Chrysler Museum Covid FAQ
Updated July 1, 2021
We are excited to welcome you to the Chrysler Museum of Art!
Governor Ralph Northam lifted Virginia’s universal indoor mask mandate to align with new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday, May 14.
How should I prepare to visit the Museum and Glass Studio?
- Stay Home if Sick: If you’re experiencing any signs of illness, please delay your visit.
- Face Masks: If you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to wear a mask in the Museum or Glass Studio. If you are not fully vaccinated, you must wear a mask.
- Advance Tickets are no longer necessary. Please check-in with a Gallery Host at the Welcome Desk upon arrival.
- Use the Marked Entrance: At the main entrance, please only enter through the doors specified “Entrance.”
- Visitor Guide: Printed Visitor Guides are available for pickup at the Welcome Desk and will not be reused. A digital version of the Visitor Guide is also available for smartphones.
What safety precautions will the Museum implement?
- Employees who test positive for COVID-19, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or have had close contact with a person experiencing symptoms or diagnosed with COVID-19 are required to stay home for at least 14 days.
What spaces are closed currently?
- The Wonder Studio, the Museum’s interactive family gallery is closed. The Jean Outland Chrysler Reading Room will reopen on August 18.
Is the Museum restaurant open?
- Wisteria is open with Grab & Go options during Museum open hours, Wednesday–Sunday.
Can I visit the Museum Shop?
- The Museum Shop capacity is limited and guests are asked to swipe their own credit cards. If you prefer to shop online, visit shop.chrysler.org.
Are the restrooms open for use?
- Restrooms are open for use and sanitized multiple times per day.
Can I rent the Museum for events?
- The Museum will follow government recommendations for the size of gatherings.