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At the Museum of Science, the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, and visitors is our number one priority. The Museum has developed a new set of routines and requirements to help ensure we do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19.
A visit to the Museum should be an enjoyable and memorable experience. To preserve that opportunity, we expect everyone to be respectful of each other, and be considerate of the multitude of views and opinions that are different from your own.
By reserving tickets and visiting the Museum of Science, you are agreeing to comply with the following requirements for visitor conduct.
If you or anyone in your party is experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have recently been in contact with someone confirmed or suspected of having COVID-19, please stay home.
Face coverings are required for all visitors 2 years of age and older.
Face coverings remain one of the best ways to prevent virus transmission. The CDC recommends wearing masks indoors for everyone in public areas of substantial or high transmission as well as for the protection of those who are at a “higher risk."
Due to current COVID conditions and for the safety of everyone the Museum requires that all visitors 2 years of age and older wear a face covering/mask during your Museum visit.
Your mask should cover your nose and mouth at all times except when actively eating and drinking in designated areas.
If you need to replace your mask while onsite, complimentary disposable masks are available at the Information Desk and box office or reusable masks are available for purchase in the Museum store.
We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone. The Museum does not tolerate discrimination or any form of unlawful harassment, including but not limited to sexual harassment. Accordingly, the Museum absolutely prohibits harassment or discrimination based on ability, age, color, ethnicity, race, family or marital status, sex, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, pregnancy and related medical conditions, language, national origin, political affiliation, religion, socioeconomic status, veteran status, health status, and other dimensions of diversity.