The Pro Football Hall of Fame will reopen to the public Wednesday.
The Hall, which is located in Canton, Ohio, closed its museum doors to the public March 16 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Operations personnel have prepared for reopening by thoroughly cleaning all areas of the museum multiple times.
Staff members also have placed markings and stanchions throughout the museum to help guests maintain proper physical distancing and to guide them in an orderly, one-way flow through the exhibits. They installed acrylic barriers in several areas, including guest services and the Hall of Fame store.
The Hall will require staff to undergo a temperature check before entry. Staff also must wear masks. Guests are encouraged to wear a mask.
The Hall will operate under its summer hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week.