LOS ANGELES, Calif. (FOX 11) - The Griffith Observatory will reopen to the public on Tuesday after closing for two weeks due to four major projects involving construction along the roads and at the Observatory building.
The Observatory was closed from April 22 through May 6. During that time there were no public activities at the Observatory. Vehicles and bicyclists were unable to access East and West Observatory Roads, the Observatory's parking lot or Vermont Canyon Road past the Greek Theatre.
According to officials with the Observatory, four major projects have been underway since late February and will be complete in late May, including:
The Observatory will be officially open to the public starting at 12 p.m. on Tuesday.