To ensure the health and safety of our visitors and to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, The Warhol has introduced a variety of new protocols in preparation for the re-opening of the museum to its members on June 26, 2020 and to the public on June 29, 2020.
Health and Safety
Nothing is more important that the health and safety of our community. The steps The Warhol is taking to be visitor-ready include: requiring visitors and staff to wear masks and practice safe social distancing; limiting the number of visitors to 15% of the building capacity at any one time; the use of timed ticketing for all visitors, including members; enhanced cleaning protocols; marked foot-traffic patterns in high-traffic areas; the modification of interactive exhibitions and increased hand sanitizer stations; and the installation of plexiglass shields at visitor service desks and in office spaces.
For your safety and the safety of those around you, all visitors age 3 years and over are required to wear masks over the nose and mouth. All museum staff and volunteers will be wearing masks, too. Let’s all follow this important CDC Guideline to protect ourselves and each other. If you can’t wear a mask due to a medical condition, please see a visitor services representative at the museum admissions desk.
Please note: We reserve the right to require that visitors who do not follow posted safety guidelines or instructions from our staff will be asked to leave the premises. Failure to comply with this policy or rude or aggressive behavior will not be tolerated. Please see our Visitor Conduct Policy for more information.
The Warhol Store will be open using the same safety guidelines and the re-opening date for The Warhol Cafe will be announced when restrictions due to COVID-19 virus have been lifted.
Note: Please check this page for the most current information about our operations.