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Our Reopening Plan

We are excited to open our doors to our guests and members again! Our top priority is the safety and health of our staff and guests. So as much as we are excited to welcome you back, we are playing safely with a limited capacity and new timeslot reservations. Please see the information below to plan your visit.

CLEAN     SAFE     FUN

Health, safety and FUN are our top priorities. What are we doing to ensure your safety and what new procedures have been implemented?

 

Here is what you you need to know...  

Operating Hours

NEW SCHEDULE AS OF SEPT 15th!

(2) timeslots available each day. Now open five days a week. There will be a 1 hour gap between timeslots for sanitation and preparation. 

Closed: Monday and Tuesday  

Wednesday-Friday 

Operations:    9:00AM-4:00PM

Timeslots:       9:00AM-12:00PM

                         1:00PM-4:00PM

Saturday-Sunday

Operations:  10:00AM-5:00PM

Timeslots:     10:00AM-1:00PM

                         2:00PM-5:00PM

Reservations

  • Reservations are encouraged for everyone in your party/group. Members and visitors will be able to purchase/reserve tickets for up to 8 people. 

  • Members no longer have to reserve tickets in advance. Please bring your membership card or ID upon entry.

  • We are offering three play sessions per available day, 

 

Prepare for Your Visit

  • Face coverings:  All visitors ages 2 and older will be required to wear a mask/face covering. Masks must be worn while inside the Museum during your play duration time. (Face shields are acceptable to those with health restrictions.)

  • Social Distancing: We encourage and promote social distancing  while playing on exhibits and exploring the Museum. We ask parents/adults to encourage children to wait their turn in line by following our floor decals or "waiting points" near each exhibit.

  • Food and Drinks: Temporarily food will not be allowed to be consumed inside the Museum, and we will limit the amount of tables available in our patio area. We will allow water bottles in the Museum, but ask all visitors to respect other parties and drink them at appropriate times and areas. Water fountains will be closed.

  • Our Welcome Center: All visitors will visit our Welcome Center before exploring the Museum. There is a handwashing station and a welcome video to watch upon entry. We encourage all guests to wash and sanitize their hands before, during and after playing in the Museum. 

  • Unaccompanied Adults: The Museum defines an accompanied adult as a caregiver who accompanies a child to the Museum. An unaccompanied adult is defined as any person over the age of 18 who is not accompanied by a child. For the safety and security of our visitors, the Museum only allows visits by unaccompanied adults on pre-arranged terms.

How can you help us?

  • Please do not visit the Children’s Museum if you or a member of your family is sick with flu-like symptoms. 

  • Please encourage your family to wash their hands and/or use the provided hand sanitizers before and after playing at the Children’s Museum.

  • Encourage your child to wash their hands for 20 seconds, the length of singing the Happy Birthday song twice.

  • If you notice that we are out of hand soap or sanitizer please let a Museum staff member know right away.

 
 

Museum Cleaning and Sanitation Procedures

  • Multiple hand sanitizer stations located throughout the Museum.

  • The Museum staff and volunteers, frequently clean exhibit surfaces, both affixed and loose pieces using disinfectant commonly used in the commercial and school settings. Paying close attention to commonly used areas (i.e. door handles, hand rails, knobs, buttons, etc). 

  • The Museum custodial team cleans and disinfects common areas (bathrooms, Art Studio, Birthday Party rooms, etc) to include mopping, vacuuming and other cleaning methods needed.

  • Small items such as blocks, play food, small plastic toys etc, are cleaned in house in our dishwasher, on a regular basis using a high temperature cycle. 

  • Our water table exhibit is treated with chlorine (similar to the care needed for a swimming pool) and is tested daily to assure the chemical balance is correct and safe. The water table is fully drained, disinfected and cleaned often.  The filters, panels, and screens are removed and disinfected. 

  • Deep cleanings of the Museum and exhibits  to include: above ground dusting, full removal of exhibit pieces for disinfecting, cleaning under the large vehicles,  and carpet cleaning, etc., are done during days that the Museum is closed to the public.

  • Museum Staff, board members and volunteers are required to stay home if they are feeling ill with flu-like symptoms.