SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- After being closed for nearly two months, the USS Midway Museum is reopening to the public on Monday.
With the reopening, numerous health and safety measures -- including hand sanitizer stations and plexiglass barriers -- will be in place. All guests and employees will be subject to temperature checks, and face masks will be required for every guest and museum worker.
Museum officials said reservations will have to be made in order to manage guest capacity. Ticket information can be found on this link.
ABC 10News learned museum officials are focusing the experience on the flight deck and hangar deck to allow for fresh air and plenty of social distancing space.
The museum is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.