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As Maryland’s coronavirus recovery continues, here’s a list of businesses that have announced plans to reopen

This list will be updated as more Maryland institutions announce plans for reopening.

Community

Baltimore Museum of Art: The inside galleries will remain closed but all of the museum’s outdoor sculpture gardens will reopen on Wednesday, June 24 at 10 a.m., weather permitting. Admission is free.

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B&O Railroad Museum: The museum is excited to announce the Grand Re-Opening on June 25at 10 a.m. The museum has procedures in place to ensure the health and safety of all visitors and staff. Capacity limitations are in place for all areas and rides. For a complete list of cleaning and visitor policy, go to BORail.events/Visit

The Maryland Science Center: The center will reopen Thursday, July 2, at 10 a.m. The Science Center will welcome guests at 25% capacity Thursdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Guests are encouraged to reserve tickets online to visit at a specific day and time. All online ticket fees have been waived. Tickets can be purchased online at: https://www.mdsci.org/visit/pricing-tickets/ A limited number of daily tickets will be available for in-person walkup purchase.

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The Maryland Zoo: The zoo will reopen to members only starting on Wednesday, June 24 and then expand to the general public on Saturday, June 27.

The National Aquarium: The Inner Harbor attraction is set to reopen on July 1.

Government

Maryland Transit Administration: Which limited service in March on its buses, subway, light rail and trains to curb the spread of the coronavirus, will begin the process of restoring more normal service in July, officials said Tuesday. The MARC Train’s Penn, Camden and Brunswick lines will resume their regularly scheduled service, beginning Monday, July 13. The commuter bus will operate on an “S” schedule beginning that day, and regular service is set to resume on July 27,

Local buses, the Baltimore Metro and light rail will resume their regular summer weekday and weekend schedules beginning Sunday, July 12, the MTA announced.

Sports

Reisterstown Sportsplex: The arena will reopen on June 29. As part of our safety protocols we’re having everyone register ahead of time for Freestyle and Stick and Puck Sessions. View available times and get all the re-opening details on our website. https://www.rtownsports.com/

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