GLENDORA, CA – June 25, 2020 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – The Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum, closed since March 1 due to COVID-19, will be reopening to the public on Wednesday July 1. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.
The Museum will be following all of the Los Angeles County Department of Health guidelines and will be putting additional precautions in place. Museum employees will be equipped with personal protective equipment; plexiglass panels will be installed at the ticket counter and gift shop; the museum will enhance sanitizing procedures; and a clear flow path will be marked for visitors to help implement social distancing.
The Museum will be following the L.A. County recommended guidelines for the safety of the guests, employees, and volunteers. All guests will be required to wear face masks and encouraged to wash/sanitize their hands before entering the Museum. Most importantly, guests are encouraged stay at home if they are feeling sick.
The Museum truly appreciates the support of the members, donors, sponsors, employees, and volunteers during this most challenging time.
About Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum:
Housed in a 28,500-square-foot building on the edge of the historic Los Angeles County Fairplex, the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum’s mission is to celebrate the impact of motorsports on our culture. We collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the vehicles, stories, and artifacts that represent our affection for, and the influence of, automotive speed and style in all its forms. We are the place to view and learn about hot rods, customs, racecars and speed records, and the West Coast’s role as the historic center for their past and present development.
Source: National Hot Rod Association