MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After closing to the public for months due to COVID-19, Como Zoo will reopen on July 29.

The opening will not come without changes: visitors must reserve one of the 250 spots beforehand and wear a face covering. Inside the zoo, organizers have created a one-way walking path beginning at Cleveland Court and ending at the Charlotte Partridge Ordway Japanese Garden.

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Those who wish to only see the zoo can leave before entering the conservatory; those wishing to visit just the conservatory will have the option to bypass the zoo. The conservatory has been open since June 22.

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Como Zoo will be open every day between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

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Reservations are valid for up to four people, including infants and children. To reserve your spot, click here.