KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Alcatraz East Crime Museum honoring Tennessee crime solvers in their newest exhibit.
Opening next week, a temporary exhibit showcasing the important work the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation does statewide. The exhibit will also look at the agency’s most interesting and complex cases — solved and unsolved — through the years.
That exhibit will be on display for the next year. It opens Monday, July 13.
Of note is that Alcatraz East Crime Museum now has a number of safety protocols in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The museum has reduced hours, enhanced cleaning and social distancing protocols in place. Employees are also screened when they arrive and are required to wear masks.
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