After months of being closed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Naper Settlement will reopen Tuesday with free general admission through Aug. 23, new mobile and guided tours and new exhibits.

To accommodate social distancing and safety guides established in the Restore Illinois Plain, the Naperville history museum at Aurora Avenue and Webster Street has modified all areas of its operations.

For example, admission and timed tours and programs will be available in limited capacity and on a first-come, first-served basis.

All visitors also must wear a face mask over their nose and mouth when inside buildings, when social distancing of six feet cannot be maintained outdoors and when instructed by Naper Settlement staff.

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SOURCE ( Suzanne Baker / Chicago Tribune )