Three popular Ottawa museums are set to reopen over the coming weeks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ingenium– Canada’s Museums of Science and Development has actually announced plans to reopen the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum, the Canada Air Travel and Area Museum and the Canada Science and Innovation Museum will reopen this summertime.
The resuming strategy consists of e-ticketing, needing visitors to book particular times to visit the museums this summertime and fall.
Under the reopening plan, Ingenium will be revising its operating hours:
The Canada Farming and Food Museum will reopen to members on July 30-31 and to the public on August 1. The Canada Air Travel and Space Museum will open to members on August 6-7 and the public on August 8. The Canada Science and Innovation Museum will be open to members on August 12-13, and to the public on August 14.
All visitors will be required to wear non-medical face masks in enclosed public areas.
Other actions to motivate physical distancing and restrict the spread of COVID-19 consist of fewer visitors permitted at one time, a directional course through the museums and e-ticketing that will need visitors to reserve a specific time to go to the museums.