San Antonio's DoSeum Set to Reopen Next Week

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Although COVID-19 cases continue to rise in San Antonio, the DoSeum is set to reopen next week with new precautionary measures in place.

The hands-on children's museum will reopen to members June 22-28, then to the general public on starting on Monday, June 29. During the members-only week, healthcare workers will also receive free admission.



The DoSeum, which specializes in hands-on displays and activities, won't reopen all of its exhibits. Its Bubble Pavilion, Big Climb and Sand Yard will remain closed, and it has set a capacity limit on all exhibits.

Face masks will be required, and all guests — including members — will be required to make reservations online prior to a visit.



"We have certainly missed our guests and are excited to welcome our community back into our space. As we re-open our doors and implement a phased reopening model, we remain devoted to providing families a safe space for joyful discovery while continuing to prioritize their safety and health," DoSeum CEO Dan Menelly said in a statement.

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