INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Children’s Museum is set to open to the public on July 11.
On Monday, the museum opened up to members, donors, and Access Pass families only.
On July 11, the museum will be completely open for the public to enjoy with limited capacity. Advance tickets are required for all visitors. Reserve or buy tickets here.
“Your health and safety are our top priorities. While we’ve been apart, our staff has been working hard to prepare to welcome you back. In collaboration with an advisory council of scientists, physicians, and public health officials, we have implemented new policies and procedures to ensure a safe visit for your family.” said in a statement from the Museum.
Specific guidelines and requirements can be found on the museum’s website. Important guidelines to note are that everyone is expected to follow social distancing requirements. Face masks are required for all visitors ages 2 and older (unless medically unable to wear a mask). And, If you are not feeling well, please stay home. We will gladly exchange your ticket for a day when you feel better!
Some experiences will remain closed for your safety. This includes Playscape, the Children’s Museum Guild’s Fantasy Tree House of Sports, and the Corteva Agriscience ScienceWorks water table. Additionally, high-touch experiences throughout exhibits will be closed. To find out what’s different in your favorite exhibit click here.