After being shut down for the second time in November due to the pandemic, The Harley-Davidson museum reopened Friday, March 5.
Bikers and motorcycle lovers will be able to visit the Harley-Davidson Museum after nearly four months of lockdown.
“To close up the doors of the Harley Davidson Museum was so heartbreaking, but just makes it that much more satisfying to open back up again,” Public Relations and Project Manager Tim McCormick said for Fox News.
All precautions are in place to keep visitors safe, with sanitation stations all over the place. Masks are mandatory for visitors while they aren’t at their table.
The museum worked on a lot of projects before the shutdown, including a new off-road exhibit which was ready to go live just a day before they had to close.
The exhibit is called “Off-road Harley-Davidson,” and it showcases the thrill of riding in rough terrain. It is open, alongside the moto bar and the restaurant.
Visitors are encouraged to buy their tickets online. For more information, visit their site.
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