On Tuesday, March 16 the Wake Forest Historical Museum will reopen to the public; however, capacity will be limited to ten visitors at a time. All visitors over the age of 2 will be required to wear a cloth mask that covers their nose and mouth. We encourage anyone who is sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 to postpone their visit.
Health and Safety Measures
Cloth masks are required for staff and visitors over the age of 2.
Ten visitors will be allowed into the museum at a time. Please check-in at the front desk before viewing exhibit galleries.
Visitors are encouraged to maintain social distance with anyone outside their household while at the museum.
Staff will frequently clean exhibit galleries, restrooms, and doors.
Hand sanitizer will be available at museum entrances.
A plexiglass shield will be installed at the front desk.
Changes to Visitor Experience
Only the museum lobby and main gallery will be open to the public during visiting hours. The Calvin Jones House remains closed to visitors.
Visitors can view the museum’s orientation film online before they visit.
All lectures and special events will be held online. The museum cannot hold indoor meetings or events.
The museum will not be open Saturday-Monday, except for appointments scheduled and approved in advance.