The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum reopened its doors to visitors on Friday, the museum announced. The non-profit museum located in Knoxville, Iowa, had been closed since March.
The museum is following COVID-19 precautions and guidelines handed down by the governor of Iowa and the Iowa Department of Public Health.
The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum advises those who are sick, or those who are especially susceptible to severe complications with the virus, to refrain from visiting at this time.
“We have been very busy here at the museum even though our doors have been closed,” said National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum Executive Director, Bob Baker. “We’re excited about the prospects of visitors but want them to be advised to practice social distancing and take care to use hand sanitizers and stay safe.”
Museum Coordinator, Bill Wright, adds, “Visitors are the lifeblood of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum. We hope they enjoy our ‘Salute to Champion Greg Hodnett’ exhibit and all the other things that the museum has to offer while staying safe. We’ve been working hard to make a great experience for all visitors, and we can’t wait to see them. However, we want them to be advised that activities like the iRacing simulator, climbing in our Rick Ferkel ‘sit-in’ car and the touchscreens will be off-limits at least for a while.”
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