Museums will reopen on 26 June 2020 and heritage centres on July 3 according to the National Heritage Board.
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The Asian Civilisations Museum, the National Museum of Singapore, and the National Gallery Singapore will reopen on 26 June 2020, while the Malay Heritage Centre, Indian Heritage Centre, and Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall will do so a week later on 3 July.
Operating capacity will be reduce to 25% of the venue, and visitors will be limited to groups of 5 people with a safe distance of 1m between each group.
SafeEntry Check-ins and outs, temperature taking and masks will be required by all visitors and employees.
Children Exhibits to Remain Close
Photo Credits: National Gallery Singapore
Interactive exhibits will remain close due to the high-touch nature, and this includes children's exhibits. There will also be no audio guides, headphones or shared items available.
In the meantime, museums will continue their planned virtual events to continue engaging with the community.
What do you think? Are you excited for the Museums to reopen soon?