Visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture just got a little easier.
This September, visitors will not need timed-entry passes to visit the museum on weekdays, the museum announced Tuesday.
If you're hoping to tour the museum's halls on a weekend, you're still going to need a pass. Timed passes for September will be available June 6 at 9 a.m.
But you'll have to grab them fast.
Access to the museum has been in high demand since it opened in September 2016. Timed passes are free, but they get snapped up quickly when they are released to the public.
For the past two months, the museum has been testing passless entry on Wednesdays.
The museum will continue to require advance timed passes for groups of 10 or more. Same-day timed-entry passes will not be available on weekdays in September, the museum said.