CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – Business in Ohio gets another boost this week with the reopening of some of the area’s top attractions.
Long live rock! The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame reopens Monday, June 15.
You’ll need to buy your tickets in advance online.
The Rock Hall will have a limited capacity and will require all guests and staff to wear masks.
The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opens June 17.
You’ll need a reservation, but you won’t need a mask.
The zoo will be operating at 25% capacity and will keep some facilities closed.
Jack Casino reopens Friday, June 19.
According to its social media accounts, poker will not reopen at that time, but the facility reports that it is in progress.
They’ll open at 6 a.m.
The number of players at each table game will be limited.
Jack Thistledown also reopens Friday at the same time.
Kalahari Resorts is scheduled to reopen its indoor waterparks on June 19.
At that point, the company says all of its facilities will have reopened.
The exhibit Body World Rx will open to the public at Great Lakes Science Center Friday.
They’ll require masks and temperature checks.
The full facility will reopen in July.
MGM Northfield opens June 20.
They’ll open at 50% capacity Saturday.
You can read their safety plan here.
Most of these businesses have been closed since March due to the spread of coronavirus.
More information from the State of Ohio on requirements for all facilities here.