Harley-Davidson Museum closes to public until 2021
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Harley-Davidson Museum announced Friday, Nov. 20, they will be closed to the public at least until Jan. 3.
Additionally, the museum's holiday weekend sale originally scheduled for Nov. 27-29 is postponed for a later date.
Museum officials say the announcement came after assessing the city of Milwaukee's order 4.2 plan and the surge in COVID-19 cases.
They will monitor the situation and determine a later reopening date in 2021.
MOTOR® Bar & Restaurant will also close including carry-out and delivery operations, and will reopen when it’s deemed safe to do so.
Beginning Friday, November 20, 2020, the Harley-Davidson Museum campus will be closed to the public until at least January 3, 2021. The H-D Museum has made this decision in an effort to help keep guests and staff safe. Info: https://t.co/IxPzlTawHg— H-D Museum (@hdmuseum) November 20, 2020
#HarleyDavidson #HDMuseum pic.twitter.com/5uM6yOIX76