Indoor entertainment is coming back to Westchester County. Yesterday Governor Cuomo announced that bowling alleys in New York State will be allowed to reopen starting Monday, August 24th. Strict safety protocols are required and include a 50 percent maximum occupancy limit, face coverings and social distancing.
In addition, every other lane must be closed, people need to stay with their party at their assigned lane, thorough cleaning and disinfection of shared or rented equipment will be required between each use, and all food service must follow all state-issued guidance. Due to restrictions on indoor dining, food and beverage service will not be allowed in New York City bowling alleys.
Details and operating hours vary by alley.
Bowling Alleys in Westchester County
47 Tarrytown Rd., White Plains, NY
2192 Crompond Rd, Cortlandt, NY
938 Saw Mill River Rd, Yonkers NY
FunFuzion Rock N'Bowl
29 LeCount Place, New Rochelle, NY
Life The Place to Be (Mini Bowling)
2 Lawrence Street, Ardsley, NY
333 North Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, NY
While some museums have opened in Westchester County, the Governor also announced that New York City museums and other low-risk cultural institutions can reopen starting Monday, August 24th. The institutions include museums, aquariums, and other low-risk indoor cultural arts. All institutions that reopen will be subject to state guidance. These institutions must obey strict safety protocols, including a 25 percent maximum occupancy limit, timed ticketing required with pre-set, staggered entry, strict enforcement of face coverings, social distancing, controlled traffic flow to avoid crowding, and enhanced cleaning and disinfection protocols.
Museums in Westchester County
Hudson River Museum & Planetarium
511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY
Westchester Children's Museum
100 Playland Parkway in Rye, NY
See the full list of art museums, historical sites and nearby aquariums, including NYC here.
Learn more about the reopening plans for the best kids' museums in NYC here.
"New York City's world-class cultural institutions have long provided comfort and creativity for generations of people in one of the world's most vibrant places, and when the COVID-19 pandemic began to threaten the city and this nation, it was especially heartbreaking to see them close their doors," Governor Cuomo said. "This pandemic is far from over, but we've determined that institutions can reopen if they adhere to strict state guidance and take every precaution to keep visitors safe, and I look forward to seeing them inspire New Yorkers once again. I'm also happy to report that we will be able to open bowling alleys across the state with strict safety protocols in place, providing a level of fun and recreation at a time when New Yorkers really need it."
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