COVID-19 Safety Standards
All employees and visitors over the age of 2 are required to wear cloth face masks or coverings over their nose and mouth at all times while inside the museum. We offer disposable masks upon request to ensure everyone is covered and safe. We reserve the right to deny entry to guests or remove guests from our premises who do not wear facial coverings at all times. Guests who do not comply with the Museum’s safety standards and are asked to leave will not be eligible for a ticket refund.
HVAC Air Purification
The museum has installed the latest in HVAC purifying technology. Our Continuous Air and Surface Pathogen Reduction (CASPR) purifying system, creates an advanced oxidation process consisting of hydroperoxides, superoxide-ions, and a safe low-level ozone. Together, this process eliminates up to 99.96% of all airborne molds, bacteria and viruses.
The museum is continuously cleaned throughout each day and sanitized each night using high grade cleaning solutions such as Oxivirâ and Virexâ. Both cleaners are fast acting and proven to kill SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19 Virus).
We have installed touchless features in our bathrooms for your safety and convenience.
The Museum strictly adheres to capacity restrictions set forth by local government authorities which allows you to be socially distanced while inside the museum. Social distance floor stickers are spaced 6 feet apart throughout the museum.
All employees and visitors are required to have their body temperature checked before entering the museum. Anyone with a temperature above 100.4 degrees will be denied entry.
You are required to purchase tickets online with specific time slots to eliminate gatherings around our entrance and inside our museum lobby. Walk in tickets will be honored only if the guest count at the time falls within capacity restrictions. Please note that the best way to ensure your entrance is to buy online in advance of your arrival.
All ticket holders will receive an email on the day of their scheduled visit reminding them of our safety protocols and asking them to check for COVID-19 symptoms before coming to the museum. If symptoms exist, we ask that the person stay home and visit another day.
The museum layout considers traffic flow so you can explore our exhibits in one direction following clearly marked floor signs spaced 6 feet apart. Stanchions are also present to help keep you on your path and appropriately distanced.
Hand Sanitizing Stations
Stations are located throughout the museum so that you can keep your hands clean and disinfected as you experience each illusion. Gloves are also available for employees and guests.
See more about the Continuous Air and Surface Pathogen Reduction (CASPR) purifying system