Kelsey Eby, left, and her mother, Marye Eby, play with a plasma sphere at the Clark Planetarium in Salt Lake City on Tuesday.
The planetarium, which closed to the public in late November due to increased cases of COVID-19, has reopened with security measures in place.
Customers can view the planetarium’s free exhibits from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., seven days a week, and tickets to educational documentaries and featured shows, presented in the afternoon, will be available for purchase for 7 days a week. $.
Space is limited and reservations are required – even for free exhibitions – and can be made at clarkplanetarium.org.
Guests should adhere to COVID-19 safety protocols, including wearing masks and following social distancing recommendations. Additionally, COVID-19 capacity building guidelines apply, so visitors are encouraged to book early. Walk-in visitors will not be allowed at this time.
“We are proud of the work we have done over the past year – especially with regard to our online educational programs and community outreach efforts,” said Lindsie Smith, director of the planetarium, in a statement. “But we also know the experience in person – feeling the…
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