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.