Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center set to reopen
After being closed for two and a half months, the Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center plans to reopen to the public this Monday, June 1. The Chamber wants to be ready to support and serve local businesses in preparation for Virginia reopening to the traveling public.
The Chamber has implemented new measures to ensure everyone’s safety, including physical distancing with “X” markers on the floor, restrictions on the number of visitors allowed in the building at once and temperature checks for staff prior to their shift. All employees and visitors will be required to wear masks inside the building. More details on the safety measures being taken can be found here.
The Train Museum and the board room will remain closed to the public.
The building will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Sunday.
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