THE ANCHORAGE MUSEUM REOPENS JUNE 5
When we reopen, our hours will be 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wed – Sat through June, with the discovery center and muse restaurant remaining closed
Timed entry only with pre-purchased/reserved tickets – No walk-ins
MEMBERS ALSO WILL NEED TO RESERVE TICKETS
How We Are Preparing to Reopen
We are committed to providing an environment that supports keeping our visitors and staff healthy and safe.
The museum will open in phases. Some parts, like the Discovery Center and Muse Restaurant, will remain closed until later phases, giving us time to prepare with recommended safety protocols so we can confidently support the safety and wellbeing of everyone in that space.
The museum is about 275,000 square feet on four levels, which allows for social distancing. Attendants will help remind people about physical distancing guidelines. Hand sanitizer will be available, as well.
Here’s what we’ll do to help keep everyone healthy throughout the museum
We will limit visitor capacity.
We will alter our hours of operation and be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday through June.
We will have timed-entry, pre-purchase tickets/reservations with online ticketing only, through anchoragemuseum.org.
We will clean and sanitize high-touch, high-traffic areas, with deep cleaning when the building is closed.
Staff will wear fabric face coverings. We will ask visitors also to do so.
We will encourage frequent hand washing and will provide hand-sanitizing stations throughout the museum.
Visits will be self-guided and visitors will follow physical distancing practices.
We will continue to offer Anchorage Museum from Home, including online exhibitions, virtual programming, and virtual First Fridays on our Facebook page.
We encourage everyone to be aware of COVID-19 symptoms and ask anyone feeling unwell to stay home.
Thank you for supporting the museum through the COVID-19 closure and beyond. We look forward to welcoming you back to the museum.
We rely on support from our community and you. Please consider making a donation to support the museum during this difficult time.