CLEVELAND — Under the direction of Gov. Mike DeWine, businesses across Northeast Ohio are releasing their plans to re-open following the coronavirus outbreak.
On Sunday, Holden Aboretum announced that it would start to welcome back members Tuesday, May 12. The garden will remain closed to the general public until at least the end of the month.
"We’re thrilled to have you back. We missed you," Holden Forests & Gardens said in a press release.
Members looking to visit will have to abide by guidelines issued by the Ohio Department of Public Health as they pertain to safely re-opening community spaces.
- If you’d like to visit with others, please limit your guests to people you live with. The maximum group size when visiting the grounds is 10 people.
- Visitors are encouraged to wear a mask or facial covering when visiting the grounds.
- Please comply with the state mandated six-foot physical distancing rule.
The Cleveland Botanical Garden remains closed. For more information on how to safely plan your visit to the country's 14 largest public garden, click here.