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Destinations and Attractions Announce

Reopening Plans

After months of closures, destinations and attractions throughout America and other parts of the world are getting the green light to resume operations. Here’s a look at some places that will soon be open and welcoming visitors again.

Disney Springs

Opened on May 20, this shopping and dining district is the first part of Disney’s Orlando properties to resume operations.

Elvis Presley’s Graceland

On May 21, Graceland in Memphis reopened with limited capacity and social distancing measures that will make the experience more intimate.

Myrtle Beach Attractions

South Carolina’s governor has allowed tourism attractions — including museums, shops theaters and other Myrtle Beach favorites — to open beginning today.

Sandals Resorts

To the delight of many beach lovers, Sandals Resorts has announced that it will open most of its all-inclusive resorts throughout the Caribbean beginning June 4.

The Ark Encounter

Kentucky’s famous re-creation of Noah’s Ark, along with its sister attraction the Creation Museum, will open for guests on June 8.

American Queen Cruises

American Queen expects to resume some of its domestic river cruises on June 21 with limited capacity and enhanced health protocols.