SAN MARINO (CBSLA) — The Huntington Library has reopened, but there are limits and changes.

The Huntington reopened its gardens to its members Wednesday, and will open to the public on July 1.

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Visitors are being asked to stay away if they feel sick, and people who do visit will be required to undergo temperature checks and urged to keep 6 feet apart from other people, wearing face coverings and wash their hands often.

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Guest passes are not being permitted during the June member reopening, and all guest passes will require advance reservations starting in July. Non-member tickets will be available for purchase starting on June 28.

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While the Huntington’s extensive gardens have reopened, the Children’s Garden, research library and several galleries will remain closed.