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Kentucky Science Center to reopen in July

The Kentucky Science Center said it will reopen to members on July 4 and to the general public on July 11.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Kentucky Science Center announced it will reopen to visitors in July after closings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The center in currently hosting summer camp for children Monday-Friday. In a press release, CEO Mike Norman said the team has done well with providing a safe and healthy environment during the first week of camp, and they will now people able to open for admission.

To help maintain the building for camp during the week, the center will be open for admission on Saturdays and Sundays at limited capacity. Everyone, including members, must have advance tickets to be admitted. The center said information on tickets will be announced soon.

The Kentucky Science Center said it will reopen to members on July 4 and to the general public on July 11.

The center also said memberships will be extended due to the closure caused by the pandemic. Members should expect to hear from the Kentucky Science Center on new expiration dates in the near future.

To learn more about the reopening and summer camps, click here.

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