Masks are not required to visit our museum but feel free to wear them if you feel more comfortable! Our cleaning protocols remain in place.
We are encouraging everyone to reserve admission tickets online. Walk-ups are not guaranteed.
The safety and wellness of our visitors is incredibly important to us. Please keep reading to learn more about how we are working to keep everyone as safe as possible while learning and playing at the Discovery Museum!
A few things you need to know before visiting…
The Discovery Museum continues to be open to the public on Wednesday – Saturday from 9:30 am-3:30 pm. The museum will close at 3:30 pm for cleaning, so please plan accordingly.
Procedures to keep us all safe!
In an effort to continue to keep our visitors and staff health and safe during these play sessions, we ask that all visitors abide by the following protocols:
- We ask that you not visit if you’ve had a fever in the last 24 hours, have shown any signs of illness or have been in contact with anyone showing signs of illness.
- Use hand-washing or sanitizing stations throughout your visit.
BY PURCHASING A TICKET, WE ACKNOWLEDGE THAT:
- No member of our party has been recently diagnosed with COVID-19.
- No member of our party is currently exhbiting symptoms of COVID-19.
- No member of our party has had recent direct contact with anyone known to have COVID-19.
The Discovery Museum has always been acutely aware of cleanliness, sanitizing exhibits and museum spaces to ensure a healthy environment. Daily cleaning happens each day with deep cleaning twice a week by a professional company.
Either print your confirmation at home or show confirmation on your device at check-in. Tickets will be posted 10 days in advance.
Members reserving tickets online, your Member discount will be applied at checkout. You must create a login and register on the website using the email you used to purchase your membership in order to receive your discount.
Museums for All patrons can purchase at the door.
Museums for All allows those receiving food assistance (SNAP benefits) reduced admission to more than 500 museums throughout the United States simply by presenting their EBT card.