Museum of Tomorrow Reopens in Rio After Nearly Six Months Closed

The museum's video Cosmos, shown in a 360-degree dome projection, now includes new sensations guided by the experience of the pandemic.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Museum of Tomorrow, at Mauá Square, Rio de Janeiro's port area, reopened to the public yesterday, September 5th, after being closed for almost six months. Activities were suspended on March 16th, as a result of social isolation measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

As health prevention measures, recommended by the International Council of Museums, the institution is taking visitors' temperature and demanding the wearing of masks. The museum has also stepped up the sanitation of interactive equipment, provided sanitizer points and mats and changed the exhibition's route, eliminating the option of . . .

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