We are taking several precautions to make sure that a Museum visit during these uncertain times will not adversely affect the health of our visitors:
- All public fixtures in the Museum (handrails, doorknobs, bathroom components, interactive exhibits) will be regularly and repeatedly sanitized on a daily basis
- All visitors to the Museum are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED to wear facemasks when social distancing is not a possibility.
- There will be numerous hand sanitizing stations set up on both floors and in multiple galleries of the Museum.
- To promote social distancing, Museum capacity will be much lower than it has been previously. That being said, we do not anticipate an overflow: 22,000 square feet is a lot of space in which to spread out and remain “socially distant”!
Of course, everyone is always welcome at the Northwest Montana History Museum. However, if you have a cough, a fever, or are just feeling under the weather, we kindly ask that you visit us some other time; not only for your own health but for the well-being of our staff and other supporters.