Connecticut Science Center reopens to general public with restrictions

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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The Connecticut Science Center is getting back to business. The popular downtown Hartford attraction has now reopened to the general public amid the ongoing pandemic – with some changes.

The CT Science Center reopened to members only on June 20 and Corporate Rewards Partner Employees June 25, but Sunday, June 28 the Science Center reopened for the general public.

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First, you’ll have to reserve a specific time slot for your visit by buying your tickets online. This helps employees limit capacity inside the building to keep your family safe. You’ll also have to wear a mask and get your temperature checked when you enter.

The Mystic Aquarium, too, has opened its doors to the public during Phase 2. Amusement parks in the state are set to open to the public in July.

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