The Baltimore Museum of Art took a step toward reopening Saturday as they started welcoming back small groups of visitors. For the first time since November, the Baltimore Museum of Art had visitors. “It’s a very special opportunity,” Anne Brown, with the Baltimore Museum of Art, said. “We wanted to make it as safe as possible to do so.” While it’s not open to the public, small groups of up to eight people could reserve a time slot to see a limited selection of exhibitions and galleries.
Baltimore Museum Of Art Welcomes Back Small Groups Of Visitors After Closure Caused By COVID-19 Pandemic
February 7, 2021