A new health directive allows for more indoor activities to reopen. They include:
- Indoor museums
- Indoor zoos
- Indoor aquariums
- Indoor art galleries
These facilities must submit a Health and Safety Plan to the Health Officer to reopen.
Allowed indoor museums can operate up to 25% capacity for each room
Everyone must be able to stay 6 feet apart at all times, including the elevators. Take the stairs if you can.
Limiting contact while visiting museums
The following will still be closed:
- Group reservations
- Guided tours
- Classes and events (including event rentals)
- Common areas (meeting rooms and lounge areas)
- Indoor cafes for dining in
- Coat checks
- Interactive exhibits that involve touching
- Water fountains
Bottle filling stations may still be available.
See what else to expect when visiting a business during the coronavirus pandemic.
Other reopening rules
Museums must follow rules for reopening indoor retail if reopening their gift shops.