolman Images of an Era," along with new outfits and artifacts from Harry Styles, Laura Jane Grace, and Bruce Springsteen.