National WWII Museum To Reopen On Memorial Day

Dusk at the "Campaigns of Courage" building facade of the National WWII Museum. (Getty Images)

After temporarily closing its doors on March 13th, the National WWII Museum will officially reopen to the public on Memorial Day.

Following Governor John Bel Edward's proclamation and Mayor LaToya Cantrell's safe reopening plan, the museum will operate at 25% of its total capacity while enacting new safety measures including advance online ticket purchases.

To ensure public safety and avoid crowds, timed ticket purchases will be required.

To honor those who have been working on the frontline during the pandemic, the museum is offering free admission to medical professionals and first responders who helped make reopening possible.

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