Tryon Palace will open their gardens to the public on June 9 with some precautions in place. In an effort to protect staff and visitors, occupancy and hours of operation will be limited. The palace will also provide hand sanitizer stations and protective barriers at ticket sales desks and Museum Store cash registers. Visitors are also asked to practice social distancing measures, including wearing a mask and standing six feet apart. Tryon Palace, Kitchen Office, Stanly House, and Dixon House as well as the exhibits in the North Carolina History Center will remain closed.