Like many businesses, Atlanta attractions had to temporarily close their doors due to the spread of COVID-19. Now, many are beginning to reopen with new measures in place, including capacity limitations, reduced hours, timed ticketing, social distancing, and some require masks.
For members and front-line workers, The High Museum of Art is open through July 17, then for the general public beginning July 18. Atlanta History Center has reopened indoor exhibitions, including the “Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow” traveling exhibition, as well as the Goizueta Gardens. And NETHERWORLD’s escape room games and laser tag arena are now open.