Cleveland Museum Of Art Announces Changes In COVID-19 Protocols

The front entrance of the museum
The Cleveland Museum of Art announced changes in COVID-19 protocols, effective June 2. [David C. Barnett / ideastream]

The Cleveland Museum of Art stills wants visitors to wear masks, but they are no longer mandatory, effective Wednesday. The museum will also stop requiring timed tickets and temperature checks, according to a press release. 

The museum's hours are currently from 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Tuesdays - Sundays. CMA plans to extend evening hours until 9 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays, beginning June 30. The Provenance Café is open with limited hours and the Provenance Restaurant is set to reopen in the fall. 

CMA is also considering future in-person programs, according to the release. While Parade the Circle won't take place this year, the museum is planning an alternative event, Parade the City, in coordination with the opening of its Community Arts Center inside the Pivot Center in Cleveland's Clark-Fulton neighborhood June 12. Parade the City will feature eight art installations around the area for people to visit. 

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