The Martha's Vineyard Museum will reopen to members June 30 and to the public July 3, according to a museum announcement. Admission is free and the hours of operation will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday through Sunday.

While the museum buildings remain closed, outdoor exhibitions will include the catboat Vanity, Sun-Bird sculpture, Rose Styron Garden with rockwork by Lew French and Doherty Hall, a collection of larger artifacts. Three "inside-out" exhibits will mounted in the building windows. Guided campus tours will be offered twice daily, with 48 hours advance reservation required.

More information and visitor guidelines can be found at