After a 15-month closure because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Penn State All-Sports activities Museum is ready to reopen on Tuesday, July 6, Penn State Athletics announced Friday afternoon.
The museum might be open six days per week from Tuesday to Sunday. Hours will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday by means of Saturday and midday to 4 p.m. on Sundays.
“After a protracted 15 months, we’re thrilled to have the ability to welcome the general public again to the All-Sports activities Museum and to proceed our mission of sharing and preserving Penn State’s athletic previous,” Ken Hickman, the museum’s director, stated. “We’d prefer to thank those that have helped us attain this level, in addition to those that have helped promote the Museum and its mission throughout the closure.”
Upon reopening, the museum will function a particular exhibit titled “Unbeaten & Uncrowned: 11 Groups 100 Years.” Following Penn State soccer’s inaugural season in 1887, this system has had 11 undefeated groups that weren’t acknowledged as nationwide champions. Unbeaten & Uncrowned will spotlight these 11 groups and the gamers concerned.
These fascinated about guided excursions or stadium excursions can contact the museum’s workplace at 814-865-0044. Moreover, particular occasions and programming for the museum will return all through the summer time, and people ought to regulate the museum’s social media channels for extra info.
Admission to the All-Sports activities Museum is by urged donations of $5 for adults and $3 for college kids, youngsters, and seniors.