The North Bay Museum says it will re-open next Thursday.

Officials say they will be putting in safeguards to keep everyone safe including a limited capacity of 30 people and timed entry to allow for physical distancing.

There will also be hand-sanitizing stations, one-way traffic throughout and interactive exhibits and benches will be removed, blocked or covered.

There will be reduced hours.

The new hours will be noon-5 Monday-Friday and 10-3 on Saturday and washrooms on the first floor will be open to one family at a time.

As well, plexiglass shields will be set up in the gift shop surrounding the till area, and museum staff and volunteers will wear face coverings.

You can check out some exhibits on line at

(photo by station staff)



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