Heritage Museums & Gardens reopen with online games, automobiles and a Wampanoag wetu

Spring sounds and sights are in the air, as pursuits both equally indoors and out will welcome people starting Saturday for a new period at Heritage Museums & Gardens in Sandwich.

With easing of the state’s COVID-19 constraints, the museums and gardens will be “fully open” this season, states Heritage President and CEO Anne Scott-Putney. State rules will let 50% capacity, and all structures will be open up for indoor site visitors. Only the historic carousel is nonetheless unavailable, owing to COVID protocols.

Final year, in the first season of the pandemic, site visitors were eager to consider advantage of Heritage’s expansive 100-acre vistas, suggests Scott-Putney. A go to to Heritage turned out to be “an antidote to the constraints of currently being indoors,” and website visitors have been joyful to expend a day in “a location that felt normal” all through COVID’s not-standard times.