Goole Museum has reopened and the team are looking forward to welcoming visitors back.
The popular 'Glam and Gloom' exhibition about Britain in the 1970s has been extended until 15 August.
Museum Curator Debbie Hardy said: "It has been a very popular exhibition, and I am pleased to be able to extend the end date, so anyone who missed it because of lockdown now has a few more weeks to come and see it. So get your platform boots on, don that Afghan coat and space hop down and have a look.
"We are working on organising Open Art at the moment, which will be a little bit different this year. More details will be revealed very shortly, so watch this space or visit the website or Facebook page to find out more.
"We have removed our hands-on activities and put social distancing measures in place to make your visit safe."
Visit East Riding Museums website to see how the museum has prepared for visitor safety.
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