Update: All outer buildings are now open with the exception of the Classic Car Club of America Museum
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COVID-19 Information

What Visitors Can Expect

Protecting the health and safety of employees, volunteers and visitors is our highest calling. This will be achieved through the implementation of screening, PPE (personal protective equipment), physical distancing, disinfecting, limitations in capacity, signage, physical barriers and single-flow routing to avoid clustering. The engagement and cooperation of our staff and visitors will be critical to this mission. Our ability to remain open relies on the cooperation of all to follow safety regulations and guidelines.

The following is a look at what to expect when visiting the Museum during these challenging times.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

By order of Michigan’s governor, all museum visitors age 5 and over are required to wear a face mask in all indoor spaces, and in outside venues at any posted “mask required” areas or any time social distancing of 6’ cannot be maintained at any area of the museum.

  • Masks (if you do not have your own) are $1 each and are available for purchase in the museum store.
  • Physical clear barriers have been installed in areas of high and close contact, i.e. admission, museum store and food counters.
  • Hand sanitizer and wipe stations are available for guests and located throughout the museum.

Social Distancing

  • Please follow posted signage to safely route you through the museum grounds.
  • Single use museum maps are available to guests.
  • It is recommended that you allow for 6 feet between yourself and others. In areas of congestion, markers will be on the floor.
  • Interactive exhibits that require touch are currently unavailable.

Food Service

  • Non-cash transactions are encouraged to limit contact.
  • Orders will be delivered by runners and on trays to limit contact.
  • Menus will be disposable and single use.
  • Cafe seating is available with limited capacity to account for social distancing.
  • Families may sit together.
  • Food service employees will wear gloves and face masks as well as engage in frequent hand washing and surface cleaning.