Union Terminal announces full building closure before reopening

. August 20, 2018

CINCINNATI – As Union Terminal approaches the final weeks of its historic restoration, the entire building will close October 22 through November 1 to finalize all building systems and prepare for its future use. Portions of the building will reopen to the public November 2.

The Duke Energy Children’s Museum, Chocolate: The Exhibition and GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World will reopen to the public on November 2.

November 17 is the anticipated public opening of Union Terminal’s grand Rotunda, historic spaces, Holiday Junction featuring the Duke Energy Holiday Trains and the first phase of new permanent galleries: the Museum of Natural History & Science’s Dinosaur Hall and Cincinnati History Museum’s Public Landing. The Duke Energy Children’s Museum, Chocolate: The Exhibition and GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World will also be open.

Union Terminal is nearing the completion of the first full structural restoration in its 85-year history. The two-and-a-half year, $224 million restoration will preserve the legacy of the National Historic Landmark and secure the future of Cincinnati Museum Center housed within.

For more information, visit cincymuseum.org

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