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Please Read Before Entering

Per State and local law, and CDC recommendations, the Museum is opening at a limited capacity and with additional precautions.  Groups of more than 10 are not allowed and we are currently requiring 20 minutes between group start times. We appreciate your patience as we safely re-open. 

Guidelines for Safely Exploring the History of Diving Museum

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Per applicable law, all visitors and staff members must wear a mask at all times.

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Please use the provided outside bin to dispose of food, drinks, and trash such as unwanted gloves or masks.

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Avoid touching your face and cover your coughs and sneezes with your elbow.

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Practice social distancing, keeping 6 feet from staff and other visitors.

Do not touch

Limit touch points, explore with your eyes

The Museum has significantly increased its sanitizing efforts. Please help us by doing your part, minimize risk by touching as little as possible in the Exhibits and Museum Store. Let us know if you see anything that makes you feel unsafe.  

Any unwanted retail items touched should be brought to the store associate for sanitizing.

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Stay home if...

  • You are feeling sick
  • You have been recently exposed to a sick individual.

We are here for our community in need.

The Museum is offering free admission for community members and their families who have been laid off or furloughed due to Covid-19. To learn how to receive this benefit, or how to support this initiative, email director@divingmuseum.org

We are in this together!

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