Miami Seaquarium has reopened after a three-month closure due to COVID-19

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Joining its land-based competitor Zoo Miami, the Miami Seaquarium has reopened to the public after being closed for more than three months.

On Saturday, the Seaquarium, 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, opened its doors again after closing on March 13 due to the escalating novel coronavirus pandemic.

In order to reopen, the aquatic zoo has taken precautions similar to other theme parks around Florida. At the Seaquarium, face coverings and temperature checks are required, it will run at reduced capacity and hand sanitizer stations have been placed throughout the park.

Tickets will only be sold online, and guests are required to buy them online.

Other fun attractions have also been opening up around South Florida.

After being closed for months because of the coronavirus pandemic, casinos, arcades, bowling alleys and museums in Miami-Dade and Broward are reopening. Some businesses that are open include Casino Miami, GameTime and Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science.

A few movie theaters have also decided to reopen, such as ShowBiz Cinemas in Homestead, which is a 3-in-1 entertainment center that includes a theater, arcade and bowling alley; Savor Cinema in Fort Lauderdale; and Cinema Paradiso in Hollywood