Courtesy of Glenstone Museum
Originally Published by DCist on 05/29/2020
Written By: Mikaela Lefrak
One of the first signs of the reopening of Washington region’s art world came on Friday morning when the Glenstone Museum in Potomac, Md. announced its plans to partially reopen next week.
Starting on June 4, visitors will be allowed to explore the museum’s extensive grounds Thursdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are free.
“This decision was made following Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich’s announcement that the county will enter phase one of its reopening plan on Monday, June 1,” a museum spokesperson wrote in a release.
“Because there are no indoor amenities, experiencing Glenstone during this period will be like a visit to a park,” the spokesperson wrote. “Be prepared to spend the entire visit on your feet, bring your own water bottles, check the forecast before you arrive, and carry your garbage out with you.”
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