Guide to the Region’s Reopening Attractions

 Guide to the Region’s Reopening Attractions

When local attractions open, what the rules are and more

As local attractions start to reopen, it can be hard to keep track of what’s happening. When does each place open? What are the rules? And do I have to wear a mask? We’ve gathered that information and more to help you keep up with where you can go and when.

Boonshoft Museum

Opens today to members, general public TBA

Advanced reservations are not required, but entry will be timed every 10 minutes to help the museum track capacity. All staff will wear masks and visitors will be encouraged to wear them. Several exhibits are closed including the Hall of the Universe and the Main Exhibit Hall.

Carillon Historical Park

Open to general public

The park has opened with regular hours and pricing. It will be following the state’s safety protocols and social distancing guidelines in its museums and restaurants. Staff will be wearing masks but visitors are not required to do so. Tickets can still be purchased at the gate, but the park is recommending doing so online beforehand for a touchless experience.

Kings Island

Opens to season passholders July 2, general public July 12

Each visitor must make a reservation and complete a pre-visit health screening declaration 24 hours before they visit the park. All guests and staff members are required to wear masks and will have to go through a touchless temperature screening before they can enter the park. Social distancing markers will be throughout the park, including ride queue lines.

National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

Opens July 1

Visitors will be asked to enter the museum via a new entrance to the right of traditional entrance. All visitors 3 and up will be required to wear masks. No guided tours will be offered. Water fountains will not be available but visitors can bring in one clear sealed water bottle up to 20 ounces.

SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park

Opens today

Admission has been reduced to $5 and children under 6 are still free. Masks are not required but are encouraged inside the gift shop. The indoor exhibit and theater will remain closed.