PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Betsy Ross House is reopening to visitors Tuesday. The coronavirus pandemic shut down the Old City landmark in March.
During that time, officials implemented a number of new protocols to keep guests and staff safe.
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The @BetsyRossHouse is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 10am – 4pm and features new visitor experiences in the Courtyard and self-guided tours of the historic house. Tickets can be purchased in advance online ➡️ https://t.co/TRSCCCukX1 pic.twitter.com/AS5NPtuGXt
— Historic Philly (@HistoricPhilly) August 8, 2020
That includes limiting the number of visitors allowed at the landmark to meet Betsy and take pictures.READ MORE: West Philly Double Shooting Leaves 30-Year-Old Man Dead, Teen Hospitalized: Police
The operating hours have also been reduced to allow for additional cleaning.MORE NEWS: Police Investigating Series Of Gunpoint Robberies In Center City, West Philadelphia
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