NORFOLK, Va. — The Chrysler Museum of Art will reopen its doors to the public later this month.
Starting Saturday, June 20, everyone will be able to visit the museum. However, the facility has to limit the number of people inside to 25% capacity. Visitors will also have to adhere to some safety guidelines:
- Face Covering: Visitors ages 3 and up are required to wear a face covering for the safety of our visitors and staff and per Governor Ralph Northam’s mask mandate for the state of Virginia. Disposable masks will be available with a recommended donation of $2.
- Use the Marked Entrance: At the main entrance, one set of doors will be marked for “Entrance.”
- Reserve Your Ticket: The Museum will be using free timed tickets that stagger entry in half-hour increments. Tickets can be reserved at chrysler.org and by calling the Museum at (757) 664-6200.
Gallery hosts will monitor entries and exits, and if capacity allows, will grant entry to visitors without tickets. If the Museum is at capacity, a standby line will be established. Visitors will be required to stand 6 feet apart while they wait.
- Scan Tickets Upon Entry: Visitors will be able to scan their own tickets at the Welcome Desk. Admission continues to be free.
- Get a Visitor Guide: Visitor Guides will be available for pickup but will not be reused. A new digital version will be available for personal mobile devices.
- Stay Home if Sick: If prospective visitors are experiencing any signs of illness, the Museum encourages delaying their visit.
Members will be able to visit the museum from June 16 to June 19.
The Chrysler will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, between the hours of 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., only visitors ages 60 and up and those who are at higher risk for severe illness can visit.
You can learn more at The Chrysler Museum's website.