After a yearlong closure, the New York Transit Museum has reopened

New York Transit Museum
The New York Transit Museum is located in Brooklyn and features an impressive collection of historic rolling stock. (Photo by Todd DeFeo)

The New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn has reopened following a yearlong closure amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“After what might only be described as the most challenging 16 months in the Museum’s history, I am pleased to share that the New York Transit Museum will reopen our main location in mid-August,” New York Transit Museum Director Concetta Bencivenga said in a news release. “We cannot wait to see visitors experience our fantastic vintage fleet and our wonderful exhibits in person – it’s been a long time coming.”

The New York Transit Museum’s initial reopening hours will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays through Sundays.

Advanced tickets and mask-wearing are required for admission. Additionally, the museum said new health and safety procedures are in place.

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