What’s open and closed on Labor Day 2020

As of July 2020, there were more than 159 million people in the US civilian labor force — and, in honor of the federal holiday, many of them are taking the day off this Monday, September 7.

To help you navigate Labor Day, here’s a list of what businesses are open and closed:


  • Target — Open regular hours
  • Walmart — Open regular hours
  • Kroger– Open regular hours
  • Trader Joe’s — Open regular hours
  • Movie theaters — Some movie theaters are open, depending on coronavirus restrictions in your state. Call your local theater to check.
  • Zoos — Open regular hours
  • Malls — Most malls and department stores are open. Call your local stores to check.
  • National parks — Some National Parks across the US are open. Call before visiting the park.


  • Government buildings — Anything government-owned, such as the DMV and public libraries, is most likely closed.
  • Banks — Financial institutions are generally closed, although ATMs are always available if you need to deposit a check or get some cash.
  • Post office — The US Postal Service will not deliver mail Monday, and US post offices are closed as well.
  • FedEx — Offices will be open with modified hours, but there will be no deliveries on Labor Day.
  • Museums — If you plan to visit a museum, call to make sure it isn’t closed. While some museums are open, others aren’t.

The best way to confirm whether a business or institution is open is to call ahead.

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