The Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center will reopen its doors Saturday, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
According to a news release, to ensure the health and safety of staff, volunteers and visitors, the center will operate at 25% capacity, allowing 10 guests inside at a time every 15 minutes.
Complimentary masks will be provided to all guests who want them, and the center will have regular professional cleaning, apply antimicrobial coatings and conduct wellness checks and require masks for staff and volunteers.
The reopening will also feature new mannequins in the center's exhibit gallery including one of TSgt. Charles Coolidge that was delayed due to the pandemic, according to the release.
Like the center, other area attractions have reopened or are in the process of reopening with precautions for COVID-19, including capacity limitations, this week.
Rock City reopened on a restricted basis on May 18 to season ticket holders and is now open to the general public as of May 21. Ruby Falls also invited guests back on Tuesday, May 19.