Here’s what’s closed Monday due to the snowstorm

From museums to libraries to shopping malls.

Boston snowstorm
Shari Franzetta of Boston protects herself from the snow on Clarendon Street in Boston on March 2, 2019. Craig F. Walker/Globe file

A March snowstorm has closed Boston schools, as well as many school districts across the state.

Mayor Marty Walsh announced that the Boston Public Library and City Hall would be closed on Monday, and that only public safety, emergency management, and snow operations personnel should report to work.

Museums and other cultural institutions across the city, such as the Boston Children’s Museum, JFK Library, and Franklin Park Zoo, posted their Monday closures on social media.

The Museum of Science announced that it would open its exhibit halls at 11 a.m., but theaters and special programs would not operate on Monday. The New England Aquarium will open at 11 a.m.


Several shopping areas have announced delayed openings as well. For example, Wrentham Village Premium Outlets will open at 2 p.m., and the Merrimack Premium Outlets in Merrimack, N.H. will open at 1 p.m.