Good news has finally been shared for all Meow Wolf fans to rejoice about. Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, New Mexico, was excited about getting the clear to re-open an exhibit of theirs. A lot of us enjoyed tripping out wandering around a unique house full of creativity.

The House of Eternal Return was given the go-ahead to open their doors after staying closed for an entire year. But the staff aren't the only ones excited so are the visitors. Almost everyone who has visited the House of Eternal Return had been hoping to return to that exhibit after COVID-19 was the cause for the shutdown.

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The staff at Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, New Mexico is taking every precaution to protect your safety. They will continue to do temperature checks, enforce face masks, and controlling the capacity limit. But those weren't the only safety protocols that were put in place at Meow Wolf.

Meow Wolf had to make some adjustments to their exhibit in order to protect their guests. For example, they have set up artistic sanitation areas to keep your hands germ-free. They even went as far as upgrading their ventilation system inside the House of Eternal Return.

So if you've been wanting to get lost again inside the House of Eternal Return or climb through a clothes dryer, you can. New Mexicans and even Texans are stoked about Meow Wolf re-opening the House of Eternal Return after its hiatus. If you've NEVER been to Meow Wolf, their video above will give you a little tour of its House of Eternal Return. Share your opinion below if you plan on visiting Meow Wolf anytime soon.

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