The Children's Museum of Cleveland reopens
The Children’s Museum of Cleveland (CMC) is now open to all guests including both members and nonmembers.
Upon reopening, CMC has limited attendance by opening up a limited amount of tickets daily, broken down hourly. Guests can stay as long as they’d like, but staggering the tickets will allow them to limit the number of new guests entering the Museum each hour. Tickets must be prepurchased online at cmcleveland.org. Members are free, but will also need to register for their visit online in advance so that they are able to keep a guest count.
A brief health screen and contactless temperature checks will be taken upon entry. All guests over the age of two will be required to wear a face mask or covering during their visit. All Museum staff will be required to wear face masks, and will undergo daily health screenings.
Spaces have been altered to encourage social distancing, which will also be encouraged by Museum staff and signage placed throughout the Museum. Exhibit props have been reduced to allow them to rotate them out with freshly cleaned and disinfected props throughout the day. Commonly touched surfaces such as elevator buttons, door knobs and handrails will be cleaned continuously throughout the day. A full deep clean, disinfecting of surfaces, and exchange of props will be conducted at the end of the day. All surfaces will be treated with EnviroShield as an added layer of protection.
Admission is $12. For more info call (216) 791-7114 or visit https://cmcleveland.org.