Reopening of the Tulare Historical Museum to the Public
Our priority is the health and safety of our employees, visitors, and volunteers. Important Health and Safety Guidelines for Covid-19 safety.
We are monitoring federal, state, county and local government policy directives, as well as Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and Occupational and Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) recommendations, and other public health advancements. If necessary, we will continue to make changes and adjustments to our protocols and procedures.
Protocols and Procedures
For the comfort of all of our guests and volunteers, wearing a face-covering is optional for the their visit. Visitors must sanitize their hands immediately upon entry and maintain 6 feet of distance between themselves and any person not in their party. Persons visiting the Museum as a group are limited to no more than 6 persons in their party. A maximum of 30 visitors per hour are allowed through the exhibit halls.
The Tulare Historical Museum is adhering to all health screening procedures and cleaning and disinfecting protocols set forth by the County of Tulare, California Department of Public Health, and the CDC.
To Help Maintain Physical Distance
Allow guests to self-police within the Museum.
Limit the number of visitors in the Museum as follows:
30 people at any one time
The frequency of cleaning and sanitizing will be increased in all public spaces with an emphasis on frequent contact surfaces. Cleaning will be done during the day, almost continuously when the museum is open to the public.