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Atlanta Botanical Garden prepares to open more exhibits with new safety guidelines

ATLANTA — The Atlanta Botanical Garden’s outdoor spaces are now back open, but with some changes to help keep visitors safe.

The popular Midtown attraction reopened outdoor attractions to the general public May 23. The gardens also extended summer hours from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Mondays set aside for members only.

Beginning June 15, indoor spaces will reopen with limited hours and reduced occupancy.

The Lou Glenn Children's Garden will remain closed until further notice.

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The Atlanta Botanical Garden has switched to a timed ticketing system to limit the number of guests. The garden will allow a limited number of guests every 15 minutes.

All guests must reserve tickets on the garden’s website here.

Atlanta Botanical Garden stated all their staff and volunteers will wear masks. Guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks or face coverings and those will be required inside restrooms.

Guests are also asked to follow social distancing guidelines and stay 6 feet apart.

The garden will not offer wheelchairs or motorized scooters at this time.