The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland will be reopening its doors to the public for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic on June 15.

The Rock Hall shared on Twitter, “We are thrilled to welcome fans back and reopen on June 15th. Working closely with health experts, we have new health & safety protocols in place. Advance tickets will be required and are available online only.”

The Rock Hall has instituted a number of safety protocols when they reopen including “daily continuous cleaning, hand sanitizing stations throughout the building, safe social distancing, temperature checks prior to entry, masks required of staff and fans, limited capacity with timed ticketing, plexiglass shields at check out and credit card/mobile payment only.”

The Rock Hall is also treating healthcare workers and their families to a free admission day on Sunday, June 14, the day before they open back up to the general public. Complete details can be found at

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