The Music City staple will open their doors to members-only first, on June 22. Following that and “continued improvement/stability of Davidson County COVID-19 metrics,” they will open to the general public on July 1 — but there is a catch. To enter the Frist, you will need to buy an advance time ticket. This will make your visit contactless. It will also help make social distancing possible.
“We look forward to reopening our building as a welcoming and respectful environment for civil discourse, learning, and solace. We are very happy to be able to keep all of our current exhibitions beyond their original closing dates.”
They do ask that visitors take a few minutes before their visit to read more about their cleaning procedures and new protocols here.
Like many other nonprofits in our city, the Frist was hit hard during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are asking for donations to help them in this time of need. If you are able, find out more here.