BALTIMORE — After being closed for three months due to the coronavirus, the National Aquarium at Baltimore's Inner Harbor will reopen to the public July 1.
Initially, the Aquarium will only allow visitors at a level of 25% capacity.
Tickets can only be purchased online. Visitors will be given a choice of certain times during the day they can go.
All visitors ages two and up will have to wear a mask. Guests and staff will also be required to have their temperature taken prior to entering the building.
Signs will be posted guiding visitors to follow a one-way path through the exhibits.
If you're a local public health worker, you will get $5 off General Admission Adult tickets for you and other adult dependents in their party.