Canton – The Pro Football Hall of Fame will hold all exhibitions on May 28th. This includes several exhibits and areas that have been offline for nearly three months since the hall was closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic last year.
The Hall of Fame was announced this week.
Returned attractions include the Xbox Madden game system, the Sounds of the NFL theater and the Magic Memories photo box. The recently updated A Game For Life and Super Bowl Theater seats will return to full capacity with the 2020 season highlights and the Super Bowl win in Tampa Bay.
The Hall of Fame Café will reopen on June 7th.
“Last March, the Hall of Fame made a difficult but necessary decision to close the doors to the health and safety of our guests and employees,” said Hall President and Chief Executive Officer David Baker.
“The museum didn’t reopen until June 10th. This was a period of almost three months during which the hall was never closed for more than two days a year. Today we say: “The Pro Football Hall of Fame I is completely reopened. ”“
The opening of all museum areas is in line with the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which implements the revised guidelines of the Ohio and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
From May 27, visitors to the Hall of Fame who have been fully vaccinated with the coronavirus will be able to refrain from wearing masks and maintaining social distance within the museum. If you are not fully vaccinated, it is advisable to wear a mask. The hall employees follow the same guidelines.
Numerous hand hygiene stations will be available and the Plexiglas barrier will remain in the checkout areas of the retail trade and guest services.
Business hours are from May 29th to Labor Day from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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