Keeping you safe when you visit
At the Museum of Oxford, we want to keep all of our visitors, volunteers and staff as safe as possible. To do this we will still be asking visitors to wear a face covering (unless you are exempt) for the entirety of your visit. We are encouraging visitors to continue to observe social distancing where possible. We will continue to do this to keep visitors safe. Please respect staff and volunteers as they support you to follow this advice.
We will ensure the Museum of Oxford is thoroughly cleaned before and after each day to the highest standards, and keep hand sanitising stations located throughout the spaces for visitors to use.
So we can keep all visitors safe, we ask in return that:
- If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or have been asked to self-isolate, stay at home and do not visit us
- A quick and easy way to test people who have no symptoms are the lateral flow tests, more information and how to order them can be found on the government website here
- Use the hand sanitising stations whenever you pass them, including on entry and exit
- Please ensure that you wear a face covering when in the Museum unless you are exempt
- Follow instructions from staff and signage
- Try to maintain social distancing where possible
- Avoid touching surfaces where possible to reduce the cross-contamination risk. We have several interactive, hands-on exhibits in the Museum. We will be cleaning these frequently however you can help by using the hand sanitiser, wipes and other equipment
We are constantly reviewing how we keep you safe in the Museum and will be monitoring our guidance on a regular basis.