COVID-19 UPDATE

We're Reopening June 5

The Monmouth Museum is taking steps to ensure that we reopen with the safety of our guests and staff as our priority. Should you have any questions, please feel free to email us at info@monmouthmuseum.org.
 

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How has the Museum prepared to reopen safely?

We’re committed to doing everything we can to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our visitors and staff! In addition to standard social distancing measures, we have upgraded our bathrooms with many auto/touchless features, added sanitizer stations throughout the Museum, and upgraded our air filtration system. We are relying heavily on CDC and local health department information in establishing safety and will continue to make the health of our visitors and staff our priority.   

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Are masks required?

Yes, all staff and guests over the age of 24 months are required to wear face masks that cover the nose and mouth while on Museum property. Masks will not be provided by the Museum.  

READ OUR LATEST MASK UPDATE

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Will you do a screening when we arrive?

Yes, when arriving for your reserved timeframe check-in, you and your guests will have their temperatures checked using a touchless thermometer. If a guest has a temperature over 99.5°F or any cold/virus symptoms, they will not be able to be admitted to the Museum. They will be offered the opportunity to call and change their reservation for a future date. You will also be asked questions regarding recent potential exposure to COVID-19. Please be patient as the check-in process will take slightly longer than you may be used to.  

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How will you keep the Museum clean?

Throughout the day, our staff will be disinfecting high-touch surfaces with sanitizing cleaning products. Additionally, in an effort to keep our visitors and staff as safe as possible, we installed an iWave air purifier in our facility's HVAC system. The purifier emits ions at a level that will properly kill viruses, bacteria and mold, and other pathogens, neutralizing airborne particles of the flu and COVID-19.