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No buildings and new rules, but Morton Arboretum becomes first to re-open after coronavirus closure

The arboretum on Monday, though, was markedly different from the one that visitors would have seen a year ago. While outdoor spaces are open, the Visitor Center, which includes the cafe and shop, remains closed, as do all other buildings. New fences, designed to keep people from congregating, surround the wooden sculptures that comprise the popular “Troll Hunt” exhibition; the trolls themselves got a reprieve when an exhibit that was to replace them this month was postponed a year.

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