GREEN BAY (NBC 26) -- After being closed for months due to coronavirus concerns, the Packers announced Thursday that its Hall of Fame will reopen next week.
The organization says the Packers Hall of Fame will reopen to visitors and fans on Monday, June 29.
The Packers said in an online statement that the Hall of Fame will reopen under new guidelines offered by Brown County Public Health, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and the CDC.
Among the guidelines include a requirement for all visitors and staff to wear masks. Additionally, hand sanitizing stations will be stationed throughout the building and plexiglass barriers will be placed at registers.
The Packers said the museum will limit the number of visitors inside at one time to maintain social distancing, so guests must register for specific visit times. Those that have pre-purchased admission vouchers to the Hall of Fame may email at email@example.com to reserve a visit time. All other tickets can be purchased here.
The Hall of Fame will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the last scheduled entry time at 3:30 p.m. Each visitor will have 1.5 hours to complete their visit and once they exit the Hall of Fame, they will not be able to reenter. Some exhibit areas may be temporarily unavailable to prevent virus spread.
Lambeau Field Stadium Tours, Lambeau Field events and 1919 Kitchen & Tap will remain closed for the time being. The Packers said public activities in Titletown, including the playground and 46 Below, as well as The Turn, are beginning their re-opening processes. Those exact plans have not yet been announced.
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