Glenstone Museum in Potomac has reopened as an outdoor-only experience on Thursday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Visitors will be allowed in groups no larger than 5 at a time, and each group is scheduled to arrive at least 15 minutes apart. Masks are required, and different groups must remain 6 feet apart.
Indoor facilities such as bathrooms and dining areas are closed, and certain paths have been modified to reduce foot traffic. All visitors must be 12 or older and all minors (ages 12-17) must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Glenstone Museum originally opened in 2006 and currently offers numerous outdoor sculptures across nearly 300 acres of landscaped land. The museum provides an interactive experience with art, architecture, and nature, and walking shoes are recommended when visiting.
Tickets are free of charge and are released for reservations on Glenstone.org at 10 a.m. every Monday in two-week increments.
Photos courtesy of Glenstone Museum facebook page.
By Lexi Shapiro