After months of being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Baltimore's National Aquarium has announced that they will be re-opening on July 1.
The aquarium's capacity will be limited to 25% of total occupancy to support social distancing policies and guests will be required to have a timed ticket to enter. It is strongly suggested that guests reserve their tickets ahead of time.
According to the National Aquarium's press release, "All guests will be required to wear a face covering while inside the Aquarium. Face coverings must cover the nose and mouth, be secured with ties or ear loops and fit snugly against the face" and "All guests will be subject to a non-contact temperature check* prior to entry. Guests who present with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will not be able to enter the Aquarium."
The 4D Immersion Theater and Living Seashore touch pools will remain closed and a linear path has been established to create a safe flow through the building. Read more here.