The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is scheduled to reopen to the general public at 9 a.m. (ET) Tuesday, July 7, following a three-and-a-half month closure because of the COVID-19 nationwide emergency.
Museum officers have stored in common contact with Indianapolis Motor Speedway officers all through the disaster, and so as to comply not solely with the State of Indiana’s #BackOnTrack plan for reopening the state, however to higher guarantee correct social distancing practices for guests, officers determined to reopen following the July 3-5 mixed NASCAR Huge Machine Vodka 400 on the Brickyard and rescheduled NTT IndyCar Collection GMR Grand Prix weekend at IMS.
Museum employees have ready the ability – together with IMS Museum tour busses – to accommodate friends based mostly on state and federal well being suggestions, together with hand sanitizing stations, protecting obstacles and signage. To take care of correct social distancing, the variety of guests admitted to the Museum constructing and tour busses at anyone time shall be restricted.
The Museum’s much-heralded exhibit, “From the Vault presented by Bank of America,” was initially scheduled to shut on April 20 however will proceed because the featured exhibit, with Bank of America graciously extending its help.
Guests who beforehand considered “From the Vault presented by Bank of America” can have quite a few causes to return quickly: IMS Museum employees will open a brand new, to-be-announced exhibit honoring considered one of racing’s most dynamic personalities on August 1, and the composition of “From the Vault” will change dramatically in October, with a serious rotation of automobiles and artifacts. The exhibit will stay open into Spring 2021.
Extra details about reopening protocols shall be introduced round July 1.
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