COVID-19 Safety Measures: What to Expect When Visiting
Welcome! We’ve focused on your safety, so you can focus on your experience.
The GTM cares deeply about the health and safety of its visitors and employees. We have taken the following measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure to you, other visitors, and our staff. Nonetheless, COVID-19 is very contagious and there is an inherent risk of exposure in any public environment where people are present. Those visiting the gallery do so at their own risk of exposure.
Maximize your enjoyment, and do your part to help keep each other safe by following our safety requirements. Please make sure to plan ahead and read Before Your Visit, During Your Visit, and Enhancing Your Visit below.
Before Your Visit
The gallery is open Monday–Sunday, 10 am–6 pm. The gallery is offering members-only hours on select Mondays, 6–8 pm.
Download our free Digital Guide, a part of the gallery app, to learn from curators and educators about our exhibitions, and to access safety information and additional exhibition content. Find it in Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Remember to bring your headphones. See Resources for Your Visit for more information.
Bring your three-ply face mask to keep yourself and one another safe.
All visitors over the age of two and all staff are required to wear a three-ply face mask at all times. Face masks must reach over your nose and mouth and be secured under your chin, completely covering your mouth and nostrils and fitting snugly against the sides of your face. The following masks are not permitted: any face mask that is not three-ply, bandanas, neck gaiters, and face masks with exhalation valves or vents. See CDC guidelines on how to wear a face mask.
Help prevent the spread of germs. Please wash your hands for twenty seconds and use hand sanitizer regularly during your visit. Hand-sanitizer dispensers are stationed throughout the gallery. Cover your cough.
By coming on-site, you agree to abide by these policies. For the safety and enjoyment of our community, we reserve the right to request that visitors who do not follow these safety measures leave the gallery.