On Saturday, the National Gallery of Art will reopen its Sculpture Garden, which includes this sculpture by Roy Lichtenstein.

WASHINGTON — The National Gallery of Art will open its six-acre Sculpture Garden to visitors on Saturday, marking the first step of a multiphase comeback from the museum’s coronavirus closure.

The second phase, with a date still undetermined, will include the opening of the ground floor of the West Building. The East Building will remain closed for several months to prepare for a major renovation.

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