SCRANTON, Pa. — A museum in Scranton is welcoming back visitors after being closed for a little over six months.
The Everhart Museum along Mulberry Street is back open Saturday.
Newswatch 16 found new signage all over the museum, reminding visitors to stay six feet apart.
Capacity is limited in certain exhibits.
The museum will only be open on Saturday and Sunday for now.
The first hour every Saturday morning will be reserved for those considered at higher risk for COVID-19 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Virtual exhibits are also available if you can't make it out, for more information click HERE.