Masks will be required, social distancing will be encouraged and visitor capacity will be capped below the allowed 50%.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Heinz History Center announced it’s reopening this weekend after the state’s temporary COVID-19 restrictions were lifted Monday.

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The History Center, Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum and Fort Pitt Museum will reopen to the public Saturday, Jan. 9.

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There will be safety protocols in place like requiring masks, encouraging social distancing and capping visitor capacity to below the allowed 50%.

Visitors are strongly encouraged to purchase timed tickets ahead of time, but they’ll also be available at the door.

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Right now the four Carnegie Museums are open. Buying a timed ticket before visiting is required.